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Sunday, June 17 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Facing forward: future-proofing the Australian Jewish community

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Armed with the insights of over 8,000 Jewish Australians in Gen17, we turn to leaders of both established and grassroots organisations to map out the future of the Sydney Jewish community. How will we use the data to ensure our community flourishes? What changes will we need to make to adapt to new needs and outlooks? Most importantly, where are we headed?

Moderators
avatar for Jake Campbell

Jake Campbell

Jake has been in the young adult Jewish communal space since 2009. Now the Executive Director of the Australasian Union of Jewish Students (AUJS), Jake was a student leader at AUJS from 2009 until 2013, becoming National Development Convener, where he led AUJS's campaigns, conferences... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Donny Janks

Donny Janks

Donny is a politically progressive Jew from Sydney. He has a background in Habonim Dror as a madrich and chairperson, and works in informal education at Emanuel School and Emanuel Synagogue. Donny is passionate about engaging young Jews through new channels for participation, expression... Read More →
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Tamara Samuel

Tamara has been the CEO of Shalom since November 2016. Tamara has led strategy and management teams at the Boston Consulting Group, Commonwealth Bank, Qantas, Jurlique skincare and NARS cosmetics. Prior to Shalom, she was on the JCA strategic planning committee. She was involved in... Read More →
avatar for Claire Vernon

Claire Vernon

Claire has been CEO of JewishCare since 2007. She trained as a social worker in the 1970s and then spent over 10 years as a front-line caseworker, which informed her work in developing and implementing government policy and programs in diverse areas such as women's health, crime prevention... Read More →


Sunday June 17, 2018 3:00pm - 4:00pm
TEL AVIV ROOM

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