Responsive to recent shifts in Jewish engagement and the commitment to Jewish life, it is time to examine how we govern ourselves as a Jewish community in the information age. If not now, when?
The Ruderman Family Foundation, Hebrew College and the Jewish Funders Network present The Ruderman Summit on Philanthropy, Power and Democracy in the Jewish Community of the 21st Century, a public conversation on Jewish communal governance in the information age.
The purpose of this summit is to explore and discuss the ways we govern ourselves in the American Jewish community and how changes in recent years may require different structures to respond to the current political and social culture. The event is ideal for community leaders, activists, federation and foundation professionals, and those with an interest in new models of Jewish engagement.
The program will take place on Sunday, April 2 at Hebrew College in Newton Centre, MA.
For more information, and to register, visit: www.hebrewcollege.edu/rudermansummit2017