The Princeton Jewish Alumni Organization invites you to participate in a panel and conversation highlighting Princeton Jewish Experiences Across The Generations with alumni from the 1960’s to the 2010’s. We’ll share recollections and uncover common themes whether being Jewish was a significant part of your Princeton experience or was of little consequence.
We’ll gather on Sunday November 13th at 2:00 at Gann Academy in Waltham. A reception will follow the presentation where you can meet Boston-area alumni across a range of ages and professions. The event is open to all alumni, their families and Princeton parents. We’re grateful for co-sponsorship from the Princeton Association of New England.
Our panelists are:
Dr. Morton Kahan ’64, Surgeon & Rhodes Scholar
Robin Herman ’73, Writer & Journalist
Shira Goodman ’83, Chief Executive of Staples Inc.
Rabbi Michelle Fisher ’94, Executive Director of MIT Hillel
Sarah Lux ’12, MBA Candidate at the Harvard Business School
Jonathan Golden ’95, Senior Professional Development Advisor and History Teacher at Gann Academy, will be our moderator.
The panelists will also share information about their current professional and community involvements and welcome you to discuss those with them at the reception following the program.
We hope you’ll come and contribute your impressions — whatever they might be — and add your unique piece to the mosaic of our Princeton experience.
The event is free but reservations are required. Please RSVP by clicking Go to join us for an engaging and illuminating afternoon. We’ll provide transportation from the Alewife and Riverside T and offer ride-sharing.+ More... - Less...
333 Forest St
Waltham, MA 02452
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