Tuesday October 29th 4-6 pm
WHAT: “The Changing Character of Jewish Philanthropy,” is the subject of the inaugural Taub Lecture on the American Jewish Community presented by New York University’s joint Wagner School of Public Service Skirball Program in Nonprofit Management and Judaic Studies and NYU’s Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies.
WHO: Naomi Levine, senior advisor to NYU president John Sexton and executive director of the NYU Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising
Mrs. Levine, until recently NYU’s senior vice president for external affairs, raised more than $2.5 billion in over 20 years service at the University. A graduate of Columbia Law School, she served as National Executive Director of the American Jewish Conference, from 1971 to 1978. Mrs. Levine was the first woman to head a major national Jewish organization.
WHEN: Tuesday October 29, 2002 Lecture begins at 4:00 pm, with a reception to follow
WHERE: New York University’s King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center 53 Washington Square South, 1st Floor