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Leaders-in-training learn about both sides of philanthropy; tour One Buc Place


(L-R back row): Rachel Golden, Emily Arthur, Jonathan Katzeff, Avi Marcus, Michael Rosenbach, Sam Schnapf, and Steven Shapiro (L-R, front row): Lewis Chazan, Emilie Socash, Jessica Englehard, Sam Eshelman, Rachel Dawkins, Rachel March, Alanna Drasin, Katie Habgood, Michal Waldman, Ciara Kauffman, Alison Work, and Bryan Glazer (L-R back row): Rachel Golden, Emily Arthur, Jonathan Katzeff, Avi Marcus, Michael Rosenbach, Sam Schnapf, and Steven Shapiro (L-R, front row): Lewis Chazan, Emilie Socash, Jessica Englehard, Sam Eshelman, Rachel Dawkins, Rachel March, Alanna Drasin, Katie Habgood, Michal Waldman, Ciara Kauffman, Alison Work, and Bryan Glazer The Jewish Leadership Training Institute (JLTI) got a guided tour of the Tampa Bay Bucs’ facilities at One Buc Place, led by Bucs Co-Chairman Bryan Glazer, on Tuesday, Nov. 15.

The group learned about both the giving and receiving sides of philanthropy from Glazer and Emilie Socash, executive director of the Jewish Federation of Pinellas & Pasco Counties and Executive Director of the TOP Jewish Foundation. The two led a discussion on philanthropy, giving participants a more complete picture of the process of giving money and asking for money. Glazer not only spoke on philanthropy and led the Bucs’ tour, but also joined with the class for dinner.

JLTI participant Emily Arthur found the evening to be impactful. “What I took away from Tuesday’s session was how genuinely I felt that Bryan Glazer cared about our class and community, and wanted to invest his time in us. I felt that as excited as we were to meet with him, he was equally as excited to meet with us – the future Jewish leaders of Tampa Bay. That was inspiring. I took away so much insight from Emilie and his discussion.”

The visit to the Bucs was one in a series of 11 programs and events aimed to encourage and develop emerging young leaders from the Tampa Bay area and inspire them to take on leadership roles in their local Jewish communities through education and empowerment.


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