Cindy Bergman is the Associate Executive Director of the Levis Jewish Community Center and is an Aquatic & Industry Advisor to WAVE Drowning Detection Systems.
Bergan has 36 years of experience in the nonprofit world. After five years working with the developmentally disabled community doing Art Therapy and running group homes throughout Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn she began her fundraising career at UJA-Federation of New York in Manhattan. Upon relocating to Florida, she spent 10 years at the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County working in many capacities ultimately becoming Vice President for Campaign. From there she spent 9 years at Hillel Day School of Boca Raton as the Director of Institutional Advancement. Now, with 10 years at the Adolph and Rose Levis Jewish Community Center, she is currently the Associate Executive Director.
WAVE Drowning Detection Systems
The WAVE Drowning Detection Systems is an innovative wireless real-time swimmer tracking system that determines if any swimmer is at risk of drowning and immediately alerts your staff so they can investigate and intervene if necessary. The system works in all types of water including pools, lakes, oceans, and rivers. It is not affected by water type, depth, clarity, glare, bubbles, marine life or other environmental factors that can adversely impact other technologies.