2019 Annual Meeting

FEDTalks

Celebrating Community Strength

THURSDAY, SEPT. 5  |  7 P.M.  |  AUGUST WILSON CENTER

Photo: Joshua Franzos

The Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh

2019 Annual Meeting

August Wilson Center, 980 Liberty Ave., Pittsburgh 15222
Thursday, Sept. 5 | 7–8 p.m., Program; 8–9 p.m., Dessert Reception

Dessert Reception
Dessert Reception
Dietary Laws Observed
$10 Preregistration
$20 at the Door
Free Parking
Valet Provided

Preregistration closes 10 a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 3.
At the Sept. 5 meeting, walk-in registration opens at 6:30 p.m.
Cost at the door: $20.

Featuring FED Talks Insights From

Healers Working Locally, Nationally and Worldwide

Jonathan Weinkle

JONATHAN WEINKLE, MD

A physician at the Squirrel Hill Health Center, Dr. Weinkle advises the Jewish Healthcare Foundation and is the author of Healing People, Not Patients. Dr. Weinkle’s book shows how his goal of being “a nice Jewish doctor” can deepen relationships and transform health care.

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Rabbi Shira Stern

RABBI SHIRA STERN, DMin

As a disaster spiritual care provider for the American Red Cross, Rabbi Stern helps people “access their own spiritual resources.” She serves as the director of the Center for Pastoral Care and Counseling, in Marlboro, N.J. In addition to authoring her own works, she is consulting editor of Mishkan R’fuah: Where Healing Resides.

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James E. Young

JAMES E. YOUNG, PhD

Dr. Young’s international career has focused on understanding the Holocaust and helping the grief-stricken. Recipient of the 1994 National Jewish Book Award and Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of English and Judaic & Near Eastern Studies at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Dr. Young asks: How to articulate a void without filling it?

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Celebrate Dedicated Community Leaders
2019 Award Recipients

Farrell Rubenstein

Photo: David Bachman

FARRELL RUBENSTEIN

Emanuel Spector Memorial Award

Daniel Marcus

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DANIEL MARCUS

Doris & Leonard H. Rudolph
Jewish Communal Professional Award

The Pittsburgh Jewish Community’s Strength and Achievements

Jewish Federation leaders will report on a year without precedent.

Meryl Ainsman

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MERYL K. AINSMAN

Chair of the Board

Jeffrey H. Finkelstein

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JEFFREY H. FINKELSTEIN

President & CEO

Where is it?

August Wilson African American Cultural Center

Valet parking available.
Public parking at the Westin Convention Center Garage (10th & Penn) and the
Grant Street Transportation Center (11th & Penn).

August Wilson Center
In Downtown Pittsburgh's Cultural District
August Wilson Center

980 Liberty Avenue | Pittsburgh, PA 15222

The annual meeting is underwritten by a grant from the Lillian & Dr. Henry J. Goldstein Annual Meeting Endowment Fund of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh's Jewish Community Foundation.

Questions?

Call 412-992-5251.


The full inclusion of people of all abilities is a core value of the Pittsburgh Jewish community.
Please discuss disability-related accommodations with the contact person for this event.

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