24 2023

One Act, Infinite Impact: Annual Meeting 2023

7:00PM - 9:00PM  

Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center
Meeting in Reikirt Auditorium, Union Terminal 1301 Western Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45203

Contact Brianna Connock

One Act, Infinite Impact: Annual Meeting 2023


Join the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center for our 2023 Annual Meeting on October 24 as we celebrate a pivotal year of amplifying our work of ensuring history inspires transformative impact in our community.


This year’s speaker is Elisha Wiesel, the son of Holocaust survivor and Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel. Core to our mission, Elie Wiesel famously said in a speech about the perils of indifference: “The opposite of love is not hate, it’s indifference.”


As the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center grows its work in remarkable ways, be a part of our community as we showcase the ripple effects of our mission. From Upstander Award winners joining forces to tackle systemic issues in Cincinnati to local educators using our resources to reach thousands of students in profound ways, we have witnessed how one act can have infinite impact. Through countless experiences in the past year, our organization has played a part in the cascading effects of change. When we use our character strengths to lean into creating positive impact, together we can quell the rising tide of hate.


Join us, October 24, 7 p.m., at historic Union Terminal.


About Our Speaker: Elisha Wiesel


Elisha is a recovering Wall Street executive. He is now a Founding Partner, and Chief Risk Officer, of ClearAlpha Technologies.


Elisha spent 25 years at Goldman Sachs, 15 of them as a partner, innovating in software, markets and risk management. He served as the Chief Risk Officer of the Securities Division for seven years, and as the Chief Information Officer of the Firm for three years.


As a board member of Good Shepherd Services, Elisha raised millions of dollars for New York’s neediest by reinventing “Midnight Madness” as an all-night charity event, serving up elaborate puzzles on city streets to hundreds of finance professionals.


Elisha writes opinion pieces, and engages in public speaking and advocacy, as ways of remembering his father with others who miss him.


Elisha is currently chairing Entrio (an Israeli FinTech start-up), rebooting the Elie Wiesel Foundation, volunteering as a ski patroller (even though he rides a snowboard), learning a little Talmud every day, and generally trying to be a good father, husband, and son.