Liz Dunst

Liz Dunst is a long-time member of Temple Sinai, DC, where she served on the Board for many years, was the President of the Temple, and has just returned as the Treasurer  of the Congregation. Liz served as the Chair of the Social Action Committee of the Congregation and is particularly honored to have been the Chair when we established Sinai House, a transitional facility for the homeless in the DC area.

Liz serves on the Board of the Union for Reform Judaism, having previously served  of the Oversight Committee and have served as a Vice-Chair of the URJ. She has served in many capacities, including the Development Committee, the Budget Committee, the Strategic Planning Committee of the Oversight Committee, the Investment Committee, and representing the URJ on the Board of Governors of the Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion.

Liz is currently the Chair of the Commission on Social Action of the Reform Movement which assists in establishing the Social Action agenda of The Religious Action Center and The URJ.

Liz is a supporter of a variety of US based Jewish social justice organizations that focus on the issues that are of most concern to me which are income inequality, voter rights and racial justice (other than of course the Religious Action Center and Bend the Arc) -- including Jews United for Justice in the DC Area, and JOIN in Boston. Liz is Of Counsel to the law firm of Hogan Lovells where she was a partner for 25 years after having been a government lawyer.