Although hard work and dedication remain at the core of her success, she is gratified to be in a position to make a notable difference in the Jewish community.
MARIETTA, GA, August 17, 2022 / Kaylene Ladinsky has been included in Marquis Who’s Who. As in all Marquis Who’s Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all taken into account during the selection process.
Ms. Ladinsky is the editor and managing publisher for the Atlanta Jewish Times. Additionally, she acts as the chief operating officer of the Atlanta Jewish Life Foundation, a nonprofit that was established to foster a sense of community for the Jewish population of Atlanta through the support of local synagogues, affiliated nonprofits, and cultural events. Earlier in her career, she gained valuable experience in business as the owner and president of Atlanta’s Impress Express.
Gleaning inspiration from her father and brother, both of whom are involved in law enforcement, Ms. Ladinsky was naturally drawn to public service. This draw was further encouraged during the Gaza War, at which time Ms. Ladinsky desired to advocate for democracy and freedom in the Middle East. To that end, she founded Americans United with Israel to organize impactful support initiatives. Ms. Ladinsky has lobbied in the state of Tennessee for a joint resolution of pro-Israel support, which was voted on in the Senate. Additionally, she obtained a proclamation of pro-Israel support from Georgia governor, Mr. Nathan Deal.
Ms. Ladinsky earned an Associate of Science in criminal justice from Iowa Community College and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Northwestern University. She achieved a psychology certification from the Universal Institute and various certifications from the American Medical Billing Association, the Federal Reserve System, and the Federal Trade Commission. In an effort to remain engaged with her industry and community, Ms. Ladinsky maintains membership with the American Jewish Press Association and the National Newspaper Association. She also contributed to the editorial, “Black Lives Matter vs. All Lives Matter.”
In recognition of her outstanding work, Ms. Ladinsky is very proud to have received several Simon Rockower Jewish Journalism Awards; including first place for this year’s general excellence award for Best Jewish Newspaper in America, as well as the Unwavering and Faithful Friendship to Israel Award from the Consulate General of Israel. Although hard work and dedication remain at the core of her success, she is gratified to be in a position to make a notable difference in the Jewish community. Looking toward the future, she aims to improve and expand the online presence of the Atlanta Jewish Times to reach a broader audience.
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