For the love of Jerusalem

A chat with Johanna Arbib Perugia, president of the Jerusalem Foundation.

June 15, 2017 16:52
Johanna Arbib Perugia

Arbib with (from left) Mayor Nir Barkat and New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft at the celebration for the Jerusalem Foundation’s 50th anniversary, at New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art in September 2016. (photo credit: JERUSALEM FOUNDATION)


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By now, Johanna Arbib Perugia realizes how demanding her job can be, but even so, feels blessed to have taken up the task.

While in Israel for extended celebrations of the 50th anniversary of Jerusalem’s reunification, the incumbent Jerusalem Foundation president met with In Jerusalem to speak about her vision for the foundation and her love of the holy city.


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