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April 20, 2018  RSS feed
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Jewish Leadership Training Institute invites 13 years of alumni to first reunion on May 23


The JLTI class of 2017- 2018 graduated during a special ceremony at this year’s Tampa Bay Jewish Film Festival. ( L-R) : Yoni Haim, Jeff Katzman, Aaron Slavin, Jessica Schneider, Lance Misztal, Luy Teitelroit, Brian Waksman, David Goldschein, Cory Kleinman, Lauryn Solomon, Loren Pincus, Abby Altman, Nathan Black and Jacklyn Steinberg. Not pictured: Michael Schwartz. The JLTI class of 2017- 2018 graduated during a special ceremony at this year’s Tampa Bay Jewish Film Festival. ( L-R) : Yoni Haim, Jeff Katzman, Aaron Slavin, Jessica Schneider, Lance Misztal, Luy Teitelroit, Brian Waksman, David Goldschein, Cory Kleinman, Lauryn Solomon, Loren Pincus, Abby Altman, Nathan Black and Jacklyn Steinberg. Not pictured: Michael Schwartz. Graduates of the Jewish Leadership Training Institute (JLTI) are invited to an evening of reconnecting and networking during the program’s first reunion on Wednesday, May 23.

Since 2007, JLTI, a joint program of the Tampa JCCs and Federation and the Jewish Federation of Pinellas and Pasco Counties, has invited emerging young leaders from the Tampa Bay area to participate in an innovative, 11-session, leadership development experience. Graduates have held leadership positions on boards and committees of local Jewish organizations and agencies on both sides of the Bay and have also made lifelong friendships and connections to other young professionals.

“With more than 200 alumni in our Jewish Leadership Training Institute network, many of whom have been actively involved in leadership roles in the Jewish community, we look forward to creating opportunities for meaningful connection,” said Lisa Robbins, director of Young Adult Engagement for the Tampa JCCs & Federation.

The reunion will be held from 7-8:30 p.m. at a private residence. Hors d’oeuvres and desserts will be served. The reunion is sponsored by Aaron and Cherie Silberman.

There is no cost to attend this event. RSVP for catering purposes and to receive address details to www.jewishtampa.com/impact.

The JLTI program is open to young Jewish adults, ages 25-40 with a passion for making a difference and who want to take a leadership role in making the Jewish community stronger. The 2018-2019 JLTI class will meet every other Monday evening from October through March. The cost to participate is $99, which includes course materials and dinner during each session.

For more information and to apply for the program, contact Robbins at lisa.robbins@jewishtampa.com or (813) 769-4723. Space is limited to 25 people.


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