Daniel Elbaum is the Assistant Executive Director and Managing Director of the Department of Regional Offices at AJC. He is a brother-alum of AEPi’s Delta Chapter at the University of Illinois.
By Daniel Elbaum
Three Vital Life Lessons I Learned From My Jewish Fraternity
The following is adapted from an address Daniel Elbaum delivered at Alpha Epsilon Pi’s 2017 International Convention: Every fraternity story that I have ends the same way. “Thank God, there were no smart phones then.” While that remains true, after holding senior positions at two major Jewish organizations, I find myself thinking back with gratitude…
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