Dispatches from the network and updates from the Foundation.
Wexner Alumni are invited to participate in a new study of leaders in Jewish life today.
As we enter December, I pray that you and yours are safe and healthy. It is difficult to capture the complexity, loss, and also the resilience and strength we have witnessed in 2020.
March 29 – 31, 2020 March 14 – 16, 2021
The Wexner Field Fellowship is a leadership learning opportunity for high-potential, full-time Jewish communal professionals to deepen their leadership skills and develop a rich network of colleagues. Up to 15 exceptional professionals will be selected for a three-year program with a cohort of lifelong professional learners that is focused on enriching their ability to exercise leadership as Jewish professionals. Wexner Field Fellows are matched one-on-one with a professional coach as
Dear Wexner Foundation Community, For 35 years, the work we have achieved together in this community has continued to be one of the great honors of my life, and that is why I am writing to you now. In recent weeks, there has been considerable media attention on my past connection to Jeffrey Epstein. To be clear, I never would have imagined that a person I employed more than a
Les Wexner issued the following statement on July 15. I would never have guessed that a person I employed more than a decade ago could have caused such pain to so many people. My heart goes out to each and every person who has been hurt. I severed all ties with Mr. Epstein nearly 12 years ago. I would not have continued to work with any individual capable of such