Oren Adler Oren was born and raised in Bergen County, NJ to Israeli parents. After eleven years in yeshivah day-school and graduating a public high-school, Oren earned his BA in Accounting from Boston University and an MBA from Babson College. Oren lived in Boston for ten years, and moved to New York where he met is wife Sarah (nee) Peskoe. In New York, Oren was working for a mid-sized regional CPA firm, and in valuation, bankruptcy, restructuring and litigation support as a financial analyst. For the last twelve years, Oren has been working with his father at their Fair Lawn accounting office servicing American and international clients - many Israeli, but also companies and individuals in Russia, BVI, India, France, Italy, Netherlands, and South Africans.
Oren volunteers his accounting skills to various organizations including his synagogue, the local eruv association, and his children’s day school. Because of his multicultural background, Oren was one of the founders of Dor Chadash.
Oren enjoys culture, museums and travel as well as spending time outdoors in all seasons, including running, biking, swimming, golf, tennis, snowboarding, hiking, and camping. Oren has completed eight marathons and one Olympic triathlon. Sarah and Oren live in Tenafly NJ with their four children (Shalhevet 12, Hadar 10, Matan 6, Lev 4), one dog, two turtles, and two fish (so far).
Being an immigrant to the USA can be an exciting adventure full of new opportunities, but it can also be lonely away from your home, your family, and your friends. Oren got involved with the JICNY to help young immigrants feel more comfortable in the USA, settle in, and prosper. “My parents had help when they arrived in the USA, and now I can pay it forward.” For many years Oren was also President of the JICNY Networking group.