Myrna’s career and interests have led her on numerous paths throughout her life. She owned and operated an interior design firm for 30 years. Her interest in politics and love of Israel culminated in her being elected State Committee Woman in the 41st Assembly district. She was a co-founder of WINPAC (Womens Pro Israel National Political Action Committee). She has served as chairperson of several pro-Israel missions to Washington, D.C. and was part of Mayor Giuliani’s Commission on Protocol. She was one of 10 New Yorkers who joined Mayor Giuliani’s trip to Israel after the first bus bombings.
Myrna worked on Governor George Pataki’s first campaign for governor at the request of former US Senator Alfonse D’Amato. She was appointed by Governor Pataki to serve on the New York State Commission on the status of women and also on the New York-Israel Cultural Exchange. After moving to Cedarhurst, Myrna was appointed as a trustee for the Village by Mayor Andrew J. Parise. She is the first woman in 100 years to hold that position. Myrna was awarded “Woman of the Year” for Nassau County by Legislator Jeff Toback. She sits on numerous boards including Emunah Women, Hebron Fund and Kulanu.