Amy Schultz was unanimously selected as the 2019-2020 Beth Shalom Sisterhood Past Presidents’ Leadership Recognition Award Honoree. This award will be presented at the Torah Fund luncheon on April 14. The Past Presidents have inspired and motivated many women into assuming leadership responsibilities. The award was established in 1989.
Amy Schultz is the current Sisterhood VP of Education. In that role she is the project chair for the Peltzman Educational Series and Sisterhood Shabbat. She also serves on various Sisterhood committees. Amy also serves on Beth Shalom’s Ritual Committee and plays an active role in High Holiday planning. She serves as a Beth Shalom Mashgiach and regularly participates in the Kiddush Corps. She enjoys her volunteer work at Safe Home, with the Lechem committee, and at HBHA. She also enjoys helping in the Rose Family Early Childhood Education Center and at Polsky Religious School. She is also a member of NCJW and Hadassah and a committee board member of Vaad HaKashruth.
Amy is a graduate of the University of Kansas where she earned a degree from the School of Social Work. She worked many years at Social Work p.r.n. as the Social Work Administrator/ Co-Coordinator and at Sasone as a para-professional. She has worked with children in religious schools at synagogues in Kansas City for 30 years, 25 of which have been at Beth Shalom. She has had many adult Jewish educational experiences. She studied at The Center for Technology in Tel Aviv, is a Melton graduate, and is a Kohelet Fellowship graduate from Yeshiva University’s Jewish Learning Institute.
Amy is a fourth generation Beth Shalom member. She grew up at Beth Shalom, attending the preschool and religious school, celebrated her Bat Mitzvah, and participated in Confirmation. Amy and Eric Schultz were married at Beth Shalom and are the proud parents of two children, Jared and Nina. Along with receiving a lovely certificate, Amy will attend an IntraContinental Regional Conference.
Wednesday, January 25-25 - 12:00 am
Wednesday, March 22-15 - 12:00 am
Monday, March 27-4 - 12:00 am
Tuesday, March 28 - 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm