Meet Laura Gutin Peterson Mar. 28


Grab your girlfriends and come on out for a dessert reception with Laura Gutin Peterson, writer and co-producer of “Black-ish.” Laura is a Cherry Hill West alum, class of 1994, who now lives in LA. Her first job was on the sitcom “NewsRadio,” where she answered phones onstage and stuffed paychecks into envelopes. Since then, Laura has worked on a string of comedies, from NBC’s “Four Kings,” “Outsourced,” “1600 Penn,” and “A to Z” to Fox’s “I Hate My Teenage Daughter” and “Enlisted,” and from writing for cable shows to the Netflix original “BoJack Horseman.” Laura currently writes on ABC’s hit show “Black-ish,” which was recently nominated for three Golden Globes, including Best Comedy.

Thank you to Event Chairs Meredith Becker and Myra Gutin, and Women’s Philanthropy Chair Arlene Plasky for their help in planning this amazing event for our community!

Join us on Tuesday, Mar. 28, at Woodcrest Country Club. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the program starts promptly at 7:30 p.m. Just $36 to attend with a minimum household gift of $365 to the Jewish Federation’s 2017 JFund campaign (or $200 minimum individual gift for first-time donors). JFund pledges are payable through December 31, and your minimum gift can be applied to other events with a minimum gift requirement.

Register today at For more information, please contact Michele Glik at or (856) 751-9500,  ext.1199.

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