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Wexner Heritage Program

Jewish learning and leadership development for volunteer leaders in North America

Meet Our Members

Andrew Feinstein Managing Partner, EXDO Event Center and EXDO Management. A fifth-generation Denverite, Andrew has over 20 years experience in entertainment, communications, event production, hospitality and real estate management. Andrew’s ancestors arrived in Denver's historic Curtis Park neighborhood in the 1860s and he has continued the family tradition by running and developing businesses in the Curtis Park and Five Points neighborhoods. Currently, Andrew is a managing partner in the EXDO Event Center, Tracks nightclub and Jake’s Sports & Spirits sports bar / restaurant, as well as the EXDO Management property group which oversees nearly two million square feet of commercial property in the Denver metropolitan area. Prior to returning to Denver in 2009 to join the EXDO family, Andrew spent 10 years in Los Angeles as an animation, television and new media producer and nationally syndicated cartoonist developing content for global entertainment companies including Fox Sports, Warner Bros. and Nickelodeon. Andrew is a graduate of Emory University in Atlanta where he received a Bachelor’s in Business Administration. Andrew now resides in the River North (RiNo) Art District where the EXDO Event Center is located and he participates as co-chairman of the RiNo Urban Improvement Committee as well the board of the Anti-Defamation League Rocky Mountain Region and Engage Denver, a local non-profit that serves the RiNo / Five Points / Curtis Park communities and surrounding areas. An avid traveler, Andrew participated with Denver Sister Cities International on a diplomatic mission to Nairobi, Kenya in 2014 and has twice joined the NBA for their Basketball Without Borders camp in Johannesburg, South Africa in 2011 and 2015. Andrew is also a die-hard Denver Nuggets fan and is the founder and proprietor of, the most read blog devoted to the Nuggets and their fan base worldwide.

Alison Pincus ​(San Francisco 14) is a San Francisco based entrepreneur who’s motivated by disruption in the profit and not-for-profit/civic arenas.  Alison co-founded One Kings Lane in 2008 as an innovative, e-commerce solution for how home décor, furniture and accessories is aggregated, marketed and merchandised.  Today, Alison remains active as a Co-Founder, Co-Chairman of the Board of Directors, Spokesperson and Brand Evangelist.  Previously, Alison held digital marketing and business development positions at The Walt Disney Company, NBC and Hachette Filipacchi.  As a committed female entrepreneur, Alison serves as a mentor to up-and-coming business leaders and formally participates in Liberty Interactive’s WECN (Women’s e-commerce Network).  As a mother of three, Alison is committed to her local community.  Alison’s interest in helping individuals to achieve self-reliance thru employment led her to become actively involved with San Francisco’s JVS, the Bay Area’s pre-eminent vocational training agency.   Alison is a Wexner Heritage Fellow and was recently appointed as a 2015 Young Global Leader (YGL).   Alison received her MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management and her BS from UC Berkeley.  In addition to the One Kings Lane board, Alison serves on the boards of IfOnly, an ecommerce company, and two contemporary art institutions:  the Aspen Art Museum and the Contemporary Jewish Museum.    

Dena Schulman-Green (New England 14) is a Research Scientist in the Division of Acute Care and Health Systems at the Yale School of Nursing. She is a gerontologist whose program of research focuses on timely integration of palliative care into self-management of serious illness. Dena has long been involved in Jewish communal life and leadership. She currently sits on the Board of the New Haven Jewish Federation, serving for the past three years on the Planning and Allocations Committee. She is also a member of the Review Committee for a one million dollar grants initiative sponsored by the New Haven Jewish Federation and Jewish Foundation. She is  likewise active at her local day school, Ezra Academy. Previously, Dena has served on the Board of the New Haven Jewish Home for Aged, on the Hanefesh Region Youth Commission of United Synagogue, and as Youth Chair and Kiddush Coordinator at her synagogue, Temple Beth Sholom in Hamden, CT. Dena and her husband, Eric Green, a tax attorney, live in Woodbridge, CT with their four children, Eve (11), Benjamin (8), Mia (8), and Lily (7).    



Welcome to Class 29 of the Wexner Israel Fellowship

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