All events are Eastern Time unless otherwise indicated.
Date(s) - Jan 22
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Approximately 8,000 individuals participated in the first national study of Jewish grandparents. Commissioned by the Jewish Grandparents Network, the study provides in-depth quantitative data on the demographics, attitudes, behaviors and aspiration and invaluable insights into Jewish observance and aspirations and intergenerational relations and dynamics.
David Raphael, Co-Founder and CEO of the Jewish Grandparents Network will provide a full briefing on the study and its findings with specific focus on the findings that impact professionals and leaders of Jewish Human Service organizations.
David has spent virtually all his professional career in Jewish communal service. A graduate of Albany University and the Columbia University School of Social Work, he spent 30 years in Hillel including roles as Assistant International Director, Executive Director of Hillel of Greater Baltimore and Senior Campus Liaison for Hillel International. David was also the founding Executive Director of the Floortime Foundation, an organization seeking to advance new approaches to treating children with autism spectrum disorders, and the Executive Director of the Maryland Teen Initiative, where he developed new approaches to engaging Jewish youth. David and his wife Jo live in Atlanta, have three grown children and one granddaughter.
Non-members may register by contacting Karen Rosen.