B’nai Brith Canada Welcomes Abe Silverman as New Manager of Public Affairs in Alberta

Abe Silverman (centre) with filmmaker Ian Halperin and B'nai Brith CEO Michael Mostyn.

EDMONTON – B’nai Brith Canada is proud to announce that Abe Silverman has joined the organization as Manager of Public Affairs in Alberta.

Silverman will be based in Edmonton, where he will be building relationships and effectively promoting B’nai Brith Canada’s mandate of combating antisemitism and empowering the grassroots Jewish community throughout the province.

Silverman has a long history of active participation in the Canadian Jewish community. Amongst his many roles, he has served as president of the Edmonton Jewish Federation, Edmonton ZOC, JNF Edmonton and the BB Canada Edmonton Flight College. He also was a board member for Edmonton Talmud Torah, Camp BB, Jewish Family Service and UIA Canada.

Silverman also has extensive experience in education, having spent the past 15 years teaching classes and lecturing in universities, churches, service clubs and business associations about topics such as the Holocaust and Israel.

“We’re thrilled to have Abe join the B’nai Brith Family,” said Michael Mostyn, Chief Executive Officer of B’nai Brith Canada. “Abe’s experience and passion for the betterment of the Canadian Jewish community along with with B’nai Brith’s goal of re-establishing a strong presence in Western Canada make for an exciting combination and a bright future in the region.”

Abe can be reached at asilverman@bnaibrith.ca

2 Comments on "B’nai Brith Canada Welcomes Abe Silverman as New Manager of Public Affairs in Alberta"

  1. john s dubourt | Sep 21, 2018 at 9:48 am | Reply

    Nice article. Hope to have him come & speak to our community.
    When did Mr. Silverman come on board with B’Nai Brith (what year)?
    i have had the pleasure of meeting him & have enjoyed our conversations.

  2. Abe unfortunately I didn’t get a chance to talk to you before you left I thoroughly enjoyed your talk and I would like you to email me if possible HELLO to Toby

    MARY Libin

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