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May 25, 2022

Emerging Leaders to Receive Awards at 84th Annual Meeting

Five emerging leaders will be honored at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation 84th Annual Meeting, Thursday, June 2 at the Hilton Miami Downtown. Jaclyn Bergman and Keith Ginsburg will be honored with the Stanley C. Myers Presidents’ Leadership Award, while Lecia Rothman and Yosef Shwedel will receive the Sandra C. Goldstein Young Leadership Award. The Robert Russell Fellowship Award will be presented to Dr. Jaime Ghitelman. To learn more about the award winners, click here. We will also honor Outgoing Board Chair Isaac K. “Ike” Fisher and Immediate Past Board Chair Jeffrey Scheck for their service. The Annual Meeting is being chaired by Robert G. Berrin, Steven J. Brodie and Hedy and Daniel Whitebook, and will include a kosher buffet dinner. For more information and to RSVP, click here.

Don’t Miss Miami’s Jewish Community Study

Don’t Miss Miami’s Jewish Community Study

Don’t miss your last chance to participate in the Miami Jewish Community Study! The Miami-Dade Jewish Community Study is a once-a-decade study sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and conducted by the Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies at Brandeis University in partnership with NORC at the University of Chicago. The study will provide vital information on the number and makeup of Jewish households in Miami-Dade County, as well as their attitudes and needs.

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Women Lead Federation

Women Lead Federation

For the first time in the history of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, two women assume the organization’s top leadership positions. Lily Serviansky will become Chair of the Board and Mojdeh Khaghan Danial will serve as General Campaign Chair, following their installation at Federation’s 86th Annual Meeting, on Thursday, May 30 at 5:30 p.m. at the Jungle Island Ballroom.

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Federation Participates in Collaborative Grant-Making

Federation Participates in Collaborative Grant-Making

Federation continues to prioritize the support of women and girls in the aftermath of the October 7 terrorist attacks, this time, in partnership with 10 other nonprofit organizations through the Jewish Women’s Collective Response Fund.

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Volunteer to Chat With Ukrainians

Volunteer to Chat With Ukrainians

Make a difference in the lives of Ukrainians impacted by the ongoing conflict by volunteering to help improve their English through Connect for Good: Chat With Ukraine.

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