The Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County announced that Eydie Holz has received the Dorothy Seaman Leadership Award for her outstanding work as both a leader and a philanthropist. The award, embodied by a personalized piece of Judaic art, was presented at the federation’s Dorothy Seaman Department of Women’s Philanthropy Installation Celebration by Women’s Philanthropy Chair Judi Schuman. Among her volunteer roles, Holz serves as vice chair of Lion of Judah, on the Woman’s Philanthropy Board, and is also a member of the federation board. She is widely admired as a compassionate woman with a heart for philanthropy and a love for the federation. Holz is currently employed as a real estate sales agent at Nestler Poletto Sotheby’s Realty. She lives in Boca Raton with her husband, Ira, and their three sons.