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Wexner Heritage Program

Jewish learning and leadership development for volunteer leaders in North America

Alumni

Wexner Heritage Alumni: powerful social change agents across North America

The more than 2,000 alumni of the Wexner Heritage Program are top lay leaders at the local, national, and international level. They may be president of their synagogue, Federation or JCC; they may have founded a day school or chair its annual campaign. They may be on the board of JFNA or JDC, chair the American side of NGO’s working for minority rights in Israel, or head their city’s Limmud or Jewish Film Festival. They may see the need for a new organization and start it; they may see the need for a new way of doing something in an existing organization, and they implement it.

While alumni of the Wexner Heritage program clearly are diverse, they share some important overarching values: collaboration, inclusion, a dedication to Jewish text and tradition informing their communal agendas, and excellence. They share top characteristics of great leaders: vision, talent, grit, and optimism.

  • Dr. Ethan Bindelglas

    Phoenix
  • Ms. Stella Binkevich

    New York RSJ 16
  • Mr. Alan Charles Brown

    Chicago 1
  • Dr. Sandy R. Curtis

    Oakland
  • Mr. Michael Glimcher

    Columbus 00
  • Mr. Bill Jeffrey Goldberg

    Houston
  • Mr. Bruce L. Goldman

    Chicago II-99
  • Mrs. Kate Goldstein

    Rochester 19
  • Mr. Stephen Hoffman

    Cleveland 2
  • Ms. Rona Kaufman

    Pittsburgh 18
  • David Leit

    Greater MetroWest 15
  • Ms. Deborah Sponder Levin

    San Diego 2
  • Mr. Noah Levine

    Atlanta 05
  • Mr. Benjamin Lipman

    Seattle 19
  • Ms. Ruth Malman

    Denver
  • Mr. Joseph Rackman

    NY/Wachtell
  • Mr. Marc S Reich

    Rochester 19
  • Mr. Paul S. Rosenstein

    Boston 1
  • Ms. Carol R. Saivetz

    Boston 1
  • Ms. Gayle A. Schindler

    Washington
  • Mr. Bill Schottenstein

    Columbus 93
  • Mr. Arthur Segel

    Boston 2
  • Snejana Sevak-Wizman

    New York RSJ
  • Mr. Salem D. Shuchman

    NY/Kekst
  • Ms. Lisa Soicher

    Denver 08
  • Ms. Rachel Felt Tasch

    San Francisco 06
  • Julie Weinberg

    Dallas 13
  • Mr. Gary Wexler

    LA/Westfield
  • Ms. Cecile L. Zaifman

    Toronto 2
  • Mr. Richard D. Zelin

    Chicago Pro-99