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September 08, 1989 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-08

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plan and Cohen helped
design.
The
Federation's
demographic study commit-
tee, chaired by Stuart Hert-
zberg, and its planning
department, headed by Larry
Ziffer, are directing Cohen's
and Ukeles' efforts.

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Jacob B. (Jack) Ukeles has
been studying people from
both the practical and
theoretical sides for more
than 25 years.
As executive director of
the Mayor's Management
Advisory Board, he was one
of the key players who led
New York City out of its
financial crisis of the
mid-1970s. Ukeles
established performance-
based management control
systems for the 30 mayoral
agencies and helped achieve
workforce reductions totall-
ing 60,000 jobs with
minimal service cutbacks.
As executive director for
community services of New
York's Federtion of Jewish
Philanthropies from
1981-85, Ukeles managed
the allocation of $45 million
annually to 30 non-profit
health and human service
agencies.
Ukeles is a graduate of
Brooklyn College and the
University of Pennsylvania.
He studied for a year at
Israel's Bar-Ilan University
in 1955 and was a Fulbright
Fellow in India in 1962.
He rose to the rank of

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According to their descrip-
tions of each other, Cohen is
the expert on design of ques-
tions, sampling "and what we
currently know about Jewish
identity" Ukeles' expertise is
in the relationship between
policy and data, and "what
are the important questions."

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Jack Ukeles

deputy director of the New
York City planning depart-
ment, was a model cities
program consultant with
the U.S. Department of
Health, Education and
Welfare and has taught at
Columbia and Penn.
Ukeles was founding
chairman of urban affairs
and policy analysis at the
New School for Social
Research. He opened his
consulting firm, Ukeles

Associates, in 1985 and con-
tinues as an adjunct pro-
fessor at Columbia's School
of International and Public
Affairs.
Steven Cohen earned his
bachelor's and doctorate at
Columbia and has taught at
Brandeis, Hebrew Universi-

Steve Cohen

ty, Queens College, Yale and
the Jewish Theological
Seminary.
He has written seven
books, ranging from The
Jewish Family: Myths and
Reality
to
American
Assimilation or Jewish
Revival?
Cohen is often a controver-
sial speaker, using his
research data to puncture
long-held beliefs in the
Jewish community. At the
Council of Jewish Federa-
tions General Assembly in
New Orleans last fall, he
gave a controversial and
audience-contested speech
questioning the necessity
for having so many Jewish
agencies and resources com-
batting anti-Semitism in
the United States.
He recently completed
"Ties and Tensions: An Up-
date," a 1989 survey of
American Jewish attitudes
toward Israel and Israelis,
for the American Jewish
Committee.
Cohen lives in New
Haven, Conn., with his wife
and two children and serves
on the boards of the Na-
tional Foundation for
Jewish Culture, the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency and the
New Haven Jewish
Federation.

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