What’s makes for great leadership? Is it creativity? Competence? Collaboration? Or grit? How do leaders reach deep into the wells of their passions to drive individual, organizational and communal change?
At the Davidson School, we are in the business of building educational leadership for the Jewish future. Our alumni lead day schools, early childhood centers, congregational schools, camps, Hillels, JCCs, federations and independent start-ups. Our alumni work across denominations, powering educational change in communities across the continent. As one example, 140 day schools across North America are led by Davidson School alumni.
On Thursday, February 19th, our new Dean, Dr. Bill Robinson, will be interviewing his former partner at The Jewish Education Project and alumnus, CEO Bob Sherman, on the revitalization of that agency and what makes for great leadership.
You don’t have to be a Davidson alumnus to attend, all our welcome! But please consider bringing someone with whom you work, who may want to experience the Davidson Difference, by enrolling in our MA program or one of our many field leadership programs. [Application deadline for the MA program is March 1st]
If interested in joining us on the 19th, please RSVP to Mark Young at firstname.lastname@example.org. The event takes place at 6:30 pm at The Jewish Education Project, 520 8th Avenue (between 36th and 37th streets). Drinks and food will be served.