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June 19, 1992 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-06-19

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Denise Alexander
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enise Alexander,
Southfield City
Council member and
executive director for the
state's Domestic Violence
Prevention and Treatment
Division, is moving to Wash-
ington, D.C., in July to work
for the U.S. Department of
Housing and Urban Devel-
opment.
Ms. Alexander, 40, re-
signed this week from both
positions. She will leave the
city council and the Depart-
ment of Social Services job,
which was a gubernatorial
appointment, at the end of
the month.
In her new job, Ms. Alex-
ander will become deputy
assistant secretary of corn-
munity and development for
HUD, which is headed by
Jack Kemp. She will work
for Randall Erben, one of
seven assistant secretaries
to Mr. Kemp.
"I've always had an inter-
est in working for HUD,"
Ms. Alexander said. "This

was good timing and a
perfect match."
About a month ago, Ms.
Alexander received a phone
call from the White House
liaison for HUD, who told
her a job had opened within
the department. She then
flew to Washington for
interviews.

On Friday, she was
notified that her paperwork
had received final approval
from the White House, she
said.
Since she was appointed
1 1/2 years ago by Gov. John
Engler to head the domestic
violence division, which ad-
ministers grants and pro-
vides monitoring for 42 do-
mestic violence shelters for
battered women and chil-
dren, Ms. Alexander has
commuted daily to Lansing.
She wanted to retain her
Southfield residency to re-
main on the city council.

Applications are available
until July 15 from anyone who
wishes to fill Ms. Alexander's
vacancy. The term expires in
November '93.



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Photo by Robert Citrin

Judge Charles L. Levin of the Michigan Supreme Court, left, and
Jewish Historical Society of Michigan President Gilbert Borman,
right, presented the second Leonard N. Simons History Award to
Judge Avern Cohn at the annual luncheon meeting of the historical
society, held last week at Wayne State University.
The meeting followed the dedication of the Jewish Community
Archives, cosponsored by the Jewish Federation and the Jewish
Historical Society, at the Reuther Library of Urban Affairs. Included
in the archives is the Philip Slomovitz Collection, documenting the
longtime local and international involvement of The Jewish News'
editor emeritus.
During the meeting, Gilbert Borman was reelected president of
the historical society, and the following officers were elected:
Gertrude Edgar, vice president; Benno Levi, treasurer; Aimee Ergas
Shwayder, secretary. Sarah Bell, Laura Berman, Dr. Sidney
Bolkosky, Judith Levin Cantor, Miriam Cohen, James D. Grey, Linda
Lee, Harriet Siden, Robert E. Steinberg and Lee Waldbott were
elected to the board of directors.

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