The IPPF is pleased to welcome the newest member to our Board of Directors. Mindy Unger is a mother of three children, ages 19, 16, and 9 and is actively engaged in a number of philanthropic activities.
Mindy graduated from Binghamton University in 1982 with a B.S. in Accounting and received her CPA. She was an Auditor with Deloitte Haskins and Sells (now Deloitte and Touche), a Vice President at First Chicago and the Director of Accounting at Clarendon Ltd.
As a Board Member of Bet Torah, where she is currently Chair of the Ways and Means Committee, Mindy is responsible for more than doubling the fundraising efforts of previous years. She is a founding and active member of the Neshamot Fund, a Westchester Women’s Impact Philanthropy Group. She is also actively involved in various volunteer positions, from monthly visits to the Pleasantville Cottage School, a residential treatment center caring for 200 emotionally troubled youngsters, to being treasurer for multiple school plays.
Mindy is excited about using her financial, organizational, and fundraising skills to benefit the IPPF. Having the disease herself, she is most anxious for the IPPF to continue developing educational programs and research efforts.