Bridging the gap between Jewish leaders and those who follow them.Michelle W. Malkin interviews leaders in the North American Jewish community about working in Jewish organizations and congregations, philanthropy, the changing landscape of the community, recent research, philanthropy, youth, education, social action, and more!
51 - Michelle W. Malkin, It's Who You Know!
Something New: Michelle W. Malkin, Creator, discusses with a special guest host her experience creating this project and her hopes for the future of the podcast. Hear her personal journey and professional advice on this last episode for 2018!
50 - David M. Schizer, American Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)
Global Impact on Individuals: David M. Schizer, CEO, discusses his work supporting social services for Jews around the world. From the youth to the elderly, from large to small communities, David shares stories of how this large organization’s work has far reaching impact.
49 - Nancy Kaufman, National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW)
Finding Your Voice: Nancy K. Kaufman, Chief Executive Officer, discusses with me her career in building bridges between the Jewish community and the non-Jewish world around us and how this experience has changed when viewing the work through a gender specific organization.
48 - Robert Bank, American Jewish World Service (AJWS)
A Face Onto the Nation: Robert Bank, President and CEO, discusses his work in promoting Jewish values around the world in an attempt to positively influence public policy, thoughts, and the way the American Jewish community interacts with the world around us.
47 - Wendy Rosov, Rosov Consulting
Importance of Evaluation: Wendy Rosov, Founder and Principal, discusses her experience working with Jewish educational institutions in helping them evaluate their programs and create plans for how to move forward in an ever changing world.
46 - Matt Grossman, BBYO
Putting Others First: Matt Grossman, Chief Executive Officer, discusses the joys and challenges of leading a pluralistic teen movement and how he supports his teen leadership in creating the type of community they want to be a part of.