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Wexner Graduate Fellowship /
Davidson Scholars Program

Leadership Development for Jewish Communal Professionals in Graduate Schools

Alumni Offerings

SAVE THE DATE! 2019 Alumni Institute 
February 17-20, 2019 @ Princeton Marriott at Forrestal 

 

An Enduring Commitment to Your Jewish Leadership

Wexner Graduate Fellowship/Davidson Scholars Alumni benefit from ongoing mentoring and guidance from the Foundation faculty and professional staff and maintain an important connection with the entire fellowship and Foundation community. Throughout their professional lives, Fellowship Alumni participate in leadership institutes, enrichment programs, and community-building activities. Fellowship Alumni also benefit from connections to alumni of our other leadership programs – Wexner Heritage Program, Wexner Service Corps, Wexner Field Fellowship, Wexner Senior Leaders and Wexner Israel Fellowship.

Over 500 alumni of the Graduate Fellowship now serve as professional leaders in synagogues, Hillels, day schools, national, international and local Jewish organizations, Jewish foundations, universities, and in new social entrepreneurial ventures in the Jewish world. The Foundation takes an active role throughout North America in promoting importance of the professions represented in the Fellowship, and in recruitment and retention activities in support of these professions.

Wexner Graduate Fellowship Alumni meet annually for institutes centered on themes relevant to modern Jewish life and their professional development. In addition to peer teaching, Alumni study and dialogue with leading scholars, practitioners, and experts in the fields of Jewish life and leadership development. The Wexner Foundation is committed to creating a continental and international web of Jewish professional leaders working together to foster life-long leadership growth and to strengthen Jewish Peoplehood.

 

 

  • Sara Fredman Aeder

    Class 28
  • Rabbi Jacob M. Bernstein

    Class 29
  • Naomi Brenner

    Class 13
  • Rebecca M Carr

    Class 3
  • Dr. Zev Eleff

    Class 22
  • Rabbi Dara B. Frimmer

    Class 14
  • Daniel B Goldberg

    Class 27
  • Rabbi Megan B GoldMarche

    Class 22
  • Dr. Ari M Gordon

    Class 21
  • Simcha Gross

    Class 24
  • Shira Hammerman

    Class 19
  • Jonah Hassenfeld

    Class 26
  • Rabbi Akiva Herzfeld

    Class 16
  • Dalit Ballen Horn

    Class 25
  • Rachel Marissa Isaacs

    Class 19
  • Dr. Jane L. Kanarek

    Class 13
  • Rabbi Aryeh D Klapper

    Class 2
  • Rabbi Leon A Morris

    Class 4
  • Jeremy Ragent

    Class 26
  • Cantor Ken Richmond

    Class 13
  • Rabbi David M. Rosenberg

    Class 1
  • Elisha Russ-Fishbane

    Class 15
  • Deborah Sacks Mintz

    Class 30
  • Ms. Anna Pauline Stern Serviansky

    Class 27
  • Dr. Andrea Siegel

    Class 13
  • Noam Silverman

    Class 17
  • Alan R Spector

    Class 2
  • Rabbi Rachel Timoner

    Class 17
  • Rabbi Miriam Farber Wajnberg

    Class 23
  • Mrs. Naomi Korb Weiss

    Class 21