Millennials on the Move: Leading us into the Future
A seminar designed for Millennials who are aspire to attain community leadership positions
Monday, March 20, 2017 at 7 p.m.
Young Israel of Lawrence Cedarhurst
8 Spruce St, Cedarhurst, NY 11516
Dinner will be served
Special Remarks by Charlie Harary
Topics will include:
- Using Teams to Do the Work of Intergenerational Synagogues
- Understanding and Solving Problems, Even Crises!
- Navigating the Lay/Pro Partnership
- Contemporary Business Models and the Changing Synagogue
Rachel Cyrulnik is Partner at ALTRUICITY, a nonprofit consulting firm, where she helps dozens of diverse organizations secure tens of millions of dollars. She is an expert in creating and sustaining nonprofit models, identifying new target markets, and cultivation and solicitation strategies. Prior to that, Rachel established the infrastructure and funding model at the YU School Partnership (YUSP) and three community campaigns at UJA-Federation of New York. At YUSP, Rachel raised and stewarded millions of dollars in grants from national and local foundations as well as doubled contributions from individual donors year over year.
Rachel holds a B.A. in Journalism from Yeshiva University and an MPA from New York University where she specialized in nonprofit management. She is a frequently published contributor to thought leadership and a sought-after speaker in the Jewish community and the nonprofit sector.
Rabbi Ari Sytner is a therapist, Huffington Post Blogger, licensed social worker, author of The Kindey Donor’s Journey and the Director of Leadership and Community Development at Yeshiva University’s Center for the Jewish Future. Training community lay leaders, rabbis, and rabbinic students in the art of Jewish leadership, Rabbi Sytner uses his talents and passions to inspire the full spectrum of the Jewish people and to help build healthier models for successful synagogues, with a particular focus on millennial engagement. Rabbi Sytner is originally from Monsey, NY. A student of Rabbi Berel Wein, he has served on the pulpit for 13 years energizing out-of-town communities including Des Moines, Iowa and Charleston, South Carolina. He holds a Bachelors in psychology, a Masters in education, a Masters in social work and is currently completing a Ph.D. in Social Work. He lives in Bergenfield, New Jersey with his wife Chana and four children.