Sharon Spiegelman

About Sharon Spiegelman One Good Deed Program Manager

Since its inception in 2005, Sharon Spiegelman has been instrumental in establishing One Good Deed, and has worked for the past 11 years nurturing and growing it from a small grass roots organization to a thriving community resource.

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Since its inception in 2005, Sharon Spiegelman has been instrumental in establishing One Good Deed, and has worked for the past 11 years nurturing and growing it from a small grass roots organization to a thriving community resource. Under Sharon’s leadership, OGD matches volunteers with older adults with the goal of enhancing quality of life for both them and their families, alleviating loneliness with regular friendly visits. In 2019, Sharon won the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta's Max and Mary London People Power Award for her work in creating the One Good Deed program.In addition to overseeing the program, Sharon directs fundraising, marketing, the advisory committee and reporting for the program. Sharon has established a high standard for making the “perfect” match including meeting and interviewing each recipient and volunteer to determine their unique needs and personality. She also makes much-needed referrals, utilizing knowledge of community resources to help older adults remain in their own home by addressing safety, health and other well-being issues. Her professional and nonprofit experience includes years in customer service, real estate and volunteer activities, that along with life experience, provide her with both knowledge and an empathetic perspective in making the program most effective. “I am passionate about making a difference in the lives of older adults – one match at a time. I love learning from their wisdom and experience and touching as many lives as I can.”

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