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Who Counts? Race and the Jewish Future
Ilana Kaufman, Public Affairs and Civic Engagement Director for Jewish Community Relations Council, San Francisco
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When Jews count themselves, it matters. So who really counts? Ilana Kaufman issues a challenge to the Jewish community on race.
Themes: Community  Leadership  
DATE POSTED:  08-05-2015 MORE ABOUT THE TALK

The racial and ethinic makeup of America is changing, and with it the face of the American Jewish community; are our communal institutions equipped to deal with this change? In a powerful and personal talk, Ilana Kaufman makes the case for counting - and accounting for - all the Jewish people.

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When Jews count themselves, it matters. So who really counts? Ilana Kaufman issues a challenge to the Jewish community on race.
ABOUT THE TALK

The racial and ethinic makeup of America is changing, and with it the face of the American Jewish community; are our communal institutions equipped to deal with this change? In a powerful and personal talk, Ilana Kaufman makes the case for counting - and accounting for - all the Jewish people.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Ilana has twenty years of leadership, community building and organizational development experience. She serves as a strategic thought partner to Jewish and secular organizations working on issues of equity and justice, and sits on Bend the Arc's Regional Council. Ilana works with JCRC--San Francisco as a Public Affairs and Civic Engagement Director, and prior to that appointment was a program officer at the San Francisco Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund. She has a Master's Degree in Educational Pedagogy from Mills College, and is energized by complex problems with solutions that require innovative designs. Ilana has been featured in the Jewish Times of America and the J Weekly, and has published articles in eJewish Philanthropy, The Foundation Review and Independent School Magazine. Ilana is also an urban farmer with a passion for creating bee and butterfly habitats that are edible and, excited to craft all things fermented, frozen, distilled and leavened, leads a secret life as a creator of culinary goodness.

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MEET Ilana Kaufman

Ilana has twenty years of leadership, community building and organizational development experience. She serves as a strategic thought partner to Jewish and secular organizations working on issues of equity and justice, and sits on Bend the Arc's Regional Council. Ilana works with JCRC--San Francisco as a Public Affairs and Civic Engagement Director, and prior to that appointment was a program officer at the San Francisco Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund. She has a Master's Degree in Educational Pedagogy from Mills College, and is energized by complex problems with solutions that require innovative designs. Ilana has been featured in the Jewish Times of America and the J Weekly, and has published articles in eJewish Philanthropy, The Foundation Review and Independent School Magazine. Ilana is also an urban farmer with a passion for creating bee and butterfly habitats that are edible and, excited to craft all things fermented, frozen, distilled and leavened, leads a secret life as a creator of culinary goodness.

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