June Gutterman, Ed. D.
Chief Executive Officer
June K. Gutterman, Ed.D., is CEO of Jewish Family Services of Columbus, Ohio. Prior to joining Jewish Family Services, she served as the Vice-President of Community Services for the Columbus Jewish Federation. She served as the Director of the Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission’s (ORSC) Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation, a post she held from 1988 to 2004. She served as director of ORSC’s Bureau of Services for the Visually Impaired ; as superintendent of the Pickaway County Ohio Board of MRDD, and as a program specialist in Ohio Resource Center for Low Incidence and Severely Handicapped. In addition, she served as an expert witness for Ohio Legal Rights.
Dr. Gutterman currently serves as co-chair of COWIC’s One Stop Partner Committee. She is a member of the Board of Director’s of the International Association of Jewish Vocational Services. She is a board member of Hasidah. She also served on the Jewish Federations of North America: Health & Long-term Care Workgroup
A dedicated advocate on behalf of people with disabilities, Dr. Gutterman has provided leadership to numerous organizations. She has represented Ohio on both the Client Services Committee and Management Services Committees of the Council of State Administrators for Vocational Rehabilitation. She has served on the board Ohio Valley Center for Brain Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation. She served on Ohio’s Post Trauma Critical Care Commission. She served as Chair of the advisory committee of the Wilberforce University Rehabilitation Counseling Program. The Epilepsy Foundation of America recognized her as the National Advocate of the Year in 1992.
Dr. Gutterman’s involvement in the Columbus community includes having served as President of the Board of Trustees of the Columbus AIDS Task Force. She was on the Community Board of the Columbus Jewish Federation; was the President of the Wexner Heritage Towers Advisory Board. Additionally, she served on the Board of Trustees of the Columbus Jewish Day School.
Dr. Gutterman is a 2002 graduate of the Wexner Heritage Foundation Jewish Leadership program and the Columbus Jewish Federation’s Leadership 21 development initiative.
After receiving an undergraduate degree from New York University, Dr. Gutterman completed her graduate work in vocational rehabilitation counseling and administration at the University of Cincinnati, where she received a Master of Arts and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study. She was awarded a Doctorate of Education in special education and rehabilitation administration from the University of Cincinnati. Her dissertation was the Development of an Interagency Model for the Transition from School to Work for Children with Severe Disabilities.
Dr. Gutterman is the parent of 2 children.
Chief Financial Officer
Marla Vucic is the Fiscal Officer for Jewish Family Services and has worked at Jewish Family Services since 2003. She has 30 years of experience working for non-profit agencies in the Fiscal and Patient Accounts departments; previous agencies include Huckleberry House and Children’s Hospital in Columbus.
A native of Cleveland, Marla graduated from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and began her career in Columbus as a bookkeeper in a real estate firm. She has also worked for three years for The Limited as an Accounts Payable supervisor. With her experience in both the non-profit and private business sectors, Marla provides Jewish Family Services with a broad base of knowledge, invaluable for operating a fiscally sound agency.
Mark serves as the IT/Facilities Manager for Jewish Family Services and has been a part of the team since 2001. In addition to advising on the direction of technology, and handling all data and voice systems for the agency, Mark is responsible for managing the facilities at Jewish Family Services, and for providing IT management services to other local agencies, including The Jewish Federation of Columbus, The Columbus Jewish Foundation, the Jewish Historical Society, and Ohio Jewish Communities. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems from DeVry University, and is also a Microsoft Certified Professional, with CompTIA certifications in computer hardware and network systems.
Mark’s commitment to the Central Ohio nonprofit community is exemplified by his award-winning volunteer work with the GroundWork group (a national organization helping nonprofits meet their technology needs), having served on its Education Committee, and as host of its local Nonprofit IT Forum.
Business Office Manager
Crystal Bronchik is the Business Office Manager for Jewish Family Services. A valued long-time employee with many years of experience, she has been with the agency since 1992. Her responsibilities at Jewish Family Services cover personnel records, payroll, accounting, and managing administrative support services. Crystal has great admiration for the work done by non-profit agencies and has spent the majority of her career in their service. Before coming to Jewish Family Services, she worked for the Pediatric Academic Association at Children’s Hospital in Columbus. Crystal is a graduate of Northeastern Business College and began her career as a bookkeeper in the construction business.