It seems that every day, another story surfaces of a powerful man's pattern of sexual harassment, abuse, or assault. The Jewish community is not immune, either from this problem or from the implications of society's new willingness to take it more seriously than in the past. Jewish Funders have responsibility and power to make change. How can Jewish philanthropy use that power to address, prevent, and ultimately eradicate sexual harassment, abuse, and assault—in the organizations we fund, in our own foundations and social circles, and everywhere else?
- Lisa Eisen, Vice President, Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation
- Sara Miller, Managing Director, Richard Levin & Associates and co-author of It’s Time to Act: Ending Sexual Harassment in the Jewish Communal Space
- Rabbi David A. Teutsch, Professor Emeritus, Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, and co-author of B’tselem Elohim: Jewish Ethics, Sexual Harassment and the Workplace of the Future
- Moderator: Samantha Anderson, Senior Director of Member Services, Jewish Funders Network