By Lisa Colton and Miriam Brosseau Recently Marylin E. Kingston, Ph.D. and Steven Windmueller, Ph.D. published an article here titled The Same Jewish Crowd! Who’s Showing Up and Why, exploring the behavior of multiple concentric circles of people, and their relationship to J … [Read more...] about From Organization-Centric to Network-Focused Design: A Response to Drs. Kingston and Windmueller
Rose Community Foundation
After 22 years at Rose Community Foundation, Lisa Farber Miller plans to leave the Foundation effective February 1, 2019.
Lisa directs the Foundation’s Jewish Life program area, which works to create and sustain a more welcoming, vibrant, diverse and inspiring quality of J … [Read more...] about Comings and Goings:
Rose Community Foundation; Gann Academy
[This essay is part of a series from leaders in the field of Jewish philanthropy, who will offer reactions and analyses to Jack Wertheimer’s report, Giving Jewish: How Big Funders Have Transformed American Jewish Philanthropy, commissioned and released earlier this year by The A … [Read more...] about Reflections on “Giving Jewish” from a Local Foundation Perspective
By Lisa Farber Miller and Jeff Tiell My participation in PresenTense Colorado has had a large impact on my Jewish identity. Before, I had little idea of any engagement for Jewish teens outside of my synagogue, and the only other Jewish kids I knew were from my B’nai Mitzvah c … [Read more...] about Sharing the Impact of PresenTense Colorado-UpStart
The multi-faceted Denver/Boulder Jewish Teen Education and Engagement Initiative (Initiative) is involving more teens in Jewish life, offering them new programs they find relevant, and helping them develop leadership skills - says a new evaluation on the Initiative. The … [Read more...] about Denver and Boulder Teens Initiative receives New Funding