Hilary King is the current president of Temple Israel, the largest reform Jewish congregation in North America. She has held a leadership role at Temple Israel for more than twelve years. In her capacity as president, Hilary is responsible for overseeing the executive committee and operations, fundraising initiatives and strategic planning. In addition, Hilary served as a past board member of the Anti-Defamation League and spearheaded two major fundraisers for Michigan Medicine. Previously, she organized A Match for Life, a bone marrow drive resulting in more than 15,000 people signing up for the national marrow registry. Before devoting her time to community service, Hilary worked in the broadcast and media industry. She and her husband, Edan, reside in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, and have three sons.