Lynne Aronoff of Houston is the new chair of the Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission. She is the former president of StoneNet, Inc. She is also a former first and second grade teacher at the Hebrew Academy in Houston. Prior to that, she was a third grade teacher for the Houston Independent School District. Aronoff is a board member for the Jewish Family Foundation, vice president of the Consular Women’s Club of Houston, officer and board member for the Jewish Family Service, board member for Citizenship Month of Houston, and honorary host committee member for the Aga Khan Foundation. She has previously served as a board member for the Jewish Federation of Greater Houston. She has been recognized for her devout service as a recipient of the 2015 Shirley and Allen Becker Jewish Family Service of Houston Leadership Award and recipient of the Jewish Federation of Greater Houston’s 1985 Esther and Nathan Falik Young Leadership Award. Aronoff received a Bachelor of Science in elementary education from the University of Texas.