Rochelle Nason

Executive Director of Congregation Netivot Shalom; also Coordinator of Jewish Family and Children’s Services (JFCS) meal program, arranging for meals to be delivered to local Holocaust survivors and other elders.

In recent years, I have maintained a law practice serving mainly seniors and nonprofit organizations, and have also served as Interim Director of Refugee and Immigrant Services for JFCS.

Before joining Netivot Shalom, Executive Director Rochelle Nason led the League to Save Lake Tahoe, the conservation group known by the motto “Keep Tahoe Blue.” She currently serves on the Albany City Council, the Advisory Board of Elected Officials to Citizens for East Shore Parks, and the Board of Directors of Chaparral House (a not-for-profit long term care and skilled nursing facility), where she volunteers as an Erev Shabbat service leader. She also volunteers with the Commission for the Preservation of Pioneer Jewish Cemeteries and Landmarks in the West. She recently served Jewish Family & Community Services as Interim Director of Refugee and Immigrant Services and as coordinator of its meal program for Holocaust Survivors, A lawyer by training, she has taught college courses in ethics, business law, and environmental aspects of land use policy, and maintained a law practice serving seniors and nonprofit organizations.