How did you first get involved in Cincinnati 2020?
Back in 2010, I was asked to be part of the Jewish Learning and Identity Team that was coordinated by Rabbi Coran and Rabbi Jaffee. The strategic planning process was just beginning to take shape under Andy Berger. Currently, I am part of the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati’s Innovation Council, which is in its infancy, and will be a strong signal to Jewish Cincinnati that innovation is a valued and critical ingredient in actualizing the potential of Cincinnati 2020.
Why is the work of Cincinnati 2020 important?
It brings the community together around common values and goals. By focusing our efforts on Cincinnati 2020, we will be able to deeply enrich our lives, our children’s lives, and the lives of future generations. The take away: we all can—and must—be a part of actualizing the potential of Jewish Cincinnati. More >