ABOUT ELI TALKS
Who is ELI Talks? Meet the Speakers
WHAT ARE ELI TALKS?
THE PEOPLE THAT BRING ELI TALKS TO YOU
Mary, Executive Director
Susan, Chief Growth Officer | ELI Talks
Susan Horowitz has over 20 years of experience as a management consultant working with for-profit (including Fortune 500) and non-profit organizations in the areas of organizational effectiveness, strategy development, human and organization performance, leadership, and governance. She has worked at large and mid-size consulting firms including Accenture, KPMG Consulting, and the Hay Group. Her recent work has focused on supporting nonprofits in developing and executing on their strategies, and on strengthening and improving their organization infrastructure. Prior to consulting, Susan was a Vice President at Citibank. Susan received her M.B.A. from Tulane University’s Freeman School of Business and a Bachelor of Science, also from Tulane.
Rebecca, Speaker Fellowship Coach and Workshop Facilitator
Rebecca Joy Fletcher is an internationally recognized playwright, actress, singer, and educator. The New York Times calls her work “richly rounded and eventually heartbreaking.” Ordained as a cantor, Rebecca now devotes herself full-time to touring and teaching. Highlights include her hit off-Broadway show Kleynkunst!, her bilingual show Metropolis which premiered in Paris in 2012; Cities of Light, which has been presented around the world, including productions in Jerusalem, Chicago, and London; and Ringing True, which premiered at the Miami Theater Center in 2016. A seasoned Jewish and arts educator, Rebecca has served as teacher, lecturer, and artist-in-residence at universities, synagogues, and schools around the US. Her grants and awards include a Wexner Foundation collaboration grant, a Theatre Communications Group-ITI grant for research and performances in Warsaw, a Confidence Foundation grant for research in Israel, and a European Association for Jewish Culture grant for work in Paris. Rebecca is a proud member of the Association for Jewish Theater, the Wexner Graduate Fellowship, the American Conference of Cantors, and ROI, an international network of entrepreneurs. She performs with the award-winning NYC troupe Kabarett Kollectif. She also works as an experiential educator for The ARK, Chicago's oldest Jewish poverty relief organization. www.RebeccaJoyFletcher.com