In her professional life Goldy served as the President of a geographically diverse military association and the Chairperson of a worldwide women’s program. After military service in the United States Air Force, Goldy joined the civilian Federal workforce as a Presidential Management Fellow. Among her many accomplishments, she supported the creation and implementation of an Executive Exchange: Making Strategic Connections rotational assignment program, which received first place for the Best Leadership Development Program in the Federal Government and second place for the Best Workforce Development Program in the Federal Government.
Dedicated to her share in תיקון עולם (repair of the world), Goldy volunteered her time and conducted a study on the business case for diversity for one of the largest school districts in the United States. Her recommendations were included in district-wide diversity initiatives.
Goldy, together with her wife, LySandra, have four children and seven grandchildren.
He has served two terms as President of JAG and is the current Vice President. In 2014, JAG was acknowledged and included in the most representative Jewish Institution of Argentina, DAIA (Argentine Delegation of Israel Associations), and in November 2018, Gustavo was elected as a member of its Board.
Gustavo has been part of the World Congress: Keshet Ga’avah for over 10 years. In 2017, Gustavo was instrumental in the JAG partnering with the World Congress to host their annual board meeting, the first Shabatton in Buenos Aires, and a World Conference attended by representatives from seven countries. This conference was the first of its kind in Latin America.
In addition to serving as Vice President of the World Congress: Keshet Ga’avah, Gustavo uses his energies to foster the development of Communitarian policies in Argentina where he’s worked with others to become a beacon in Latin America, strengthening existing bonds and generating new lines of thought and work. One of his major accomplishments was working with political representatives in Argentina involved in the discussion of the Equal Marriage Law that was finally passed in July 2010. This success allowed him to marry Marcelo Robles in 2015, which Gustavo says can be considered one more step towards the: “Kol Israel arevim ze lazé” “Every Jewish is responsible for his fellow”
Gustavo is one of the protagonists of the Documentary, “One Among Others,” which is a film describing the story of four gay members of the Jewish Community in Argentina. ersity initiatives.