Dispatches from the network and updates from the Foundation.
Curtis Peterson has a passion for expanding access to healthcare for the people who need it most. This mission has taken him around the world, working in diverse health systems as an implementer, researcher, policy advisor, innovator, and health tech board member. He has presented his work at the US National Institutes of Health and spoken on the role of innovation in healthcare at the United Nations. He has a
We are thrilled to announce that the Wexner Heritage Program will engage its first ever cohort of Jews of Color in New York beginning in the summer of 2022. Thanks to the generosity of UJA-Federation of New York, in partnership with Leslie and Abigail Wexner and The Wexner Foundation, we will gather a group of outstanding volunteer leaders who will have the opportunity to benefit from the Foundation’s extraordinary
Join President Rabbi Elka Abrahamson and Educational Coordinator Tonda Case along with panelists and Wexner Heritage Program (WHP) Alumni Andria Danine Clay (St. Louis 15), Ginna Green (East Bay 10), and Joan Laguatan (San Francisco 18) for a conversation on the launch of a first-ever Jews of Color Cohort within the Wexner Heritage Program. The Wexner Foundation, in partnership with UJA-Federation of New York, aspires to advance the leadership skills
Rabbi Elyse Frishman is the editor of Mishkan T’filah, the Reform movement’s prayerbook. Ordained in 1981, she served fas Rabbi of The Reform Temple of Suffern (NY) for 14 years, and then as Senior Rabbi of The Barnert Temple (Franklin Lakes, NJ) for 22 years, retiring in 2017. Her rabbinate focused on the shaping of sacred community grounded in adult study, spiritual life and service. Most recently she served on