Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life names new CEO
Schipper, a Jackson native, spent two decades working in the Jewish communal service world on the West Coast before returning to Mississippi ten years ago.
When he transitions away from running the ISJL, Hart will focus on his “ISJL Bucket List,” which includes development work as well as projects he has long wanted to explore, but never had the time to do while concentrating on the primary objectives of the organization.
The Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life (ISJL) promotes Jewish life and heritage in the South through innovative programs and shared resources, serving communities seeking new solutions or where Jewish resources are limited. To learn more about the ISJL visit www.isjl.org.