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The Detroit Jewish News, 2008-06-19

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emocrat Ellen Cogen Lipton
has announced her candi-
dacy for state representative
in Michigan's 27th House District
(Huntington Woods, Ferndale, Oak
Park, Berkley,
Pleasant Ridge and
Hazel Park).
The practicing
patent attorney
is a Harvard Law
graduate and holds
a bachelor's degree
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Ellen Cogen
in chemistry from
Lipton
Williams College
in Williamstown,
Mass. She lives in Huntington Woods
with her husband, Marc, and their two
children.
She has raised more than $70,000
for her campaign. State Sen. Gilda
Jacobs, D-Huntington Woods, and
County Commissioners Helaine Zack,
David Woodward and David Coulter
have endorsed her.
Lipton believes Michigan should
lead the way in biomedical research
through policies that attract lead-
ers in this emerging industry; create

new high-paying jobs for Michigan
families; and bring hope to individuals
with chronic illnesses.
She serves as president of the
Michigan Ambassadors for the
Weizmann Institute of Science in
Rehovot, Issrael. She lectures for Mich-
igan Citizens for Stem Cell Research
and Cures. Gov. Granholm appointed
her to the State Board of Accountancy.
Locally, she created the Berkley
Educational Foundation's annual Read
in the Park event and is a third-term
member of the Huntington Woods
Zoning Board of Appeals.
She volunteers for the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit's
steering committee for the Class of a
Million. She serves on the boards for
the Shalom Street Museum at the West
Bloomfield JCC and for Federation's
Community Services Division.
Lipton is a member of the sister-
hood and social action committee
at Temple Emanu-El in Oak Park,
and serves on Jewish Home and
Aging Services' Board of Program for
Holocaust Survivors. Her Web site is
www.VoteForEllen.org . ❑

AJC Official To Keynote
American Jewish Committee
Metropolitan Detroit Chapter will host
its annual meeting on Wednesday,
June 25, 7:30 p.m. at the Max M.
Federation Building, 6735 Telegraph
Road in Bloomfield Township.
Jason Isaacson, director of
AJC's Office of Governmental and
International Affairs, will be the key-
note speaker for the meeting. He over-
sees AJC's international offices and
directs AJC's consultations throughout
the Middle East, North Africa, and
Europe. He also serves as director of

AJC's Asia and Pacific Rim Institute.
The meeting is open to AJC mem-
bers and the general community and
will offer the chance to review and
learn about the local, national and
international activities of American
Jewish Committee. Preceding
Isaacson's talk, a board elections and
a short business meeting will be held.
The meeting chair is Robert Labe,
chapter vice president.
There is no charge to attend the
meeting but reservations are required.
For reservations, call the AJC office,
(248) 646-7686.

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