Ed Baumstein, CPA
Chairman and Founder; CEO and President Emeritus | SolomonEdwards
Ed Baumstein is the Chairman and Founder, as well as the CEO and President Emeritus, of SolomonEdwards – a national professional services firm focused on strategy execution. By providing exceptional people for complex situations, the firm delivers subject matter expertise, applies proven project delivery models, and designs custom solutions with a focus in the areas of Accounting & Finance, Business & Technology Transformation, Governance, Risk & Compliance, and Transaction & Regulatory Advisory Services. SolomonEdwards operates from offices strategically located in thriving U.S. markets, to serve domestic and multinational clients in a variety of industries. With over 35 years of expertise in the finance and accounting professional services industry, Ed is active in the Greater Philadelphia business and philanthropic community.
Julie and Dan Mozes
Julie and Dan Mozes are lifelong members of the Philadelphia Jewish community, growing up in Lower Merion and Fairmount. They are surrounded by family and friends who instilled the importance of Judaism, community, family and giving back, including involvement in organizations like Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia and HIAS, where their families have been long involved in tikkun olam.
Their involvement at B’nai Abraham predates them significantly, going back to Harris Perilstein, Julie’s great-great-grandfather, whose family glass manufacturing business was once located at 524 Lombard Street, and a stained glass plaque dating to 1944 in memory of Harris’s wife, Fagie Mollie, still hangs in the B’nai Abraham sanctuary.
Outside of their professional lives, Julie is involved with Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, and recently joined the National Young Leadership Cabinet of Jewish Federation of North America. Dan volunteers through Philly VIP, serving as counsel to indigent tenants facing eviction.
Julie, Dan and their two sons, Henry and Max, live just a few blocks from B’nai Abraham. Henry is a rising first grader and attends Jewish Kids Club through B’nai Abraham. Max will start Pre-K this fall and just completed his Kitah Gimmel year at Center City Jewish Preschool.