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May 2012 Workplace
May 1st, 2012
Ruth Eglash was recently appointed The Jerusalem Post’s first social media editor and the newspaper’s deputy managing editor. She is now responsible for expanding the historic newspaper’s reach and influence on social media networks.
She continues to write about social welfare issues, covering subjects such as human trafficking, integration of Israel’s new immigrants, and the rights of women, minorities, and people with disabilities.
Eglash has worked at the Postsince 1999 and held a variety of jobs, including arts and entertainment editor from 2001 to 2006.
She grew up in London, England, and graduated from the University of Leeds. She moved to Israel in 1994. She also spent two years in the U.S. and was assistant editor at The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle from 1998-99.
She is married to Milwaukee-native Michael Eglash, and they have three children.
Milwaukee attorney Gregg Herman of Loeb & Herman, S.C., has been named to a three-year term as the Wisconsin representative on the board of governors of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.
Herman is a certified specialist in family law trial advocacy by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. He is a past chair of the American Bar Association’s Family Law Section and a past president of the Milwaukee Bar Association.
Loeb & Herman, S.C. practices exclusively family law and is editor of the System Book of Family Law, published by the State Bar of Wisconsin.
Milwaukee psychiatrist H. Steven Moffic, M.D., of the Medical College of Wisconsin will be doing a third regular blog for a national media group.
This one will be “Sad in Psychiatry” for the website Mad in America. It will discuss the current concerns for long-term usage of psychiatric medication.
He is also planning a series on “The Biblical Joseph and Modern Psychiatrists.”
The other blogs Moffic does are “Crisis on the Couch” for Psychiatric Times, and “On Your Best Behavior” for Behavioral Healthcare.