Baroness Julia Neuberger

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"Baroness Julia Neuberger DBE was Britain’s second female rabbi, and the first to lead a synagogue on her own. She served the South London Liberal Synagogue for 12 years, before going to the King's Fund Institute as a visiting fellow, to work on research ethics committees in the United Kingdom.

"She has previously been chair of Camden and Islington Community Health Services Trust and became Chief Executive of the King's Fund until 2004. She served as a civil service commissioner and was a member of the Committee on Standards in Public Life. Baroness Neuberger was made a DBE in the New Year’s Honours List of 2004, and in June 2004 she was created a life peer. In 2007 she was appointed the prime minister’s champion for volunteering, a post she relinquished in early June 2009."[1]


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