A Renaissance in Jewish Life

After a year of research and writing at Harvard on the issues of Jewish Renaissance and the imperative for institutional change, I joined Hebrew College to create a Kennedy School for the Jewish people.

Recreating Hebrew College  as a small university dedicated to training leaders for Jewish societies worldwide and as a source for innovative solutions to  the Jewish people's most pressing problems in modernity was a five year, full-time project.

By 2005 the college was experiencing record enrollment, record fundraising and had developed an international footprint. Having achieved my goals, I moved on to further my other Jewish public service pursuits.  

Below is the presentaion I was invited to make to the Executive Service Corps of Massachusetts on how effective strategic planning turned Hebrew College from a financially struggling entity with a small local impact into a international center for training Jewish leadership for the 21st century.

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