Recognition by NYC Comptroller Acknowledges Life of Service to Jewish Community, New York City
Philip Goldfeder, assistant vice president for government affairs at Yeshiva University and former New York State Assemblyman, was recently honored at the Jewish Heritage and Culture Celebration hosted by New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer. The evening recognized Goldfeder’s commitment to the Jewish community and the people of New York City, as well as his contributions to both over the course of his career in public service.
“Scott Stringer has been a role model for service and is one of the hardest-working elected officials in the city,” said Goldfeder. “His recognition is particularly humbling and special. I also want to thank [YU General Counsel and Vice President for Legal Affairs] Avi Lauer and the YU students that came to support me and share in this momentous occasion.”