Demographic and spiritual challenges have produced great uncertainty among our leading rabbis of what the future holds for Jews. Here’s what they say.
Our rabbis all agree Jewish poverty is pervasive — and swept under the rug. What to do about it is where many disagree.
This week, we asked our rabbis, “What are Jews? — a race, a religion, a culture, an ethnicity, a nation?” Here are their responses:
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Republican Jewish Coalition Executive Director Matthew Brooks made $632,950 in 2016. Their total expenses were less than $4.6 million.
Ron Leibowitz succeeded Lisa Lynch as Brandeis’ President last year.
CFO-turned-CEO Jeffrey Cooper has managed the organization’s finances quite well.
The preeminent Jewish environmental organization seems to be doing well in financial terms.
CEO Russell Robinson made $435,011 last year, among other findings.
The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership has a history of submitting financial disclosures late.