Schusterman leadership fellows named

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
April 19, 2016 02:14

 
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The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation announced Monday that it has selected 29 outstanding Jewish professional and volunteer leaders from around the world for the second cohort of the Schusterman Fellowships.

They hail from Jewish and secular organizations in five countries across North America, Israel, Australia, South Africa and Europe. The fellowship is an executive-level leadership program that features custom-built professional development experiences and supports fellows in pursuing initiatives to address specific needs within their organizations.

Through the program, the 29 fellows will gain critical leadership skills, form a strategic network of peers and maximize their potential for fostering Jewish organizational and societal change.

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