A founding organizing committee member and past board president of JCA, Vic also was executive director of the Minnesota Senior Federation for nine years. Vic has been a community organizer for more than 30 years—much of that time working on behalf of affordable and accessible healthcare and the concerns of senior citizens. He is the recipient of a Bush Leadership Fellowship, which he used as a time to study Jewish history and literature and to become more involved with Jewish Community Action.
Vic was also a recipient of the 2004 Leadership for a Changing World award from the Ford Foundation. He earned his master's degree in Public Administration at Rutgers University and his undergraduate degree at the State University of New York at Binghamton. Vic is chair of the social action committee and a member of the Temple of Aaron (Conservative).