Seeking Best and Brightest Jewish Innovators for 2012 ROI Global Summit
Jerusalem – February 1, 2012: Seeking to identify 150 of the most passionate and creative activists to change the Jewish world and beyond, ROI Community today kicks off recruitment for the 2012 Global Summit. Specifically, ROI is looking for 20- and 30-somethings who are leading initiatives in social action, environmental activism, arts and culture, media and technology, education, social justice, Israel advocacy and Jewish peoplehood, to join its 700-strong network in 50 countries. The Summit, ROI’s flagship program, will be held in Jerusalem, June 10-14, 2012.
“We are reaching out to ROI Community members, strategic partners in the Jewish, social entrepreneurial and philanthropic worlds, and others, to refer the best and brightest to apply for the seventh ROI Summit,” said ROI Community Executive Director Justin Korda.
Using a sophisticated referral code system to identify potential ROIers, the application process will close on February 27th.
“If you are a social entrepreneur, change agent, community professional, connector or network hubs cultivator, or an expert and capacity builder in Israel, North America, Europe, Latin America, Africa, Asia or Australia – use your referral code to apply!” urged ROI Director of Gatherings and Recruitment Beto Maya, who is spearheading the innovative recruitment drive.
About: ROI Community is a global network of Jewish innovators created by American Jewish philanthropist Lynn Schusterman in 2006. ROI Community connects dynamic Jewish leaders from around the globe and enables them to turn their passion into action by creating transformative work that will impact the Jewish world and beyond.