Join Rabbi Deborah Waxman and fellow leaders Cheryl Cook, CEO of Avodah; Cindy Greenberg, CEO of Repair the World; and Ilana Aisen, CEO of JPro, on Wednesday, April 3 at 7 p.m. EDT | 6 p.m. CDT | 5 p.m. MDT | 4 p.m. PDT for this special one-hour virtual event, also featuring Seth L. Rosen, chair of Reconstructing Judaism’s board of governors, and Rabbi Sandra Lawson, Director of Racial Diversity, Equity & Inclusion.
Your tax-deductible registration supports Reconstructing Judaism’s Momentum Campaign, powering Reconstructing Judaism’s impact and effectiveness for generations to come.
If you would like to make a gift via check, wire, securities or donor advised fund, or have other questions, please contact Rachel Swartz Robinson at email@example.com.
This year, Reconstructing Judaism is honoring its leader, Rabbi Deborah Waxman, for her 10 trailblazing years as president and CEO. Deborah has met turbulent times with hope and resolve, projecting a vision of Judaism that inspires people to share wisdom, connect in community, prioritize inclusion, innovate for future generations and build resilience to surmount obstacles. Don’t miss your chance to honor her and experience a conversation with other pioneering female leaders about the lessons of the past decade, and the hopeful progress to come. As part of your registration, sign our virtual tribute wall.
The virtual event will be recorded and shared out to those who register.
When Jewish women lead...
Wisdom is activated
Reconstructionist Rabbinical College (RRC) was founded as an egalitarian institution and has, for over 50 years, educated rabbis who have touched countless lives across the world, sharing a forward-looking approach to Judaism rooted in tradition.
Community is nurtured
Reconstructing Judaism’s Thriving Communities department supports 94 affiliated congregations and havurot on three continents, offering a uniquely Reconstructionist conception of belonging.
Inclusion is centered
Reconstructing Judaism is committed to expanding access to vibrant Jewish living while remaining rooted in tradition. We realize this goal through our programs in justice, equity, diversity and inclusion.
Innovation is cultivated
Through online platforms like Ritualwell & Evolve and entrepreneurial training initiatives at RRC, Reconstructing Judaism inspires new conceptions of Jewish engagement and community.
Resilience is strengthened
Through our affiliated communities, digital platforms, rabbinic education and more, we pioneer ideas and programs to help people find hope in the face of challenge.
Inspiration is accelerated
Reconstructing Judaism serves as the flame keeper of the Reconstructionist approach, championing ideas, policies and advocacy in service of the evolving Jewish civilization for generations to come.