an opinion piece from Dan Brown, founder of eJewish Philanthropy: They say the ability to generate confidence is a leadership trait - and I agree. As such, and from where I sit, two of the largest Jewish organizations in the world have a serious leadership problem. The two: … [Read more...] about The Ability to Generate Confidence
Hadassah / Hadassah Foundation
There must be a lot more trouble at Hadassah than meets the eye - it seems Hadassah is planning to sell off some of its assets here in Israel. One of the properties likely to be put on the block is the brand new Young Judaea youth hostel in Jerusalem's Givat Massuah (near the … [Read more...] about More Trouble at Hadassah
You know things must be really tough for Hadassah if Nancy Falchuk, Hadassah's National President, releases an urgent solicitation request on a Friday evening - one of the worst times in the U.S. news cycle for exposure. Here are some excerpts (emphasis eJP): Protecting our … [Read more...] about Hadassah Is Really Hurting
Hadassah has successfully managed for the past several days to keep their name and potential loss from investments with Madoff off the widely circulated lists in many U.S. and international publications. We heard rumors on Monday their exposure was as high as $300-$500 … [Read more...] about Hadassah Takes $90 Million Beating
Hadassah just concluded their 94th national convention in Los Angeles. And at the closing dinner Tuesday night, a prominent Medical Center board member warned the organization was on "the tipping point" into decline. Two pertinent facts were stated by Stewart Greenebaum during … [Read more...] about Hadassah, Tipping Into Decline?