Montana Tucker Discusses the Importance of Speaking Up at Goodman Jewish Family Services of Broward County Event

Montana Tucker with community leaders

Montana Tucker, a prominent figure in the entertainment industry known for her dance videos and social media presence, utilizes her platform not only for entertainment, but also to advocate against hate.

As the granddaughter of two Holocaust survivors, Tucker feels a profound sense of responsibility to speak out against antisemitism and all forms of hate. Her commitment to speaking up extends to her public appearances, such as her recent involvement in a fundraising event for our #OGGoodClient Goodman Jewish Family Services of Broward County (Goodman JFS), where she enlightened the audience on how she’s using her platform for good.  

Randy Colman, President and CEO of Goodman JFS, sees Tucker’s involvement as a valuable opportunity to engage a younger audience in supporting important causes and promoting social media as a platform for spreading love and understanding. By leveraging Tucker’s influence and advocating for the organization’s services, such as high-quality counseling and access to essential resources, Goodman JFS aims to support Broward County’s most vulnerable.  

In this interview with WLRN’s Veronica Zaragovia, Randy Colman stated, “By helping them in one area in their lives, we’re hopefully helping reduce trauma and stress in other areas in their lives.”  

Listen to the full interview here.


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