The artwork on this note card was created by 5768 WRJ Art Calendar artist Césan d’Ornellas Levine.
Sometimes when you’re wrapped up in planning the perfect program, you can forget that there are lots of other people and organizations out there with the same goal. Why not work together? Join us for a webinar on how to optimize your programming by working with outside organizations. Learn how strong partnerships in the local and secular community can enrich your programs and events, and why it really is better to work together.
Logan has been lucky enough to work with the Regional Director of NFTY’s Chicago Area Region since 2011, helping strengthen congregational youth programs and mentoring a stellar group of teens who make her proud every day. Originally from Chicago, Logan found a second home in her high school youth group, followed by eight life-changing summers on staff and faculty at OSRUI. She studied Sociology and Religious Studies at the University of Wisconsin, Madison before returning to the Windy City to get a Masters in social administration and social work from the University of Chicago. In her free time, Logan volunteers with the American Cancer Society developing volunteer leaders.
Rabbi Jay TelRav has served for more than five years as the spiritual leader of Temple Sinai of Stamford, CT. Rabbi TelRav was ordained from the New York campus of HUC-JIR and is an alumnus of the Institute for Jewish Spirituality. He has served as rabbi to the men and women of the U.S. Navy/Marines, the Boy Scout community of Philmont Scout Ranch and the individuals with developmental disabilities of the Detroit community. Joy, mindfulness, and holiness are all essential to Rabbi TelRav’s personal expression of Judaism as he works to enhance the Kehillah Kedoshah – the Sacred Community of Temple Sinai.