The board of North Shore Soup Kitchen (NSSK) and NOSH, a program of NSSK, has elected Christine Rice to lead the organization. Madeline Rubenstein, chair for the past four years stated: “Christine Rice is the perfect person to lead the next chapter in this organization’s long 32-year life. I can only imagine the wonderful things the organization will accomplish under Christine’s capable guidance.” The NSSK/NOSH board also announced that eight additional board members have been elected to office.
NSSK/NOSH’s New Chairwoman
Christine Rice grew up with her nine siblings in Garden City and continues to reside in that community. She brings to her new role at NSSK a wealth of personal and professional experience which includes having been primary caretaker for her mother, who had been diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s disease, and her father, who died in 2013. She went on to serve the Long Island Alzheimer’s and Dementia Center as director of special events and community outreach. In 2019, Rice was named executive director of the Glen Cove Senior Center. The mother of two adult children, Rice received a bachelor’s degree from Catholic University of America in Washington D.C. and a master’s degree from Adelphi University in Garden City.
NSSK/NOSH’s Newest Board Members
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