LEEDS Jewish Welfare Board has appointed a new chief executive.
Liz Bradbury will take up the post after Pesach and succeeds Rebecca Weinberg.
Hailing from Lancashire, Bradford-based Liz worked as a consultant most recently.
"I've had a very warm welcome and look forward to meeting the community in the coming months," she said.
"The strong ethos of LJWB and diversity of services provided are very close to my heart.
"It will be an honour to build on the legacy laid down by my predecessors.
"I'm looking forward to taking the organisation forward to meet the social challenges we face and will continue to face in the future."
Mrs Weinberg said: "My 10 years at LJWB have been the highlight of my career.
"The organisation has been through significant growth and change and we are now in a phase of consolidation.
"We have earned an excellent reputation in the local and wider communities and have made a huge difference to the lives of many individuals and families."
She added: "Under Liz's leadership the board will be taken to the next level and will undoubtedly grow in strength.
"I am handing over to a successor who will safeguard the values of the organisation and continue our invaluable work."
LJWB president Edward Ziff said: "Liz has had a hugely successful career with extensive experience working in public, private and third sector organisations delivering partnership, change and service delivery agendas.
"She has a wealth of experience in the services we provide including extra-care housing, domiciliary care, day-care, children's services and services for adults.
"I know Liz will be a great asset to the team and the community."
He added: "Our sincere thanks go to Rebecca for her 10 years of devoted commitment and superb stewardship."