Judy and Maurice Khosh both emigrated from Iran along with their families. Judy, at the age of 9, from the city of Tehran and Maurice, at the age of 13, from the city of Esfahan during the Iranian Revolution.  The couple wondrously met in Manhattan in 2002 and got married two years later. 


Judy earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice from the University of Connecticut. Judy went on to study with the Hartford Superior Court for Juvenile Matters & Detention Center where she trained with the Office of Juvenile Probation and Supervision. Judy then held a position as Web Analyst at LifeCare, where she managed proprietary content on the company's 2,500+ page website. She also counseled client company employees with Work- Life Solutions and Management Skills. Before moving to New York City in 2004, she obtained a fitness certification and taught multiple aerobics classes in several local fitness centers in Connecticut. Judy received her NY Real Estate license and worked as an agent prior to becoming a full-time ice hockey mom to their two very active and vivacious boys. Judy currently works with her husband and manages finances of his medical practice.


Maurice graduated from Yeshiva High School in Atlanta before attending the University of Texas where he received his Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Biomedical Engineering. Maurice earned his Medical Degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine with honors, and pursued a residency program in Head and Neck Surgery at Columbia University Medical Center. He completed a subspecialty fellowship in Facial Plastic Surgery at the University of Washington in Seattle in 1997. Maurice returned to New York to join the faculty at Columbia University, followed by a partnership at the Head and Neck Surgical Group. In the interim, he served as President of the New York Facial Plastic Surgery Society and Director of Facial Plastic Surgery at Roosevelt Hospital Center. Maurice is dual board certified and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He was the youngest recipient of the Maxwell Abramson Resident Teaching Award at Columbia University Medical Center. Currently, Dr. Maurice Khosh is in a well-known and respected private practice and continues his voluntary teaching positions at both Lenox Hill and Columbia Presbyterian Hospitals.


Judy and Maurice are proud parents to Ethan (11) and Evan (9) who both attended preschool at Rabbi Arthur Schneier Park East Day School and are currently Hebrew School students at the YEC. Judy and Maurice are grateful for the outstanding Jewish education the Youth Enrichment Center offers their children every week along with an inviting learning environment.