From eJewish Philanthropy (June 25, 2021)
Rabbi Rebecca Sirbu has worked in Jewish Community Centers, large nonprofits and small startups. She has run drumming circles, rabbinic networks and websites. The connective tissue is her passion for drawing on Jewish wisdom to heal others, and that’s what she’s determined to bring to her new job as executive vice president at the Jewish Funders Network (JFN), Sirbu told eJewishPhilanthropy.
“Foundations need help in the work of healing others,” she said. “We’re helping bring together foundations so that they can help heal the world.”
Read the full article by Helen Chernikoff in eJewish PhilanthropyShare