Our compassionate staff fulfills the needs of a diverse population by planning creative programs and courses that enrich the lives of older adults and enhanced well-being.
Moriah SimonHazaniExecutive Director firstname.lastname@example.org Golden Slipper Gems
In October 2021 Moriah became the Executive Director of Golden Slipper Gems. Moriah joined Golden Slipper Gems in 2016 as the Program Director of Golden Slipper Gems on the Main Line. She enjoys researching new and interesting topics to bring to the audience and is looking forward to growing with Golden Slipper Gems and developing new ventures. A native of Israel, Moriah emigrated to the US in 2003 and since then has been deeply involved in the domestic Jewish community. She is an ordained Conservative Rabbi, holds a B.A. of Psychology and Bible from Bar Ilan University, and a Master’s Degree in Jewish Studies from the University of Pennsylvania.
Orit DolgushevProgram Manager - Main Line email@example.com Main Line
Orit Dolgushev is the Manager of the Main Line program.
She was born in the former Soviet Union, grew up in Israel, and emigrated to Chicago in 2001. Orit has a Master’s Degree in Social Work and for the past 12 years, worked for various non-profit organizations in the greater Philadelphia area. Most recently she has worked in a multilingual senior center in Northeast Philly and HIAS PA.
Some of her hobbies include playing tennis, reading, and traveling. Orit looks forward to being a part of Gems and bringing superb speakers to the older adult population as well growing the Main Line cohort.Email Orit
Greta WrigleyDirector: Gems - Bucks County Gwrigley@goldenslipper.org Bucks County
Greta Wrigley is the Program Director of the Bucks County program. A University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate, she began her career in the nonprofit sector fundraising for an umbrella organization that raised money for women and children. Greta transitioned into the private sector in New York City and worked for international law firms in the areas of business development, marketing and communications. Most recently, she served on the Communications Task Force and the Strategic Planning Committee at Beth Sholom Congregation. Greta is a proud mother of four sons, treasures time with her family, and has a passion for ballet and Wisconsin college football. She looks forward to growing the cultural and educational programming for the older adult population in Bucks County.