Jeanette Brownstein has spent her entire career working at a multitude of social work venues around the country. Her first industry job was in 1976 at the Jewish Community Centers Association in St. Louis, MO. From there, her career took off as she honed her craft in major cities like New York City, Dallas, and Detroit. Brownstein is advocate for those in need, giving them a voice when they might not have one.

Most recently, Brownstein worked at the Menorah Manor in St. Petersburg, Fl. She wore many hats during her 12 years at the Jewish senior living community such as Administrator of The Inn on the Pond Assisted Living Residence, Director of the Adult Day Health Center and the Geriatric Assessment Program.

Brownstein received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology from the State University of New York at Binghamton, and a got her Masters of Social Work from the George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis. She also studied at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel.


To contact Jeanette:

407-644-7593 ext. 232 or