As a Wexner Heritage Alumni Delegates Council project, Michele Sackheim-Wein is launching a
virtual book salon to further knit together the Wexner Alumni Network
through substantive learning and conversation.  Read The Aleppo Codex,by Matti Friedman, and join us for an intimate discussion and Q & A with the author, who will join us from Jerusalem for this discussion on Sunday, October 6th, 5 pm ET.

Please email me to receive dial-in instructions, or if you’d like to help organize future book salons – the aim is to do them quarterly.

Michele Sackheim-Wein, a Wexner Heritage Alumna originally from LA Bank of America,
now lives in Chicago with her husband Joe (also an alum from Chicago
I-99) and serves as a delegate on the Wexner Heritage Alumni Delegates
Council. Michele is involved in AIPAC and Keshet, a grass-roots
organization devoted to working toward full inclusion in the Jewish
community/world for LGBT Jews. Michele has also served as National
Chair, OTZMA Chair, Jewish Peoplehood and Identity for JFNA. Michele can
be reached at

the author:  Matti Friedman’s work as a reporter has taken him from
Lebanon to Morocco, Cairo, Moscow and Washington, D.C., and to conflicts
in Israel and the Caucasus. He has been a correspondent for the
Associated Press, where he specialized in religion and archaeology in
Israel and the Palestinian territories, and for the Jerusalem Report,
and currently writes for the Times of Israel. He grew up in Toronto and
lives in Jerusalem.