The Anti-Defamation League has officially selected David M. Grossman as the new board chairman and Debbie Shalom and Harvey Wolkoff as vice chairpersons, for its New England Region.
Grossman, Shalom and Wolkoff are long-time supporters of ADL and its core mission, bringing legal and business experience to the organization.
Grossman is co-president of Grossman Marketing Group, having assumed leadership of the family business in 2011 along with his brother, Ben. At GMG, Grossman specializes in marketing execution for professional services firms, sports teams, venture-backed startups and institution-sized nonprofit organizations. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Princeton University, and lives in Chestnut Hill with his wife, Mary Jo Sisk, and their three children.
Shalom is a marketing director of Newmarket Properties, Ltd. She is a second-generation ADL Regional Board member who serves as co-chairwoman of the Development Committee and offers countless hours of her time to ADL’s regional events and programs. Shalom received her bachelor of science from Syracuse University, and currently lives in Brookline with her husband, Neal, and two daughters.