Jorey Alexa Worb and Alexander Eli Raiman are to be married Nov. 17 at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. Rabbi David Wolpe is to officiate.
The bride, 27, will take her husband’s name. She is an entertainment consultant in Los Angeles. She is on the board of Future Hope, a group of young entertainment executives in Los Angeles associated with City of Hope, a cancer research hospital in Duarte, Calif. She graduated from Berklee College of Music.
She is a daughter of Carla F. Worb and Michael K. Worb of Toronto. Until 2018, the bride’s father was the chief executive at Accompass, a human resources consulting firm acquired then by Arthur J. Gallagher & Company. He is on the boards of the Toronto International Film Festival and the Princess Margaret Cancer Center Foundation in Toronto. Her mother, who was a stay-at-home parent, is on the board of Friends of Amani Canada, which raises support and awareness for the Amani Children’s Home in Moshi, Tanzania, which provides a safe haven for homeless children in that country.
The groom, 29, is a television writer in Los Angeles currently working on “The Magicians,” a Netflix/Syfy fantasy series. He graduated from Penn State.
He is a son of Susan L. Raiman of Woodcliff Lake, N.J., and Lawrence D. Raiman of New York. The groom’s mother, a stay-at-home parent, was a certified public accountant, until 1992, in Hackensack, N.J. His father is the founder and managing principal at LDR Capital Management, an investment firm in New York. He is a secretary, treasurer and director of the Clayman Raiman Foundation in New York, of which Deborah Clayman Raiman, the groom’s stepmother is the president. The foundation supports cancer research, New York City-based arts programs and various Jewish charitable organizations.
The couple met in February 2016 in group therapy in Los Angeles. In April, after Ms. Worb’s car broke down and was in the shop, she asked if anyone in the group could give her a lift home. Mr. Raiman volunteered without hesitating. An hour later, they had their first date at a kosher Mexican restaurant that was in Los Angeles. She recalled that the wife of a couple sitting nearby, said: “You guys are so perfect together. How long have you been married?” Six months later, they moved in together.
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