Robin and Becky Warren will celebrate their B’not Mitzvah on Saturday, July 8, at The Temple.
Robin Warren, the proud mother of Becky Warren, lives in St. Petersburg, Fla., where she serves on the Boards of Temple Beth El, Project Prosper and the Florida Council on Economic Education. Robin previously served on the Board of The Florida Holocaust Museum and continues to be an active volunteer at the museum.
Becky Warren is an active member of The Temple’s Chevrah Torah, the Afghan refugee volunteer team, WOTLA, Temple Together and the book and pickleball tribes. She grew up in Atlanta, the only child of John (z"l) and Robin Warren, attended Wellesley College, and now works as a graphic designer for the UK government. Becky is also a songwriter, and has released albums about post-9/11 veterans, mental health and homelessness. She has a boyfriend, Leon (who often attends services with her), and two terriers, Pearl and Herschel. In her free time, Becky enjoys board games, trivia, small adventures and anything involving animals.
Congratulations to Gulmira Josephine Norman Propper of Nashville who graduated with a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degree from The Wharton School of Business of The University of Pennsylvania on May 14.
Ms. Propper was a student in the Wharton MBA Program in Health Care Management (HCM) and was a board member of the Wharton Health Care Club. She will begin working for the Pfizer, Inc. Marketing Division, in the fall. She served as a Pfizer Marketing Intern in 2022.
Ms. Propper graduated from Blackman High School in Murfreesboro, where she was a valedictorian. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and biology from Brown University.
In 2020, Ms. Propper published her first book, “Silk Road Recipes: Parida's Uyghur Cookbook,” which was named an Amazon “Best Cookbook of The Year.” She continues to donate 100 percent of profits from the cookbook to research efforts at the Uyghur Human Rights Project (www.UHRP.org).
She is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Michael Propper of Nashville.
Congratulations to Rebekah Sonnenberg on her high school graduation. The daughter of Roy and Carla Sonnenberg will attend the University of Tennessee in Knoxville this fall.