Monthly Archives: October 2015

Noam Neusner, 30 Point Strategies

Noam Neusner draws on more than two decades of communications experience gained from working in the private sector, U.S. government, and as a journalist. This knowledge, combined with strong writing skills, allows him to help clients develop messages that shape opinion, inform the public, and achieve their goals. Noam has extensive experience in speechwriting and
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State Delegate Marc Korman, (MD)

Marc Korman was elected to the Maryland House of Delegates in 2014. He was born and raised in Montgomery County. Marc attended Montgomery County Public Schools and graduated from Richard Montgomery High School. He attended college at the University of Southern California and returned to Montgomery County while working on Capitol Hill. On Capitol Hill,
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State Delegate Marc Korman, (MD)

Marc Korman was elected to the Maryland House of Delegates in 2014. He was born and raised in Montgomery County. Marc attended Montgomery County Public Schools and graduated from Richard Montgomery High School. He attended college at the University of Southern California and returned to Montgomery County while working on Capitol Hill. On Capitol Hill,
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Jill Hoyt, Creative Community for Peace

Jill Hoyt is the Director of Creative Community for Peace. She has a rich background in the non-profit and business sectors including connecting creative professionals from around the world with Israel through high level exchange programs and Master Classes. Just prior to joining CCFP, Hoyt served as the Director for the Jerusalem Foundation’s West Coast
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Avi Weinryb, JFNA/JCPA JCPAIsrael Action Network

Avi Weinryb, IAN’s Assistant Director of Community Strategy and Communications, manages national organizing campaigns focused on developing, supporting and growing a collective of advocates across multiple disciplines to counter attacks on Israel’s legitimacy. In this role, he identifies and coordinates teams of faculty and other professionals, fostering relationships and creating resources to further their engagement
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Adam Maslia, Israel on Campus Coalition

A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Adam graduated from the College of Charleston with a bachelor of science degree in communication and minors in Jewish studies and psychology. While in Charleston, Adam became an outspoken advocate for the State of Israel and was involved in the pro-Israel and Jewish community through internships with JNF, AJC, the
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Tamar Abrams, International Food Policy Research Institute

Tamar Abrams is the Head of Outreach for the International Food Policy Research Institute in DC, and has been a communications professional focused on women and children and global health for the past 31 years. She is a frequent contributor to Huffington Post and writes for numerous magazines. She has provided media training to over
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Jewish Role in Civil Rights Work in the 21st Century

For decades, advancing civil rights and building a pluralistic and open American society has been a key priority for the Jewish community. Now, fifty years after the landmark legislation of the 19060’s — including Civil Rights Act and Voting Rights Acts—we confront both some of the same challenges and emerging issues. Join us to discuss
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