Yeva has worked at SJCC for 17 years. She holds an MSW from Adelphi University. She speaks both Russian and English to better serve her clients. She specializes in advocacy to help our clients.
Inna has been at SJCC since 2015 after doing her MSW internship at the agency. She got her MSW degree at Fordham University. Inna is from the Ukraine. She Now helps older adults in practical ways and works specifically on SJCCs Holocaust Survivor programing.
Bela came to New York from Minsk, Belarus 27 years ago and joined Shorefront JCC in 2001.
She earned her diploma from Foreign Language college in Minsk. Bela speaks English, German, Russian, Belorussian and Yiddish.
She received social services education at the Institute for Children and Families in New York, and has also received training certificates from Department for the Aging.
Bela runs SJCC’s Homebound case Management program and helps clients
in their homes with all the services that they would be able to obtain in our office.
Magda came to the United States from Ukraine in 1977. She has a Masters Degree in Language and Literature from Uzhgorod University. Magda speaks Russian and English and is able to help SJCC clients with translations.
“I had an issue that I was not able to resolve. I was being double charged by two different communication companies for the same service and I was not able to get the issue taken care of on my own. I went to my case worker at SJCC who helped me file a complaint with the FCC. Three weeks later I got a refund for the amount I was over charged. I would never have been able to file this complaint without my case worker’s help.”