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GIVE AND TAKE - The Purpose, Process, and Progress of Philanthropy

02:29:00

Nov 22, 2021 07:57 PM

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Rabbi Simon Jacobson
Rabbi Simon Jacobson is the author of the best-selling book Toward a Meaningful Life. Rabbi Jacobson heads The Meaningful Life Center, which bridges the secular and the spiritual, through a wide variety of live and on-line programming. The Meaningful Life Center presents to people of all backgrounds the universal teachings of Torah as a blueprint for life. Jacobson is one of the greatest scholars and sought after speakers in the Jewish world today. He has lectured to diverse audiences on six continents and in forty states on psycho-spiritual issues and applying Jewish thought to contemporary life. His voice is rooted in the timeless teachings of Torah, yet at the same time is profoundly timely, relevant, unique, and cutting edge.
Getzy Fellig
Getzy is the co-founder of AB Asset Management. He leads and oversees acquisitions and investments. before AB, Getzy was CEO of LROI Properties. He played a direct role in transacting, developing, and managing over 2,000,000 square feet of residential and commercial real estate in New York, Florida, and Georgia. Growing up, his parents ran a non-profit which allowed him to be involved in the world of charity from a very young age. Getzy went on to found Nadanu Technologies, which provides online and mobile fundraising solutions for religious organizations to collect donations through websites.
Eli Nash
Eli Nash is the CEO of JEG & Sons Inc. Eli founded JEG & Sons in 2006 to bring no contract and unlocked phones to US e-tailers and retailers. Under his guidance, JEG grew from a startup to an industry leader servicing retail giants such as Walmart, Amazon, Best Buy, Target and many others. In addition to his business accomplishments, Eli has taken active role in the non-profit world. Eli is passionate about empowering others to speak up and to use their voice to be an agent of change in their community.