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The Network Power Lunch: Executives Making a Difference - Educating, Engaging and Advocating for Israel
Arnold & Porter

 The Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Washington

and

The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington

invite you to:

 The Network Power Lunch: Executives Making a Difference 
Educating, Engaging, and Advocating for Israel

Featuring:

Wayne Firestone Wayne Firestone – President and CEO, Hillel International

Hillel is the largest Jewish campus organization in the world and provides opportunities for Jewish students to explore and celebrate their Jewish identity.

kuperberg.jpg Stephen Kuperberg – Executive Director, Israel Campus Coalition (ICC)

The ICC works to empower the network of national Israel supporters, to engage leaders at colleges and universities around issues affecting Israel and to create positive campus change for Israel.

laszlo-mizrahi Jennifer Laszlo-Mizrahi – Founder and President, The Israel Project (TIP)

The Israel Project (TIP) is a non-profit educational organization that provides factual information about Israel and the Middle East to press, public officials and the public.


January 25, 2012
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
Arnold & Porter LLP (555 Twelfth Street, NW Washington DC)

Click here to RSVP or call Lissette Martinez at 301-230-7276 for more information
$12 couvert includes a kosher lunch 
 
The couvert is the fair market value of the event and is not tax-deductible.

About the speakers:

Wayne Firestone has held leadership positions in Jewish communal affairs since his undergraduate years at the University of Miami where he was a Hillel activist. Firestone was named Hillel's executive vice president for the United States in September 2005, a position that enabled him to direct the organization's U.S. operations. He simultaneously served as the staff director of Hillel's Strategic Planning Committee which has developed a five-year plan for the organization. Firestone joined Hillel in a professional capacity in September 2002 when he was appointed executive director of the Israel on Campus Coalition, a partnership of Hillel and the Schusterman Family Foundation that brings together 35 pro-Israel groups working on college campuses.

Stephen Kuperberg is the executive director of the Israel on Campus Coalition. Before taking this position, he was a partner with the international law firm of Hogan & Hartson, LLP, in Washington, D.C. He has previously served as a state and federal prosecutor, where he tried hundreds of cases before judges and juries. Before entering the field of law, Steve was a field mobilizer for AIPAC, where he worked with thousands of activists around the country to organize and advocate effectively for the pro-Israel agenda. Steve attained both his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Michigan. Following his undergraduate studies, he served as a fellowship volunteer on Project OTZMA, a year-long community service program in Israel.

Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi is the founder and president of The Israel Project (TIP), an international non-profit organization devoted to educating the press and the public about Israel while promoting security, freedom and peace. TIP is a non-profit educational organization that provides factual information about Israel and the Middle East to the press, policy makers and the public. Mizrahi meets regularly with top Israeli leaders including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, President Shimon Peres, Ambassador Michael Oren, and Deputy Foreign Minister Daniel Ayalon. She also works frequently with pro-Israel organizations including the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, Jewish federations, Jewish community relations councils and Hillel organizations. Mizrahi previously served as a foreign affairs legislative assistant to the U.S. Congress. The Forward newspaper has twice listed Mizrahi in its "Forward 50" most influential Jews in America.

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