Communication and Development Coordinator.
Talia Goldman has been a champion of women’s health issues for the
last twenty five years. As a volunteer for Hadassah, the largest
women’s volunteer organization in the country, she developed and
implemented Celebrate the Ta Tas, a breast cancer research program
that currently spans across five US cities. Prior to moving to Charlotte,
Talia co-founded the Unity in the Community Day of community
service for Long Island teens in a highly segregated community. This
award winning program continues to bring together 500 teens from all
backgrounds in the spirit of goodwill to benefit two Long Island
Talia was born in Israel and is fluent in English and Hebrew. She is
married to Steven, a physician with Novant Carmel OB/GYN and has
two children, Elleana and Jake. Talia received her undergraduate
degree from Binghamton University, and her Masters degree in social
work from Hunter College in New York City. She is currently serving on
the Board of Trustees at Novant Health, Piedmont Region.
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