The Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies (Chicago) has announced the appointment of Dr. Hal M. Lewis to the position of President and CEO, effective July 1, 2009. Dr. Howard A. Sulkin, who has served as Spertus President and CEO since 1984, will become the Institute’s C … [Read more...] about Expert On Jewish Organizational Leadership is New Spertus President
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Did you know that 50,000 Israelis visit India each year? Without guidance, they can display a lack of cultural sensitivity, engage in drug-use and partying and soon establish an unfavorable reputation for Israelis and Israel. After a few months of freedom and rest from the … [Read more...] about Short Term; High Impact; Empowering; Reputation Changing
We think... by David Roth and Ardie Geldman What should be the relationship between the nonprofit and public sectors? What are the roles of philanthropy and government? In a democratic country, which one knows best what is in the public's best interests? Which one is most … [Read more...] about Private and Public
The Jewish Agency Assembly opens two weeks from today - with the Board of Governor's Meeting immediately following. The issues of governance, that have been in discussion for the past two years, are high up on the agenda. If the proposed changes are voted in, the most visible … [Read more...] about The De-Zionization of JAFI?
both from Haaretz: Relocation, recession play role in WUJS growth One Israel program bucking the recruiting trend is WUJS, designed for college graduates, which doubled its numbers this year. Its director attributes the program's success to moving away from the South. "No … [Read more...] about WUJS Move to Jerusalem Appears to Pay-Off