The President’s Council

In our 2018 – 2019 academic year, please join us as we continue to build a vibrant, pluralistic Jewish community through our enduring core values – love of Torah, communal responsibility, and creativity.

Your participation in the President’s Council will provide essential resources for Hebrew College. As a Council member, you will have the opportunity to meet with President Anisfeld and to serve the College in an advisory capacity, whether as a member of a committee of the Board of Trustees, or in another role.

We invite you to join Hebrew College’s 2018-2019 President’s Council with a gift at one of the following levels.

Partners/Shutafim

For a contribution of $10,000 to $24,999, become one of our President’s Council Shutafim, Partners. In addition to all of the benefits of Shabbat Table Haverim, the President will choose a recently published book by a member of the Hebrew College faculty for you, personally signed by the author.

Lifelong Learners/Talmidim

For a contribution of $25,000 to $49,999, become one of our President’s Council Talmidim, Learners. In addition to all of the benefits above, you may enroll as our guest in a Hebrew College community course, in person or online.

Builders/Bonim

For a contribution of $50,000 to $99,999, become one of our President’s Council Bonim, Builders. In addition to all of the benefits above, you will be invited each semester to the President’s Council breakfast and study session with a senior member of the Hebrew College faculty.

Founders/Meyasdim

For a contribution of $100,000 or more, become one of our President’s Council Meyasdim, Founders. In addition to all of the benefits above, you will be invited to meet privately with the President to share some her favorite chocolates, and toast l’chaim! to the future of Hebrew College.

Please email advancement@hebrewcollege.edu if you would like to assist President Anisfeld in an advisory role as a member of the 2018-2019 President’s Council. We welcome your counsel in a way that fits with your personal interests and the needs of the College. We will be in touch to discuss this in further detail with you.

President’s Council and Shabbat Table Members (2018-2019)

President’s Council
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Susan and Aron Ain
Mark Atkins
Ruth Bork, Kerry Dugan, and Ted Bork
Marsha and Harvey Chasen
Chleck Family Foundation
Rabbi Sharon and Shimon Cohen Anisfeld
Cohen Family
Leslie and Alan Crane
Janine and Jevin Eagle
Lori and Michael Gilman
Beth and Larry Greenberg
Patti and Louis Grossman
The Richard & Natalie Jacoff Foundation Inc.
Rita J. & Stanley H. Kaplan Family Foundation
Barbara and Leo Karas
Rabbi Jamie and Harold Kotler
Daniel Miller
Tara Mohr and Eric Ries
Rabbi Suzanne and Andy Offit
Rabbi Sonia and Ned Saltzman
Rabbi Becky Silverstein and Naomi Sobel
Richard Slifka
Myra and Robert Snyder
Denise Sobel
Arnee R. and Walter A. Winshall


Shabbat Table

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Geraldine Acuña Sunshine and Gabriel Sunshine
Rabbi Adina Allen & Jeff Kasowitz and Pat & John Allen
Rabbi Ezra Balser, Rabbi Aliza Berger, and Rabbi David Winship
Robert Bonney and Gay Lee Ludwig-Bonney
Renata Brailovsky
Carol and Carl Chudnofsky
Dale-Harverd Family
Rabbi David Ellenson, President, Hebrew Union College
Renee and Steven Finn
Lillian and Richard Gray
Danya Handelsman and Jed Shugerman
Elizabeth and Dan Jick
Judith and William Kates
Janice Gross and Stephen Klar
Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum and Randi Weingarten
Rabbi Van Lanckton and Alice Lanckton
Ruth Langer and Jonathan D. Sarna
Erin Leib-Smokler and Daniel Smokler
Beth and Michael Moskowitz
Jennifer Howe Peace
The Rabbinical School of Hebrew College Class of 2008
Rudnick Charitable Foundation
Rabbi Ma’ayan and Rick Sands
Ellen and Steven Segal
The Shapiro Pogrebin Foundation
Leslie and Alan Sherman
Linda Sloane Kay and Barry Sloane
Sarah Sonnenfeld
Torah Babes

384 Campus: Congregation Kehillath Israel and Congregation Mishkan Tefila
Temple Beth David of the South Shore
Temple Beth Elohim, Wellesley
The Clergy of Temple Israel of Boston: Rabbi Elaine Zecher; Cantor Roy Einhorn; Rabbi Matt Stoffer; Rabbi Suzie Jacobson; Rabbi Jen Gubitz; Rabbi Bernard Mehlman; Rabbi Ronne Friedman

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