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Tuesday, March 19 • 7:45am - 8:45am
Main Breakfast (with discussion roundtables)

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1. Advocating for Jewish Renewal in Israel—Join the AVI CHAI Foundation to discuss a new initiative they are creating with UJA-Federation of NY and the Posen Foundation to raise public awareness and advocate for government support of pluralistic Jewish programs in Israel.

2. Giving Circles—JFN’s Giving Circle peer network welcomes the leaders and members of giving circles for informal discussion to share best practices and network with each other.

3. Jewish Girls and Young Women—Ellen Flax, Director of the Hadassah Foundation, convenes discussion on how to serve the needs of Jewish girls and young women, promote their leadership skills, physical and emotional development, and develop gender-sensitive programming and policies.

4. Building an Israeli-American Community—Adam Milstein shares the Israeli-American Council’s successful community model that reaches out to the many unaffiliated and unconnected Israelis in Southern California, and galvanizes them into an active, giving Israeli-American community. Hear how the model helps the next generation maintain their Jewish identity and connection to Israel, and provides the Israeli-American community a bridge to the Jewish-American community.

5. Balance Work and Life with a Virtual Office—Michael Hill shares experience and lessons learned–some expected, some surprising–from the Dorot Foundation’s recent transition to a virtual office. Topics include benefits and challenges for staff, technology options, and need-to-know issues for before, during and after the transition.

Tuesday March 19, 2013 7:45am - 8:45am PDT
Oasis Patio Beverly Hilton

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