2018-03-28 / Federation

Charlene Green to participate in prestigious program


CHARLENE GREEN…learning specialist for the Jewish Federation. CHARLENE GREEN…learning specialist for the Jewish Federation. Creating meaningful experiences that engage young adults with the Jewish community is among the top priorities for the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey. It’s part of the broader vision for a vibrant collective Jewish present and future. That’s why the Federation is proud to announce that thanks to an effort led by The Jewish Federations of North

America, the work with people in their 20s and 30s will advance further.

Selected from among a group of peers from across the continent, Charlene Green, specialist for learning and Leadership and

Community Engagement for the Federation’s Center for Impact

& Innovation, has been named a Next Gen Jewish Federation

Fellow.

This 18-month comprehensive program, made possible by the

Jim Joseph Foundation, offers participants the tools and training they need to lead this critically important work. Joining forces for the first time, JFNA has brought together the North Carolina based Center for Creative Leadership and the Jerusalem-based M2: The Institute for Experiential Jewish Education to develop coursework and meaningful experiences that grow Federation professionals’ leadership skills and connects them more deeply to Judaism.

“We are so excited to have one of our own receive the honor of being accepted into this amazing new program,” said Jennifer Dubrow Weiss, Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey CEO. “One of our core values is a commitment to our Jewish community and we can only grow as a community if we engage and develop the leaders of tomorrow in the work we’re doing through the Jewish Federation family.”

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