July 8, 2021 – Ulmer & Berne LLP is pleased to share that Partner Jodi Rich has been appointed to the Board of Trustees of Park Synagogue, a 152-year-old Jewish congregation based in Pepper Pike, Ohio. In her role on the Board, Rich will use her experience as an active and lifelong third-generation congregant and volunteer to help the synagogue as it works to provide its members opportunities for reflection, celebration, and community.
Rich is a partner in Ulmer’s Cleveland office where she focuses her practice on real estate law. With more than 20 years of experience, Rich assists clients with matters involving all types of commercial properties with a particular emphasis on addressing the legal needs of clients in the retail, restaurant, and hospitality industries. She represents a wide variety of clients in commercial real estate transactions, including buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants, borrowers, and lenders in the acquisition, sale, development, leasing, and financing of commercial properties.
Committed to the practice and development of real estate law and to her local community, Rich is a member of several bar associations and the Cleveland Chapter of Commercial Real Estate Women. In addition to her work with Park Synagogue, Rich also serves on the Board of Trustees of the Cleveland Restoration Society, a nonprofit that works to revitalize Cleveland’s diverse communities, strengthen the regional economy, and enhance quality of life in Northeast Ohio.
About Park Synagogue
One of the oldest Jewish congregations in Ohio, Park Synagogue is devoted to Jewish culture and learning and strives to be a place where every congregant can feel comfortable along his or her own personal life journey. Offering intellectual vigor coupled with the warmth of family, Park Synagogue allows congregants to connect with others and enhance their connection to Judaism. Whether through song or study, or public celebration or private reflection, Park Synagogue believes a congregation should bring together people of all ages for a shared experience. For more information, please visit parksynagogue.org.