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WJCS NEW BOARD MEMBER

Dean Howell, managing director at Deloitte, has joined Westchester Jewish Community Services (WJCS) Board of Directors, one of the largest human service agencies in Westchester County located in White Plains. Howell has worked at Deloitte since 2016 and focuses on helping higher education and government clients transform in a digital, cloud-enabled world. 

Previously, Howell worked at IBM, AT&T and Oracle in a variety of technical-solution engineering roles. He has worked with Westchester and New York City high school students, mentoring and inspiring their interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) while promoting the importance of higher education in their future.  

Dean Howell

In welcoming Howell WJCS CEO Seth Diamond said, “He brings a lifelong commitment to strengthening the nonprofit community and improving the lives of Westchester residents.” 

Howell said, “As a Yonkers resident for 45-plus years, seeing the impact and work WJCS does in my community inspired me to action. For almost 80 years, WJCS programs and services have been impacting the lives of individuals who are struggling in Westchester. I am excited about contributing to the continued fulfillment and expansion of its mission.”

Howell earned his MBA and Bachelor of Science degrees from Manhattan College.

Founded in 1943, WJCS is one of the largest nonsectarian, not-for-profit human services agencies in Westchester County. It provides services each year to 20,000 Westchester residents, of all ages and backgrounds to help them overcome life challenges and achieve personal success. 

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