We have made terrific strides in some areas of Jewish communal life towards equality, but hiring women at senior levels isn’t one of them.
If women are not seen as credible authorities, it is no wonder that they are not acknowledged as leaders.
Letter: As a lesbian rabbi and leader of the Reconstructionist movement, the gender gap at Jewish non-profits is profoundly familiar to me.
Ari Berman recently took over as Yeshiva University’s president.
The Forward’s counterpart in Jewish media runs a tight ship in financial terms.
The LA federation’s leader made $525,594 in 2016, among other findings.
The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership has a history of submitting financial disclosures late.
Marvin Hier made the most money of any Jewish nonprofit exec in 2016 at a cool $818,148 — not to mention the additional $600k his family members made.
Though revenues have slightly decreased, the social justice organization has tightened its belt in the process.
Check out last year’s finances for New York’s Jewish federation.