Personally Delivered: Making Everyone Count in an Election

Personally Delivered: Making Everyone Count in an Election
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Sam Novey

CEO | Mile 22 Associates

Sam Novey offers a paradigm-shifting way to think about elections and what they mean by using the model of the seder and its mandate to make sure that every single person feels that they were personally deli... See more

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Do First, Understand Later | My Jewish Learning

The Jews accepted the Torah with the statement "naaseh v'nishma" -- we will do and we will hear. Judaism is often said to be a religion of deed rather than of intention.

Do First, Understand Later | My Jewish Learning

The Jews accepted the Torah with the statement "naaseh v'nishma" -- we will do and we will hear. Judaism is often said to be a religion of deed rather than of intention.

Do First, Understand Later | My Jewish Learning

The Jews accepted the Torah with the statement "naaseh v'nishma" -- we will do and we will hear. Judaism is often said to be a religion of deed rather than of intention.

Sam  Novey, 

CEO | Mile 22 Associates

Sam is an expert in voting rights and voter mobilization based in Baltimore. He currently serves as CEO of Mile 22 Associates, a firm focused on lifting up the efforts of local institutions and organizations across the country working to build a better democracy. As a member of Beth Am Congregation and a graduate of Krieger Schechter Day School, Sam brings a Jewish lens to all of his work and is inspired by the Jewish tradition to approach the problems of American democracy with long-term approaches that sustainably improve our civic rituals around voting and elections.