Sitting in the ‘driver’s seat of Jewish destiny’

Newly appointed AJC President Harriet Schleifer discusses mounting global antisemitism and fighting for Israel in the corridors of power.

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June 13, 2019 17:09
Sitting in the ‘driver’s seat of Jewish destiny’

Harriet Schleifer at the AJC Global Forum in 2019. (photo credit: AJC)

 
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As anyone who attends policy conferences knows, a person’s badge lanyard tells a story. At the most basic level, it reveals one’s name, location and what s/he does for a living. And for participants deeply involved in an organization, glossy ribbons are hung below denoting the special departments one belongs to within the organization.

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