Jack Dembow graduated from IC in 1977 with a bachelor's in health services administration. Following his graduation, he went on to earn a master of arts in health care administration from George Washington University. Jack's career in health care administration spanned 24 years. He served as vice president and CEO of the Philadelphia Psychiatric Center (now called Belmont Behavioral Health), a private psychiatric hospital owned by the Einstein Healthcare Network. After retirement, Jack decided to serve an additional six years as CEO of Jewish Family and Children's Service of Greater Philadelphia. Related to his love of IC, in 2003, he established the Jack H. Dembow '77 Scholarship for health care administration students, and he provides continuing support for LGBTQ programming. He's hosted new student welcome receptions and has spoken at regional events. Jack joined the board of trustees in 2017 and currently is co-chair of the Academic & Student Affairs Committee.
Jack H. Dembow '77