Panel Discussion - Virtual Series - November 12, 2020

  • 11/12/2020
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Virtual Zoom Event


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“Unconscious Bias – Unveiling Racism” – Anti-Semitism –  A Panel Discussion Virtual Series – Sponsored by the SECT Women's Network

       Nov 12, 2020… The Southeastern CT Women’s Network is sponsoring a virtual panel discussion on the topic of “Anti-Semitism, Unconscious Bias – Unveiling Racism”- a free Zoom event on Thursday, November 12th from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m..

The panel will be moderated by Carin Savel, Executive Director of the Jewish Federation of Eastern CT. Prior to joining JFEC, Carin was the CEO of the Jewish Federation of Raleigh-Cary and led the Jewish Relations Committee (JCRC) of the Jewish Federation of Western Massachusetts. Before joining the Jewish professional world, Carin served for 12 years as chief of staff and policy director in the NC General Assembly. 

Free Event. Open to the public. To join the panel discussion, go to the Zoom Link:

Members of the panel include:

Avi Weinryb, Deputy Director of Combat Anti-Semitism Movement (CAM), a non-partisan global grassroots movement that fights anti-Semitism wherever it occurs. Weinryb has over a decade of professional experience in advocacy and public affairs. Prior to joining CAM, Avi was the Director of National Strategy at the JFNA’s Israel Action Network, where he helped form several national projects, including Academic Partners for Peace.

Stephanie Hausner, Deputy Director of the Israel Action Network. Hausner is responsible for strengthening the capacity of local community professionals in countering the assault on Israel’s legitimacy. Stephanie came to IAN after working in the Federation system in various capacities. A former Councilwoman, Stephanie was named one of Rockland County’s “40 Under 40” and was included in the “Jewish Week 36 Under 36.”

Steve Ginsberg, Director of the CT Anti-Defamation League. Prior to joining ADL, Steve served as Principal at Mission Measurement – a firm that works with foundations, corporations and nonprofits to predict and maximize their effectiveness and ROI (return on investment). Prior to that, he was Director of Development for ADL’s Greater Chicago/Upper Midwest Region, one of ADL’s largest offices. 

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