The artwork on this note card was created by 5768 WRJ Art Calendar artist Césan d’Ornellas Levine.
How are you telling the story of your youth programming? Would it be helpful for you to have clear data to use for fundraising efforts or to create reports for your Synagogues board or Youth Advisory Committee? Learn how one congregation is using tracked data such as participation, expenses, and programmatic success help push your programming to the next level.
Are you already using data to push your programming? Learn how the Westchester Children Association is using limited resources to creatively utilize data to share the story of their work.
Denise joined Westchester Children’s Association in March 2016 as the Communications and Data Associate. Denise graduated Cum Laude from the College of Charleston. After graduating college, Denise worked at the Westchester Coalition for the Hungry and Homeless, Inc. and then at the Food Bank for Westchester as the Programs Services Coordinator, where she oversaw a network of over 150 feeding agencies & managed the Senior Grocery feeding program. During her time at the Food Bank, Denise received a certificate in Nonprofit Leadership from Fordham University.
Derek proudly serves at Adath Emanu-El as the Director of Youth Engagement. Derek graduated from the College of Wooster in 2011, served twice as an AmeriCorps member. He lives in Moorestown, NJ with his wife Courtney and their two dogs, Flapjack and Waffles, and their two cats, Nava and Independence.
Aaron is a life-long educator with experience in all age ranges, from early primary through adult learning. Throughout his career, Aaron has fostered a desire to make the learning experience better and more meaningful for students, no matter the setting, and he could not be happier than working in Jewish Education, doing what he calls the best work of his life.