Lisa Capelouto, Director of JHub - a London-based incubator that focuses on Jewish social action and innovation - presents a European perspective to the conversation about innovation, and looks at how the old world is learning from the new (and sometimes the other way around). … [Read more...] about New Ideas from the Old World
New Transatlantic Partnership Links the Pears Foundation, Jumpstart, and the ROI Community of Young Jewish Innovators The Pears Foundation, Jumpstart, and the ROI Community of Young Jewish Innovators today announced that the 2010 Survey of New Jewish Initiatives will include the … [Read more...] about 2010 Survey of New Jewish Initiatives Will Expand to Europe
Many women love having the money to make change - and are busy figuring out how to give the most bang for their buck. by Joan Kaye Today's Jewish women philanthropists can almost all be characterized as venture philanthropists, a term coined in 1984 to describe people who … [Read more...] about Jewish Women’s Philanthropy: The Big Picture
The New York Times February 9th article by John Tierney, titled "Will You Be E-Mailing This Column? It's Awesome" offered some fascinating insights from a recent University of Pennsylvania research study. The researchers, Jonah Berger and Katherine A. Milkman intensively studied … [Read more...] about Is Your E-Mail Awe-Inspiring?
One of the ventures nurtured during this past summer’s cohort of the PresenTense Institute was Kol HaOt, which we first introduced to you back in August. Here's an update as they continue to move their venture forward. On Thursday evening, February 5, Kol HaOt: The Art of J … [Read more...] about Kol HaOt Ignites Its Journey