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Leslie Stahl

Lesley Stahl, one of America’s most recognized and experienced broadcast journalists, has been a 60 Minutes correspondent since March 1991. The 2020-2021 season marked her 30th on the broadcast.

Stahl’s 2013 series on Guantanamo Bay, in which she gained unprecedented access to its prison
facilities, was honored with an Edward R. Murrow award in 2014. In the same year, she won two
Emmys, her 10th and 11th, one for the Guantanamo series and another for an eye-opening story about China’s huge real estate bubble. Among Stahl’s crowning achievements is the Life Time Achievement Emmy she was awarded in 2003 for excellence in reporting.

After four decades as a reporter, Stahl says the most vivid and transforming experience of her life was not covering the White House, interviewing heads of state, or any other of her stories at 60 Minutes. It was becoming a grandmother. Stahl’s Becoming Grandma: The Joys and Science of the New Grandparenting was released in April 2016. The New York Times best-seller explores how grandparenting changes your life – for the better – with personal stories and interviews with famous and the not-so-famous grandmothers, as well as scientists and historians.

Leslie Stahl

Lesley Stahl, one of America’s most recognized and experienced broadcast journalists, has been a 60 Minutes correspondent since March 1991. The 2020-2021 season marked her 30th on the broadcast.

Stahl’s 2013 series on Guantanamo Bay, in which she gained unprecedented access to its prison
facilities, was honored with an Edward R. Murrow award in 2014. In the same year, she won two
Emmys, her 10th and 11th, one for the Guantanamo series and another for an eye-opening story about China’s huge real estate bubble. Among Stahl’s crowning achievements is the Life Time Achievement Emmy she was awarded in 2003 for excellence in reporting.

After four decades as a reporter, Stahl says the most vivid and transforming experience of her life was not covering the White House, interviewing heads of state, or any other of her stories at 60 Minutes. It was becoming a grandmother. Stahl’s Becoming Grandma: The Joys and Science of the New Grandparenting was released in April 2016. The New York Times best-seller explores how grandparenting changes your life – for the better – with personal stories and interviews with famous and the not-so-famous grandmothers, as well as scientists and historians.

Leslie Stahl

Lesley Stahl, one of America’s most recognized and experienced broadcast journalists, has been a 60 Minutes correspondent since March 1991. The 2020-2021 season marked her 30th on the broadcast.

Stahl’s 2013 series on Guantanamo Bay, in which she gained unprecedented access to its prison
facilities, was honored with an Edward R. Murrow award in 2014. In the same year, she won two
Emmys, her 10th and 11th, one for the Guantanamo series and another for an eye-opening story about China’s huge real estate bubble. Among Stahl’s crowning achievements is the Life Time Achievement Emmy she was awarded in 2003 for excellence in reporting.

After four decades as a reporter, Stahl says the most vivid and transforming experience of her life was not covering the White House, interviewing heads of state, or any other of her stories at 60 Minutes. It was becoming a grandmother. Stahl’s Becoming Grandma: The Joys and Science of the New Grandparenting was released in April 2016. The New York Times best-seller explores how grandparenting changes your life – for the better – with personal stories and interviews with famous and the not-so-famous grandmothers, as well as scientists and historians.

Leslie Stahl

Lesley Stahl, one of America’s most recognized and experienced broadcast journalists, has been a 60 Minutes correspondent since March 1991. The 2020-2021 season marked her 30th on the broadcast.

Stahl’s 2013 series on Guantanamo Bay, in which she gained unprecedented access to its prison
facilities, was honored with an Edward R. Murrow award in 2014. In the same year, she won two
Emmys, her 10th and 11th, one for the Guantanamo series and another for an eye-opening story about China’s huge real estate bubble. Among Stahl’s crowning achievements is the Life Time Achievement Emmy she was awarded in 2003 for excellence in reporting.

After four decades as a reporter, Stahl says the most vivid and transforming experience of her life was not covering the White House, interviewing heads of state, or any other of her stories at 60 Minutes. It was becoming a grandmother. Stahl’s Becoming Grandma: The Joys and Science of the New Grandparenting was released in April 2016. The New York Times best-seller explores how grandparenting changes your life – for the better – with personal stories and interviews with famous and the not-so-famous grandmothers, as well as scientists and historians.

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Leslie Stahl

Lesley Stahl, one of America’s most recognized and experienced broadcast journalists, has been a 60 Minutes correspondent since March 1991. The 2020-2021 season marked her 30th on the broadcast.

Stahl’s 2013 series on Guantanamo Bay, in which she gained unprecedented access to its prison
facilities, was honored with an Edward R. Murrow award in 2014. In the same year, she won two
Emmys, her 10th and 11th, one for the Guantanamo series and another for an eye-opening story about China’s huge real estate bubble. Among Stahl’s crowning achievements is the Life Time Achievement Emmy she was awarded in 2003 for excellence in reporting.

After four decades as a reporter, Stahl says the most vivid and transforming experience of her life was not covering the White House, interviewing heads of state, or any other of her stories at 60 Minutes. It was becoming a grandmother. Stahl’s Becoming Grandma: The Joys and Science of the New Grandparenting was released in April 2016. The New York Times best-seller explores how grandparenting changes your life – for the better – with personal stories and interviews with famous and the not-so-famous grandmothers, as well as scientists and historians.

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Jenna Bush Hager

Jenna Bush Hager is the cohost of the fourth hour of the Today show with Hoda Kotb and the founder of the Today book club, Read with Jenna.

She is the coauthor of the #1 New York Times best seller Ana's Story: A Journey of Hope, which she wrote after traveling to Latin America in 2006 as an intern with UNICEF. Ana's Story is based on the life of a 17-year-old single mother with HIV, who struggles to shield her child from the life she had of abuse and neglect. Jenna remains involved with UNICEF and is currently the chair of its Next Generation initiative, which is dedicated to reducing childhood deaths around the world.

Jenna is also the coauthor of two #1 New York Times bestselling children's books that she wrote with her mother, Laura—Our Great Big Backyard and Read All About It—as well as the #1 New York Times bestsellers Sisters First, written with her sister, Barbara, in both adult and children’s editions. Jenna’s most recent book, Everything Beautiful in Time, shares moving, funny stories about her beloved grandparents and the wisdom they passed on that has shaped her life.

Jenna holds a bachelor's degree in English from the University of Texas at Austin. She is the daughter of former U.S. President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush. In 2008, she married Henry Hager. Jenna and Henry are the proud parents of their three children, Margaret Laura "Mila," Poppy Louise Hager, and Henry Harold “Hal” Hager.

Jenna Bush Hager

Jenna Bush Hager is the cohost of the fourth hour of the Today show with Hoda Kotb and the founder of the Today book club, Read with Jenna.

She is the coauthor of the #1 New York Times best seller Ana's Story: A Journey of Hope, which she wrote after traveling to Latin America in 2006 as an intern with UNICEF. Ana's Story is based on the life of a 17-year-old single mother with HIV, who struggles to shield her child from the life she had of abuse and neglect. Jenna remains involved with UNICEF and is currently the chair of its Next Generation initiative, which is dedicated to reducing childhood deaths around the world.

Jenna is also the coauthor of two #1 New York Times bestselling children's books that she wrote with her mother, Laura—Our Great Big Backyard and Read All About It—as well as the #1 New York Times bestsellers Sisters First, written with her sister, Barbara, in both adult and children’s editions. Jenna’s most recent book, Everything Beautiful in Time, shares moving, funny stories about her beloved grandparents and the wisdom they passed on that has shaped her life.

Jenna holds a bachelor's degree in English from the University of Texas at Austin. She is the daughter of former U.S. President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush. In 2008, she married Henry Hager. Jenna and Henry are the proud parents of their three children, Margaret Laura "Mila," Poppy Louise Hager, and Henry Harold “Hal” Hager.

Jenna Bush Hager

Jenna Bush Hager is the cohost of the fourth hour of the Today show with Hoda Kotb and the founder of the Today book club, Read with Jenna.

She is the coauthor of the #1 New York Times best seller Ana's Story: A Journey of Hope, which she wrote after traveling to Latin America in 2006 as an intern with UNICEF. Ana's Story is based on the life of a 17-year-old single mother with HIV, who struggles to shield her child from the life she had of abuse and neglect. Jenna remains involved with UNICEF and is currently the chair of its Next Generation initiative, which is dedicated to reducing childhood deaths around the world.

Jenna is also the coauthor of two #1 New York Times bestselling children's books that she wrote with her mother, Laura—Our Great Big Backyard and Read All About It—as well as the #1 New York Times bestsellers Sisters First, written with her sister, Barbara, in both adult and children’s editions. Jenna’s most recent book, Everything Beautiful in Time, shares moving, funny stories about her beloved grandparents and the wisdom they passed on that has shaped her life.

Jenna holds a bachelor's degree in English from the University of Texas at Austin. She is the daughter of former U.S. President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush. In 2008, she married Henry Hager. Jenna and Henry are the proud parents of their three children, Margaret Laura "Mila," Poppy Louise Hager, and Henry Harold “Hal” Hager.

Jenna Bush Hager

Jenna Bush Hager is the cohost of the fourth hour of the Today show with Hoda Kotb and the founder of the Today book club, Read with Jenna.

She is the coauthor of the #1 New York Times best seller Ana's Story: A Journey of Hope, which she wrote after traveling to Latin America in 2006 as an intern with UNICEF. Ana's Story is based on the life of a 17-year-old single mother with HIV, who struggles to shield her child from the life she had of abuse and neglect. Jenna remains involved with UNICEF and is currently the chair of its Next Generation initiative, which is dedicated to reducing childhood deaths around the world.

Jenna is also the coauthor of two #1 New York Times bestselling children's books that she wrote with her mother, Laura—Our Great Big Backyard and Read All About It—as well as the #1 New York Times bestsellers Sisters First, written with her sister, Barbara, in both adult and children’s editions. Jenna’s most recent book, Everything Beautiful in Time, shares moving, funny stories about her beloved grandparents and the wisdom they passed on that has shaped her life.

Jenna holds a bachelor's degree in English from the University of Texas at Austin. She is the daughter of former U.S. President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush. In 2008, she married Henry Hager. Jenna and Henry are the proud parents of their three children, Margaret Laura "Mila," Poppy Louise Hager, and Henry Harold “Hal” Hager.

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Jenna Bush Hager

Jenna Bush Hager is the cohost of the fourth hour of the Today show with Hoda Kotb and the founder of the Today book club, Read with Jenna.

She is the coauthor of the #1 New York Times best seller Ana's Story: A Journey of Hope, which she wrote after traveling to Latin America in 2006 as an intern with UNICEF. Ana's Story is based on the life of a 17-year-old single mother with HIV, who struggles to shield her child from the life she had of abuse and neglect. Jenna remains involved with UNICEF and is currently the chair of its Next Generation initiative, which is dedicated to reducing childhood deaths around the world.

Jenna is also the coauthor of two #1 New York Times bestselling children's books that she wrote with her mother, Laura—Our Great Big Backyard and Read All About It—as well as the #1 New York Times bestsellers Sisters First, written with her sister, Barbara, in both adult and children’s editions. Jenna’s most recent book, Everything Beautiful in Time, shares moving, funny stories about her beloved grandparents and the wisdom they passed on that has shaped her life.

Jenna holds a bachelor's degree in English from the University of Texas at Austin. She is the daughter of former U.S. President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush. In 2008, she married Henry Hager. Jenna and Henry are the proud parents of their three children, Margaret Laura "Mila," Poppy Louise Hager, and Henry Harold “Hal” Hager.

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Mandana Dayani

Mandana Dayani is an attorney, entrepreneur, angel investor, and the Creator and Co-founder of I am a voter a nonpartisan civic engagement organization. She is a proven leader with experience building and launching brands across entertainment, media, fashion, tech, politics, biotech, and beauty.

Mandana began her career as a corporate attorney at international law firm, Paul Hastings. She then worked as a commercial talent agent before going in house with client, Rachel Zoe, where she launched and lead the company’s initiatives in business development, digital media, strategic investments, licensing, publishing, endorsements, and television production. After 6 years, Mandana joined EBTH as Chief Brand Officer where she served as part of the leadership team which raised $84.5 million in venture capital, built its strategy and teams across all its consumer-facing functions, and developed, sold and served as the Executive Producer of its eponymous TV show on HGTV. She is the founder of The Learning Series, an event series for women leaders, and serves as an advisor to several female founded companies. In 2018, Mandana created and co-founded I am a voter., which has since generated billions of media impressions and has partnered with hundreds of companies such as the NBA, CAA, Disney, Sony, NFL, Paramount, Bumble, Gap, H&M, Snapchat, Instagram, Tom Ford, and CFDA, to promote civic engagement. In 2020, she co-hosted The Dissenters podcast with actress and activist, Debra Messing, where they highlighted the journeys of 20 of their heroes in an effort to inspire activism in others.

Mandana earned her JD from the USC Gould School of Law and her BA from the University of Southern California. She is an immigrant from Iran and lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their two daughters. She credits her experience immigrating to the United States as a religious refugee as one of the most formative inspirations behind her activism.

Mandana Dayani

Mandana Dayani is an attorney, entrepreneur, angel investor, and the Creator and Co-founder of I am a voter a nonpartisan civic engagement organization. She is a proven leader with experience building and launching brands across entertainment, media, fashion, tech, politics, biotech, and beauty.

Mandana began her career as a corporate attorney at international law firm, Paul Hastings. She then worked as a commercial talent agent before going in house with client, Rachel Zoe, where she launched and lead the company’s initiatives in business development, digital media, strategic investments, licensing, publishing, endorsements, and television production. After 6 years, Mandana joined EBTH as Chief Brand Officer where she served as part of the leadership team which raised $84.5 million in venture capital, built its strategy and teams across all its consumer-facing functions, and developed, sold and served as the Executive Producer of its eponymous TV show on HGTV. She is the founder of The Learning Series, an event series for women leaders, and serves as an advisor to several female founded companies. In 2018, Mandana created and co-founded I am a voter., which has since generated billions of media impressions and has partnered with hundreds of companies such as the NBA, CAA, Disney, Sony, NFL, Paramount, Bumble, Gap, H&M, Snapchat, Instagram, Tom Ford, and CFDA, to promote civic engagement. In 2020, she co-hosted The Dissenters podcast with actress and activist, Debra Messing, where they highlighted the journeys of 20 of their heroes in an effort to inspire activism in others.

Mandana earned her JD from the USC Gould School of Law and her BA from the University of Southern California. She is an immigrant from Iran and lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their two daughters. She credits her experience immigrating to the United States as a religious refugee as one of the most formative inspirations behind her activism.

Mandana Dayani

Mandana Dayani is an attorney, entrepreneur, angel investor, and the Creator and Co-founder of I am a voter a nonpartisan civic engagement organization. She is a proven leader with experience building and launching brands across entertainment, media, fashion, tech, politics, biotech, and beauty.

Mandana began her career as a corporate attorney at international law firm, Paul Hastings. She then worked as a commercial talent agent before going in house with client, Rachel Zoe, where she launched and lead the company’s initiatives in business development, digital media, strategic investments, licensing, publishing, endorsements, and television production. After 6 years, Mandana joined EBTH as Chief Brand Officer where she served as part of the leadership team which raised $84.5 million in venture capital, built its strategy and teams across all its consumer-facing functions, and developed, sold and served as the Executive Producer of its eponymous TV show on HGTV. She is the founder of The Learning Series, an event series for women leaders, and serves as an advisor to several female founded companies. In 2018, Mandana created and co-founded I am a voter., which has since generated billions of media impressions and has partnered with hundreds of companies such as the NBA, CAA, Disney, Sony, NFL, Paramount, Bumble, Gap, H&M, Snapchat, Instagram, Tom Ford, and CFDA, to promote civic engagement. In 2020, she co-hosted The Dissenters podcast with actress and activist, Debra Messing, where they highlighted the journeys of 20 of their heroes in an effort to inspire activism in others.

Mandana earned her JD from the USC Gould School of Law and her BA from the University of Southern California. She is an immigrant from Iran and lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their two daughters. She credits her experience immigrating to the United States as a religious refugee as one of the most formative inspirations behind her activism.

Mandana Dayani

Mandana Dayani is an attorney, entrepreneur, angel investor, and the Creator and Co-founder of I am a voter a nonpartisan civic engagement organization. She is a proven leader with experience building and launching brands across entertainment, media, fashion, tech, politics, biotech, and beauty.

Mandana began her career as a corporate attorney at international law firm, Paul Hastings. She then worked as a commercial talent agent before going in house with client, Rachel Zoe, where she launched and lead the company’s initiatives in business development, digital media, strategic investments, licensing, publishing, endorsements, and television production. After 6 years, Mandana joined EBTH as Chief Brand Officer where she served as part of the leadership team which raised $84.5 million in venture capital, built its strategy and teams across all its consumer-facing functions, and developed, sold and served as the Executive Producer of its eponymous TV show on HGTV. She is the founder of The Learning Series, an event series for women leaders, and serves as an advisor to several female founded companies. In 2018, Mandana created and co-founded I am a voter., which has since generated billions of media impressions and has partnered with hundreds of companies such as the NBA, CAA, Disney, Sony, NFL, Paramount, Bumble, Gap, H&M, Snapchat, Instagram, Tom Ford, and CFDA, to promote civic engagement. In 2020, she co-hosted The Dissenters podcast with actress and activist, Debra Messing, where they highlighted the journeys of 20 of their heroes in an effort to inspire activism in others.

Mandana earned her JD from the USC Gould School of Law and her BA from the University of Southern California. She is an immigrant from Iran and lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their two daughters. She credits her experience immigrating to the United States as a religious refugee as one of the most formative inspirations behind her activism.

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Mandana Dayani

Mandana Dayani is an attorney, entrepreneur, angel investor, and the Creator and Co-founder of I am a voter a nonpartisan civic engagement organization. She is a proven leader with experience building and launching brands across entertainment, media, fashion, tech, politics, biotech, and beauty.

Mandana began her career as a corporate attorney at international law firm, Paul Hastings. She then worked as a commercial talent agent before going in house with client, Rachel Zoe, where she launched and lead the company’s initiatives in business development, digital media, strategic investments, licensing, publishing, endorsements, and television production. After 6 years, Mandana joined EBTH as Chief Brand Officer where she served as part of the leadership team which raised $84.5 million in venture capital, built its strategy and teams across all its consumer-facing functions, and developed, sold and served as the Executive Producer of its eponymous TV show on HGTV. She is the founder of The Learning Series, an event series for women leaders, and serves as an advisor to several female founded companies. In 2018, Mandana created and co-founded I am a voter., which has since generated billions of media impressions and has partnered with hundreds of companies such as the NBA, CAA, Disney, Sony, NFL, Paramount, Bumble, Gap, H&M, Snapchat, Instagram, Tom Ford, and CFDA, to promote civic engagement. In 2020, she co-hosted The Dissenters podcast with actress and activist, Debra Messing, where they highlighted the journeys of 20 of their heroes in an effort to inspire activism in others.

Mandana earned her JD from the USC Gould School of Law and her BA from the University of Southern California. She is an immigrant from Iran and lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their two daughters. She credits her experience immigrating to the United States as a religious refugee as one of the most formative inspirations behind her activism.

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Brooke Goldstein

Brooke Goldstein is a New York City-based human rights attorney, author, and award-winning filmmaker. She serves as Executive Director of The Lawfare Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness about and facilitating a response to the abuse of Western legal systems and human rights law.

Brooke’s first book, co-authored with Aaron Eitan Meyer and entitled Lawfare: The War Against Free Speech: A First Amendment Guide For Reporting in an Age of Islamist Lawfare, gives practical guidance to journalists who wish to speak truthfully about the national security threats faced by liberal democracies. Brooke’s award-winning documentary film, The Making of a Martyr, uncovers the illegal, state-sponsored indoctrination and recruitment of Palestinian children for suicide-homicide attacks. Filming Martyr, Brooke secured firsthand interviews with active and armed members of the Al-Aqsa, Fatah, Islamic Jihad, and Hamas terrorist groups as well as with families of suicide bombers, children imprisoned for attempting to blow themselves up, teachers at terrorist-run schools, and others involved in the phenomenon of child suicide bombing. Martyr was broadcast on television stations throughout the globe and is ranked as IMDb’s seventh most popular title on the West Bank.Brooke is a regular commentator on FOX News and has been featured in several media, including CNN, The New York Sun, Swindle Magazine, Defense Technology International, and on WABC News Talk Radio, and has been published in a variety of sources, including the New York Daily News, Commentary Magazine, The American Spectator, The Counter Terrorist Magazine, Special Ops Magazine, and others.

She also hosts the television series Outspoken on Jewish Broadcasting Service (JBS) and is a contributor at Newsmax.Brooke is the 2007 recipient of the E. Nathaniel Gates Award for Outstanding Public Advocacy and the 2009 Inspire! Award bestowed by the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, was listed in 2009 as one of “36 Under 36 Young Innovators” by the Jewish Week, formerly served as an adjunct fellow at the Hudson Institute, and is currently a Term Member at the Council on Foreign Relations, an associate fellow at the Henry Jackson Society, a Lincoln Fellow at the Claremont Institute, a member of the Scholars for Peace in the Middle East’s (SPME) Council of Scholars, an advisory board member of Belev Echad Charity, and a board member of The Mideast Reporter. She is also a recipient of The Blue Card’s 2016 The Irene Hizme Tikkun Olam Award, the UJA’s 2017 Defender of Israel award, and Belev Echad Charity’s 2015 Pillar of Courage award. In 2019, she was inducted into the Manhattan Jewish Historical Initiative’s (MJHI) Manhattan Jewish Hall of Fame. In 2020, she was named among the JNS top 40 global advocates for Israel online.

Brooke Goldstein

Brooke Goldstein is a New York City-based human rights attorney, author, and award-winning filmmaker. She serves as Executive Director of The Lawfare Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness about and facilitating a response to the abuse of Western legal systems and human rights law.

Brooke’s first book, co-authored with Aaron Eitan Meyer and entitled Lawfare: The War Against Free Speech: A First Amendment Guide For Reporting in an Age of Islamist Lawfare, gives practical guidance to journalists who wish to speak truthfully about the national security threats faced by liberal democracies. Brooke’s award-winning documentary film, The Making of a Martyr, uncovers the illegal, state-sponsored indoctrination and recruitment of Palestinian children for suicide-homicide attacks. Filming Martyr, Brooke secured firsthand interviews with active and armed members of the Al-Aqsa, Fatah, Islamic Jihad, and Hamas terrorist groups as well as with families of suicide bombers, children imprisoned for attempting to blow themselves up, teachers at terrorist-run schools, and others involved in the phenomenon of child suicide bombing. Martyr was broadcast on television stations throughout the globe and is ranked as IMDb’s seventh most popular title on the West Bank.Brooke is a regular commentator on FOX News and has been featured in several media, including CNN, The New York Sun, Swindle Magazine, Defense Technology International, and on WABC News Talk Radio, and has been published in a variety of sources, including the New York Daily News, Commentary Magazine, The American Spectator, The Counter Terrorist Magazine, Special Ops Magazine, and others.

She also hosts the television series Outspoken on Jewish Broadcasting Service (JBS) and is a contributor at Newsmax.Brooke is the 2007 recipient of the E. Nathaniel Gates Award for Outstanding Public Advocacy and the 2009 Inspire! Award bestowed by the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, was listed in 2009 as one of “36 Under 36 Young Innovators” by the Jewish Week, formerly served as an adjunct fellow at the Hudson Institute, and is currently a Term Member at the Council on Foreign Relations, an associate fellow at the Henry Jackson Society, a Lincoln Fellow at the Claremont Institute, a member of the Scholars for Peace in the Middle East’s (SPME) Council of Scholars, an advisory board member of Belev Echad Charity, and a board member of The Mideast Reporter. She is also a recipient of The Blue Card’s 2016 The Irene Hizme Tikkun Olam Award, the UJA’s 2017 Defender of Israel award, and Belev Echad Charity’s 2015 Pillar of Courage award. In 2019, she was inducted into the Manhattan Jewish Historical Initiative’s (MJHI) Manhattan Jewish Hall of Fame. In 2020, she was named among the JNS top 40 global advocates for Israel online.

Brooke Goldstein

Brooke Goldstein is a New York City-based human rights attorney, author, and award-winning filmmaker. She serves as Executive Director of The Lawfare Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness about and facilitating a response to the abuse of Western legal systems and human rights law.

Brooke’s first book, co-authored with Aaron Eitan Meyer and entitled Lawfare: The War Against Free Speech: A First Amendment Guide For Reporting in an Age of Islamist Lawfare, gives practical guidance to journalists who wish to speak truthfully about the national security threats faced by liberal democracies. Brooke’s award-winning documentary film, The Making of a Martyr, uncovers the illegal, state-sponsored indoctrination and recruitment of Palestinian children for suicide-homicide attacks. Filming Martyr, Brooke secured firsthand interviews with active and armed members of the Al-Aqsa, Fatah, Islamic Jihad, and Hamas terrorist groups as well as with families of suicide bombers, children imprisoned for attempting to blow themselves up, teachers at terrorist-run schools, and others involved in the phenomenon of child suicide bombing. Martyr was broadcast on television stations throughout the globe and is ranked as IMDb’s seventh most popular title on the West Bank.Brooke is a regular commentator on FOX News and has been featured in several media, including CNN, The New York Sun, Swindle Magazine, Defense Technology International, and on WABC News Talk Radio, and has been published in a variety of sources, including the New York Daily News, Commentary Magazine, The American Spectator, The Counter Terrorist Magazine, Special Ops Magazine, and others.

She also hosts the television series Outspoken on Jewish Broadcasting Service (JBS) and is a contributor at Newsmax.Brooke is the 2007 recipient of the E. Nathaniel Gates Award for Outstanding Public Advocacy and the 2009 Inspire! Award bestowed by the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, was listed in 2009 as one of “36 Under 36 Young Innovators” by the Jewish Week, formerly served as an adjunct fellow at the Hudson Institute, and is currently a Term Member at the Council on Foreign Relations, an associate fellow at the Henry Jackson Society, a Lincoln Fellow at the Claremont Institute, a member of the Scholars for Peace in the Middle East’s (SPME) Council of Scholars, an advisory board member of Belev Echad Charity, and a board member of The Mideast Reporter. She is also a recipient of The Blue Card’s 2016 The Irene Hizme Tikkun Olam Award, the UJA’s 2017 Defender of Israel award, and Belev Echad Charity’s 2015 Pillar of Courage award. In 2019, she was inducted into the Manhattan Jewish Historical Initiative’s (MJHI) Manhattan Jewish Hall of Fame. In 2020, she was named among the JNS top 40 global advocates for Israel online.

Brooke Goldstein

Brooke Goldstein is a New York City-based human rights attorney, author, and award-winning filmmaker. She serves as Executive Director of The Lawfare Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness about and facilitating a response to the abuse of Western legal systems and human rights law.

Brooke’s first book, co-authored with Aaron Eitan Meyer and entitled Lawfare: The War Against Free Speech: A First Amendment Guide For Reporting in an Age of Islamist Lawfare, gives practical guidance to journalists who wish to speak truthfully about the national security threats faced by liberal democracies. Brooke’s award-winning documentary film, The Making of a Martyr, uncovers the illegal, state-sponsored indoctrination and recruitment of Palestinian children for suicide-homicide attacks. Filming Martyr, Brooke secured firsthand interviews with active and armed members of the Al-Aqsa, Fatah, Islamic Jihad, and Hamas terrorist groups as well as with families of suicide bombers, children imprisoned for attempting to blow themselves up, teachers at terrorist-run schools, and others involved in the phenomenon of child suicide bombing. Martyr was broadcast on television stations throughout the globe and is ranked as IMDb’s seventh most popular title on the West Bank.Brooke is a regular commentator on FOX News and has been featured in several media, including CNN, The New York Sun, Swindle Magazine, Defense Technology International, and on WABC News Talk Radio, and has been published in a variety of sources, including the New York Daily News, Commentary Magazine, The American Spectator, The Counter Terrorist Magazine, Special Ops Magazine, and others.

She also hosts the television series Outspoken on Jewish Broadcasting Service (JBS) and is a contributor at Newsmax.Brooke is the 2007 recipient of the E. Nathaniel Gates Award for Outstanding Public Advocacy and the 2009 Inspire! Award bestowed by the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, was listed in 2009 as one of “36 Under 36 Young Innovators” by the Jewish Week, formerly served as an adjunct fellow at the Hudson Institute, and is currently a Term Member at the Council on Foreign Relations, an associate fellow at the Henry Jackson Society, a Lincoln Fellow at the Claremont Institute, a member of the Scholars for Peace in the Middle East’s (SPME) Council of Scholars, an advisory board member of Belev Echad Charity, and a board member of The Mideast Reporter. She is also a recipient of The Blue Card’s 2016 The Irene Hizme Tikkun Olam Award, the UJA’s 2017 Defender of Israel award, and Belev Echad Charity’s 2015 Pillar of Courage award. In 2019, she was inducted into the Manhattan Jewish Historical Initiative’s (MJHI) Manhattan Jewish Hall of Fame. In 2020, she was named among the JNS top 40 global advocates for Israel online.

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Brooke Goldstein

Brooke Goldstein is a New York City-based human rights attorney, author, and award-winning filmmaker. She serves as Executive Director of The Lawfare Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness about and facilitating a response to the abuse of Western legal systems and human rights law.

Brooke’s first book, co-authored with Aaron Eitan Meyer and entitled Lawfare: The War Against Free Speech: A First Amendment Guide For Reporting in an Age of Islamist Lawfare, gives practical guidance to journalists who wish to speak truthfully about the national security threats faced by liberal democracies. Brooke’s award-winning documentary film, The Making of a Martyr, uncovers the illegal, state-sponsored indoctrination and recruitment of Palestinian children for suicide-homicide attacks. Filming Martyr, Brooke secured firsthand interviews with active and armed members of the Al-Aqsa, Fatah, Islamic Jihad, and Hamas terrorist groups as well as with families of suicide bombers, children imprisoned for attempting to blow themselves up, teachers at terrorist-run schools, and others involved in the phenomenon of child suicide bombing. Martyr was broadcast on television stations throughout the globe and is ranked as IMDb’s seventh most popular title on the West Bank.Brooke is a regular commentator on FOX News and has been featured in several media, including CNN, The New York Sun, Swindle Magazine, Defense Technology International, and on WABC News Talk Radio, and has been published in a variety of sources, including the New York Daily News, Commentary Magazine, The American Spectator, The Counter Terrorist Magazine, Special Ops Magazine, and others.

She also hosts the television series Outspoken on Jewish Broadcasting Service (JBS) and is a contributor at Newsmax.Brooke is the 2007 recipient of the E. Nathaniel Gates Award for Outstanding Public Advocacy and the 2009 Inspire! Award bestowed by the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, was listed in 2009 as one of “36 Under 36 Young Innovators” by the Jewish Week, formerly served as an adjunct fellow at the Hudson Institute, and is currently a Term Member at the Council on Foreign Relations, an associate fellow at the Henry Jackson Society, a Lincoln Fellow at the Claremont Institute, a member of the Scholars for Peace in the Middle East’s (SPME) Council of Scholars, an advisory board member of Belev Echad Charity, and a board member of The Mideast Reporter. She is also a recipient of The Blue Card’s 2016 The Irene Hizme Tikkun Olam Award, the UJA’s 2017 Defender of Israel award, and Belev Echad Charity’s 2015 Pillar of Courage award. In 2019, she was inducted into the Manhattan Jewish Historical Initiative’s (MJHI) Manhattan Jewish Hall of Fame. In 2020, she was named among the JNS top 40 global advocates for Israel online.

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Rabbi Tamar Manasseh

Following the shooting death of Lucille Barnes in 2015, Rabbi Tamar Manasseh, a mother of 2 who grew up in Englewood and now lives in Bronzeville, rallied several other mothers and established MASK (Mothers/Men Against Senseless Killings).

In the summer of 2015, Manasseh and other parents in the community took to their local corner daily to let everyone know that they're watching.

Rabbi Tamar Manasseh

Following the shooting death of Lucille Barnes in 2015, Rabbi Tamar Manasseh, a mother of 2 who grew up in Englewood and now lives in Bronzeville, rallied several other mothers and established MASK (Mothers/Men Against Senseless Killings).

In the summer of 2015, Manasseh and other parents in the community took to their local corner daily to let everyone know that they're watching.

Rabbi Tamar Manasseh

Following the shooting death of Lucille Barnes in 2015, Rabbi Tamar Manasseh, a mother of 2 who grew up in Englewood and now lives in Bronzeville, rallied several other mothers and established MASK (Mothers/Men Against Senseless Killings).

In the summer of 2015, Manasseh and other parents in the community took to their local corner daily to let everyone know that they're watching.

Rabbi Tamar Manasseh

Following the shooting death of Lucille Barnes in 2015, Rabbi Tamar Manasseh, a mother of 2 who grew up in Englewood and now lives in Bronzeville, rallied several other mothers and established MASK (Mothers/Men Against Senseless Killings).

In the summer of 2015, Manasseh and other parents in the community took to their local corner daily to let everyone know that they're watching.

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Rabbi Tamar Manasseh

Following the shooting death of Lucille Barnes in 2015, Rabbi Tamar Manasseh, a mother of 2 who grew up in Englewood and now lives in Bronzeville, rallied several other mothers and established MASK (Mothers/Men Against Senseless Killings).

In the summer of 2015, Manasseh and other parents in the community took to their local corner daily to let everyone know that they're watching.

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Women's Health Panel

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Women's Health Panel

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Joy Bauer

Joy Bauer, MS, RDN, CDN, is one of the nation’s leading health authorities. She is the nutrition and healthy lifestyle expert for the TODAY show and the host of NBC’s Health + Happiness. She has her own Amazon Live show, Health, Happiness, Joy, where she answers viewers’ questions in real-time, cooks up mouthwatering recipes and shares her favorite products. In addition, Joy is the official nutritionist for the New York City Ballet, creator of JoyBauer.com, and a #1 New York Times bestselling author with 14 bestsellers to her credit. Her latest book, Joy Bauer’s Superfood! 150 Recipes For Eternal Youth, features delicious dishes to enhance health, boost energy and increase longevity.

In the earlier part of her career, Joy was the Director of Nutrition and Fitness for the Department of Pediatric Cardiology at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City, as well as the clinical dietitian for their neurosurgical team. One of Joy’s most rewarding experiences was creating and implementing “Heart Smart Kids,” a health program for underserved children living in Harlem. Prior to making the jump to media, she taught Anatomy & Physiology and Sports Nutrition at NYU’s School of Continuing Education, as she worked to build what would soon become the largest private nutrition center in the country.

Passionate about delivering scientifically sound, realistic information to millions of Americans, Joy has received countless awards including the National Media Excellence Award from two of the most esteemed organizations, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the American Society of Nutrition Science.

When she’s not dishing out health info or sharing tasty recipes on TV, you’ll find Joy making a mess in her kitchen or spending quality time with her husband, three kids, and fur-baby, Gatsby.

Joy Bauer

Joy Bauer, MS, RDN, CDN, is one of the nation’s leading health authorities. She is the nutrition and healthy lifestyle expert for the TODAY show and the host of NBC’s Health + Happiness. She has her own Amazon Live show, Health, Happiness, Joy, where she answers viewers’ questions in real-time, cooks up mouthwatering recipes and shares her favorite products. In addition, Joy is the official nutritionist for the New York City Ballet, creator of JoyBauer.com, and a #1 New York Times bestselling author with 14 bestsellers to her credit. Her latest book, Joy Bauer’s Superfood! 150 Recipes For Eternal Youth, features delicious dishes to enhance health, boost energy and increase longevity.

In the earlier part of her career, Joy was the Director of Nutrition and Fitness for the Department of Pediatric Cardiology at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City, as well as the clinical dietitian for their neurosurgical team. One of Joy’s most rewarding experiences was creating and implementing “Heart Smart Kids,” a health program for underserved children living in Harlem. Prior to making the jump to media, she taught Anatomy & Physiology and Sports Nutrition at NYU’s School of Continuing Education, as she worked to build what would soon become the largest private nutrition center in the country.

Passionate about delivering scientifically sound, realistic information to millions of Americans, Joy has received countless awards including the National Media Excellence Award from two of the most esteemed organizations, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the American Society of Nutrition Science.

When she’s not dishing out health info or sharing tasty recipes on TV, you’ll find Joy making a mess in her kitchen or spending quality time with her husband, three kids, and fur-baby, Gatsby.

Joy Bauer

Joy Bauer, MS, RDN, CDN, is one of the nation’s leading health authorities. She is the nutrition and healthy lifestyle expert for the TODAY show and the host of NBC’s Health + Happiness. She has her own Amazon Live show, Health, Happiness, Joy, where she answers viewers’ questions in real-time, cooks up mouthwatering recipes and shares her favorite products. In addition, Joy is the official nutritionist for the New York City Ballet, creator of JoyBauer.com, and a #1 New York Times bestselling author with 14 bestsellers to her credit. Her latest book, Joy Bauer’s Superfood! 150 Recipes For Eternal Youth, features delicious dishes to enhance health, boost energy and increase longevity.

In the earlier part of her career, Joy was the Director of Nutrition and Fitness for the Department of Pediatric Cardiology at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City, as well as the clinical dietitian for their neurosurgical team. One of Joy’s most rewarding experiences was creating and implementing “Heart Smart Kids,” a health program for underserved children living in Harlem. Prior to making the jump to media, she taught Anatomy & Physiology and Sports Nutrition at NYU’s School of Continuing Education, as she worked to build what would soon become the largest private nutrition center in the country.

Passionate about delivering scientifically sound, realistic information to millions of Americans, Joy has received countless awards including the National Media Excellence Award from two of the most esteemed organizations, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the American Society of Nutrition Science.

When she’s not dishing out health info or sharing tasty recipes on TV, you’ll find Joy making a mess in her kitchen or spending quality time with her husband, three kids, and fur-baby, Gatsby.

Joy Bauer

Joy Bauer, MS, RDN, CDN, is one of the nation’s leading health authorities. She is the nutrition and healthy lifestyle expert for the TODAY show and the host of NBC’s Health + Happiness. She has her own Amazon Live show, Health, Happiness, Joy, where she answers viewers’ questions in real-time, cooks up mouthwatering recipes and shares her favorite products. In addition, Joy is the official nutritionist for the New York City Ballet, creator of JoyBauer.com, and a #1 New York Times bestselling author with 14 bestsellers to her credit. Her latest book, Joy Bauer’s Superfood! 150 Recipes For Eternal Youth, features delicious dishes to enhance health, boost energy and increase longevity.

In the earlier part of her career, Joy was the Director of Nutrition and Fitness for the Department of Pediatric Cardiology at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City, as well as the clinical dietitian for their neurosurgical team. One of Joy’s most rewarding experiences was creating and implementing “Heart Smart Kids,” a health program for underserved children living in Harlem. Prior to making the jump to media, she taught Anatomy & Physiology and Sports Nutrition at NYU’s School of Continuing Education, as she worked to build what would soon become the largest private nutrition center in the country.

Passionate about delivering scientifically sound, realistic information to millions of Americans, Joy has received countless awards including the National Media Excellence Award from two of the most esteemed organizations, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the American Society of Nutrition Science.

When she’s not dishing out health info or sharing tasty recipes on TV, you’ll find Joy making a mess in her kitchen or spending quality time with her husband, three kids, and fur-baby, Gatsby.

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Joy Bauer

Joy Bauer, MS, RDN, CDN, is one of the nation’s leading health authorities. She is the nutrition and healthy lifestyle expert for the TODAY show and the host of NBC’s Health + Happiness. She has her own Amazon Live show, Health, Happiness, Joy, where she answers viewers’ questions in real-time, cooks up mouthwatering recipes and shares her favorite products. In addition, Joy is the official nutritionist for the New York City Ballet, creator of JoyBauer.com, and a #1 New York Times bestselling author with 14 bestsellers to her credit. Her latest book, Joy Bauer’s Superfood! 150 Recipes For Eternal Youth, features delicious dishes to enhance health, boost energy and increase longevity.

In the earlier part of her career, Joy was the Director of Nutrition and Fitness for the Department of Pediatric Cardiology at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City, as well as the clinical dietitian for their neurosurgical team. One of Joy’s most rewarding experiences was creating and implementing “Heart Smart Kids,” a health program for underserved children living in Harlem. Prior to making the jump to media, she taught Anatomy & Physiology and Sports Nutrition at NYU’s School of Continuing Education, as she worked to build what would soon become the largest private nutrition center in the country.

Passionate about delivering scientifically sound, realistic information to millions of Americans, Joy has received countless awards including the National Media Excellence Award from two of the most esteemed organizations, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the American Society of Nutrition Science.

When she’s not dishing out health info or sharing tasty recipes on TV, you’ll find Joy making a mess in her kitchen or spending quality time with her husband, three kids, and fur-baby, Gatsby.

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Judge Rachel Freier

Judge Rachel “Ruchie” Freier was the first woman from Judaism’s Hasidic community to serve as a judge in the United States.  Freier worked first as a legal secretary and, in 1994, as a paralegal at Willkie Farr & Gallagher. In 1996, she enrolled at Lander College, part of the Touro College and University System, where she became director of the women’s pre-law society, and graduated six years later with a Bachelor of Science degree in political science. She then entered Brooklyn Law School, graduating in 2005 and passing the New York State Bar exam in 2006.

Freier began her political career in 2001 as an intern in the Manhattan office of then-U.S. Senator from New York Hillary Clinton. In 2005, she founded Chasdei Devorah, Inc., a nonprofit organization that helps poor Jewish families. In 2008, she was one of the founders of B’Derech, a GED program for at-risk Haredi youth. Three years later, she founded Ezras Nashim, an all-female Orthodox Jewish volunteer EMT ambulance service. Their goal was to aid fellow women during health crises in accordance with Hasidic rules of modesty. Despite opposition from the all-male Hatzalah EMT organization, the EMS Council of NY State (SEMSCO) approved their application to provide services. Freier appeared in a 2018 documentary about Ezras Nashim, entitled 93QUEEN].

In 2016, Freier was elected Civil Court judge for the Kings County 5th judicial district in New York State.

Judge Rachel Freier

Judge Rachel “Ruchie” Freier was the first woman from Judaism’s Hasidic community to serve as a judge in the United States.  Freier worked first as a legal secretary and, in 1994, as a paralegal at Willkie Farr & Gallagher. In 1996, she enrolled at Lander College, part of the Touro College and University System, where she became director of the women’s pre-law society, and graduated six years later with a Bachelor of Science degree in political science. She then entered Brooklyn Law School, graduating in 2005 and passing the New York State Bar exam in 2006.

Freier began her political career in 2001 as an intern in the Manhattan office of then-U.S. Senator from New York Hillary Clinton. In 2005, she founded Chasdei Devorah, Inc., a nonprofit organization that helps poor Jewish families. In 2008, she was one of the founders of B’Derech, a GED program for at-risk Haredi youth. Three years later, she founded Ezras Nashim, an all-female Orthodox Jewish volunteer EMT ambulance service. Their goal was to aid fellow women during health crises in accordance with Hasidic rules of modesty. Despite opposition from the all-male Hatzalah EMT organization, the EMS Council of NY State (SEMSCO) approved their application to provide services. Freier appeared in a 2018 documentary about Ezras Nashim, entitled 93QUEEN].

In 2016, Freier was elected Civil Court judge for the Kings County 5th judicial district in New York State.

Judge Rachel Freier

Judge Rachel “Ruchie” Freier was the first woman from Judaism’s Hasidic community to serve as a judge in the United States.  Freier worked first as a legal secretary and, in 1994, as a paralegal at Willkie Farr & Gallagher. In 1996, she enrolled at Lander College, part of the Touro College and University System, where she became director of the women’s pre-law society, and graduated six years later with a Bachelor of Science degree in political science. She then entered Brooklyn Law School, graduating in 2005 and passing the New York State Bar exam in 2006.

Freier began her political career in 2001 as an intern in the Manhattan office of then-U.S. Senator from New York Hillary Clinton. In 2005, she founded Chasdei Devorah, Inc., a nonprofit organization that helps poor Jewish families. In 2008, she was one of the founders of B’Derech, a GED program for at-risk Haredi youth. Three years later, she founded Ezras Nashim, an all-female Orthodox Jewish volunteer EMT ambulance service. Their goal was to aid fellow women during health crises in accordance with Hasidic rules of modesty. Despite opposition from the all-male Hatzalah EMT organization, the EMS Council of NY State (SEMSCO) approved their application to provide services. Freier appeared in a 2018 documentary about Ezras Nashim, entitled 93QUEEN].

In 2016, Freier was elected Civil Court judge for the Kings County 5th judicial district in New York State.

Judge Rachel Freier

Judge Rachel “Ruchie” Freier was the first woman from Judaism’s Hasidic community to serve as a judge in the United States.  Freier worked first as a legal secretary and, in 1994, as a paralegal at Willkie Farr & Gallagher. In 1996, she enrolled at Lander College, part of the Touro College and University System, where she became director of the women’s pre-law society, and graduated six years later with a Bachelor of Science degree in political science. She then entered Brooklyn Law School, graduating in 2005 and passing the New York State Bar exam in 2006.

Freier began her political career in 2001 as an intern in the Manhattan office of then-U.S. Senator from New York Hillary Clinton. In 2005, she founded Chasdei Devorah, Inc., a nonprofit organization that helps poor Jewish families. In 2008, she was one of the founders of B’Derech, a GED program for at-risk Haredi youth. Three years later, she founded Ezras Nashim, an all-female Orthodox Jewish volunteer EMT ambulance service. Their goal was to aid fellow women during health crises in accordance with Hasidic rules of modesty. Despite opposition from the all-male Hatzalah EMT organization, the EMS Council of NY State (SEMSCO) approved their application to provide services. Freier appeared in a 2018 documentary about Ezras Nashim, entitled 93QUEEN].

In 2016, Freier was elected Civil Court judge for the Kings County 5th judicial district in New York State.

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Judge Rachel Freier

Judge Rachel “Ruchie” Freier was the first woman from Judaism’s Hasidic community to serve as a judge in the United States.  Freier worked first as a legal secretary and, in 1994, as a paralegal at Willkie Farr & Gallagher. In 1996, she enrolled at Lander College, part of the Touro College and University System, where she became director of the women’s pre-law society, and graduated six years later with a Bachelor of Science degree in political science. She then entered Brooklyn Law School, graduating in 2005 and passing the New York State Bar exam in 2006.

Freier began her political career in 2001 as an intern in the Manhattan office of then-U.S. Senator from New York Hillary Clinton. In 2005, she founded Chasdei Devorah, Inc., a nonprofit organization that helps poor Jewish families. In 2008, she was one of the founders of B’Derech, a GED program for at-risk Haredi youth. Three years later, she founded Ezras Nashim, an all-female Orthodox Jewish volunteer EMT ambulance service. Their goal was to aid fellow women during health crises in accordance with Hasidic rules of modesty. Despite opposition from the all-male Hatzalah EMT organization, the EMS Council of NY State (SEMSCO) approved their application to provide services. Freier appeared in a 2018 documentary about Ezras Nashim, entitled 93QUEEN].

In 2016, Freier was elected Civil Court judge for the Kings County 5th judicial district in New York State.

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Dr. Asnat Walfisch

Dr. Asnat Walfisch earned her MD at the Ben Gurion University in Israel. She completed her residency in OBGYN at Sheba Tel Hashomer Medical Center and a fellowship in Feto-maternal Medicine at Toronto University.

She is currently the Director of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Hadassah Hospital Mt. Scopus. As a physician and the director of a High-Risk Pregnancy Unit, she treats women suffering from various placenta-related pregnancy complications. Her research is devoted to both clinical as well as epidemiological and basic science aspects of the pathological human placenta. She has published multiple papers focusing on different aspects of the morbid placenta as well as epidemiological studies focused on different associations between pregnancy complications and long term health of the mother and offspring.

Dr. Asnat Walfisch

Dr. Asnat Walfisch earned her MD at the Ben Gurion University in Israel. She completed her residency in OBGYN at Sheba Tel Hashomer Medical Center and a fellowship in Feto-maternal Medicine at Toronto University.

She is currently the Director of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Hadassah Hospital Mt. Scopus. As a physician and the director of a High-Risk Pregnancy Unit, she treats women suffering from various placenta-related pregnancy complications. Her research is devoted to both clinical as well as epidemiological and basic science aspects of the pathological human placenta. She has published multiple papers focusing on different aspects of the morbid placenta as well as epidemiological studies focused on different associations between pregnancy complications and long term health of the mother and offspring.

Dr. Asnat Walfisch

Dr. Asnat Walfisch earned her MD at the Ben Gurion University in Israel. She completed her residency in OBGYN at Sheba Tel Hashomer Medical Center and a fellowship in Feto-maternal Medicine at Toronto University.

She is currently the Director of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Hadassah Hospital Mt. Scopus. As a physician and the director of a High-Risk Pregnancy Unit, she treats women suffering from various placenta-related pregnancy complications. Her research is devoted to both clinical as well as epidemiological and basic science aspects of the pathological human placenta. She has published multiple papers focusing on different aspects of the morbid placenta as well as epidemiological studies focused on different associations between pregnancy complications and long term health of the mother and offspring.

Dr. Asnat Walfisch

Dr. Asnat Walfisch earned her MD at the Ben Gurion University in Israel. She completed her residency in OBGYN at Sheba Tel Hashomer Medical Center and a fellowship in Feto-maternal Medicine at Toronto University.

She is currently the Director of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Hadassah Hospital Mt. Scopus. As a physician and the director of a High-Risk Pregnancy Unit, she treats women suffering from various placenta-related pregnancy complications. Her research is devoted to both clinical as well as epidemiological and basic science aspects of the pathological human placenta. She has published multiple papers focusing on different aspects of the morbid placenta as well as epidemiological studies focused on different associations between pregnancy complications and long term health of the mother and offspring.

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Dr. Asnat Walfisch

Dr. Asnat Walfisch earned her MD at the Ben Gurion University in Israel. She completed her residency in OBGYN at Sheba Tel Hashomer Medical Center and a fellowship in Feto-maternal Medicine at Toronto University.

She is currently the Director of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Hadassah Hospital Mt. Scopus. As a physician and the director of a High-Risk Pregnancy Unit, she treats women suffering from various placenta-related pregnancy complications. Her research is devoted to both clinical as well as epidemiological and basic science aspects of the pathological human placenta. She has published multiple papers focusing on different aspects of the morbid placenta as well as epidemiological studies focused on different associations between pregnancy complications and long term health of the mother and offspring.

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Erin Zaikis

Erin Zaikis is the founder of RISE by Sundara, an innovation fund for female entrepreneurs working on solving water, hygiene and sanitation crises that impact people living on less than $3/day. Current RISE fellows are based in Indonesia, Armenia, Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, India and Nepal.

Previously, Erin was the founder of Sundara, an organization that recycled over 1.8 million bars of hotel soap and employed 40 women full time across India, Uganda, Rwanda, South Africa and Myanmar. Sundara reached over 200,000 children each month, working with partners like Hilton, Hyatt and Marriott. Sundara has been recognized by the Huffington Post, BBC, CNN and the Government of India in it's "Swachh Bharat" (Clean India) campaign.

Erin is a Forbes 30 Under 30 (2018) and winner of the Summit Series Impact & Diversity Fellowship. Prior to Sundara, Erin was the CEO of IsraAID US, where she managed a $10 million aid program focused on disaster relief projects and led humanitarian aid missions to Nepal, Kenya (Kakuma refugee camp), Lesbos, Greece and Houston, Texas. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan and has lived in Israel, India and Thailand, before making New York City her home.

Erin Zaikis

Erin Zaikis is the founder of RISE by Sundara, an innovation fund for female entrepreneurs working on solving water, hygiene and sanitation crises that impact people living on less than $3/day. Current RISE fellows are based in Indonesia, Armenia, Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, India and Nepal.

Previously, Erin was the founder of Sundara, an organization that recycled over 1.8 million bars of hotel soap and employed 40 women full time across India, Uganda, Rwanda, South Africa and Myanmar. Sundara reached over 200,000 children each month, working with partners like Hilton, Hyatt and Marriott. Sundara has been recognized by the Huffington Post, BBC, CNN and the Government of India in it's "Swachh Bharat" (Clean India) campaign.

Erin is a Forbes 30 Under 30 (2018) and winner of the Summit Series Impact & Diversity Fellowship. Prior to Sundara, Erin was the CEO of IsraAID US, where she managed a $10 million aid program focused on disaster relief projects and led humanitarian aid missions to Nepal, Kenya (Kakuma refugee camp), Lesbos, Greece and Houston, Texas. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan and has lived in Israel, India and Thailand, before making New York City her home.

Erin Zaikis

Erin Zaikis is the founder of RISE by Sundara, an innovation fund for female entrepreneurs working on solving water, hygiene and sanitation crises that impact people living on less than $3/day. Current RISE fellows are based in Indonesia, Armenia, Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, India and Nepal.

Previously, Erin was the founder of Sundara, an organization that recycled over 1.8 million bars of hotel soap and employed 40 women full time across India, Uganda, Rwanda, South Africa and Myanmar. Sundara reached over 200,000 children each month, working with partners like Hilton, Hyatt and Marriott. Sundara has been recognized by the Huffington Post, BBC, CNN and the Government of India in it's "Swachh Bharat" (Clean India) campaign.

Erin is a Forbes 30 Under 30 (2018) and winner of the Summit Series Impact & Diversity Fellowship. Prior to Sundara, Erin was the CEO of IsraAID US, where she managed a $10 million aid program focused on disaster relief projects and led humanitarian aid missions to Nepal, Kenya (Kakuma refugee camp), Lesbos, Greece and Houston, Texas. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan and has lived in Israel, India and Thailand, before making New York City her home.

Erin Zaikis

Erin Zaikis is the founder of RISE by Sundara, an innovation fund for female entrepreneurs working on solving water, hygiene and sanitation crises that impact people living on less than $3/day. Current RISE fellows are based in Indonesia, Armenia, Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, India and Nepal.

Previously, Erin was the founder of Sundara, an organization that recycled over 1.8 million bars of hotel soap and employed 40 women full time across India, Uganda, Rwanda, South Africa and Myanmar. Sundara reached over 200,000 children each month, working with partners like Hilton, Hyatt and Marriott. Sundara has been recognized by the Huffington Post, BBC, CNN and the Government of India in it's "Swachh Bharat" (Clean India) campaign.

Erin is a Forbes 30 Under 30 (2018) and winner of the Summit Series Impact & Diversity Fellowship. Prior to Sundara, Erin was the CEO of IsraAID US, where she managed a $10 million aid program focused on disaster relief projects and led humanitarian aid missions to Nepal, Kenya (Kakuma refugee camp), Lesbos, Greece and Houston, Texas. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan and has lived in Israel, India and Thailand, before making New York City her home.

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Erin Zaikis

Erin Zaikis is the founder of RISE by Sundara, an innovation fund for female entrepreneurs working on solving water, hygiene and sanitation crises that impact people living on less than $3/day. Current RISE fellows are based in Indonesia, Armenia, Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, India and Nepal.

Previously, Erin was the founder of Sundara, an organization that recycled over 1.8 million bars of hotel soap and employed 40 women full time across India, Uganda, Rwanda, South Africa and Myanmar. Sundara reached over 200,000 children each month, working with partners like Hilton, Hyatt and Marriott. Sundara has been recognized by the Huffington Post, BBC, CNN and the Government of India in it's "Swachh Bharat" (Clean India) campaign.

Erin is a Forbes 30 Under 30 (2018) and winner of the Summit Series Impact & Diversity Fellowship. Prior to Sundara, Erin was the CEO of IsraAID US, where she managed a $10 million aid program focused on disaster relief projects and led humanitarian aid missions to Nepal, Kenya (Kakuma refugee camp), Lesbos, Greece and Houston, Texas. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan and has lived in Israel, India and Thailand, before making New York City her home.

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Dr. Rachel Fish

Dr. Rachel Fish is the co-founder of Boundless & a Scholar Warrior. Prior to co-founding Boundless, Dr. Rachel Fish was the executive director of the Foundation to Combat anti-Semitism. Rachel also served as senior advisor and resident scholar at the Paul E. Singer Foundation in New York City and executive director of the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies at Brandeis University. In her role at Brandeis, she trained the next generation of academics in the field of Israel Studies.

She completed her dissertation entitled, “Configurations of Bi-nationalism: The Transformation of Bi-nationalism and Palestine/Israel 1920’s-Present,” on the history of bi-nationalism and alternative visions for constructing the State of Israel.

Rachel has served on the faculty at Brandeis University, Harvard University, UMass Amherst, has written articles for several publications in the mainstream press and academic journals, and co-edited the book “Essential Israel: Essays for the 21st Century.” She is a frequent speaker in various Jewish community forums and beyond.

Dr. Rachel Fish

Dr. Rachel Fish is the co-founder of Boundless & a Scholar Warrior. Prior to co-founding Boundless, Dr. Rachel Fish was the executive director of the Foundation to Combat anti-Semitism. Rachel also served as senior advisor and resident scholar at the Paul E. Singer Foundation in New York City and executive director of the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies at Brandeis University. In her role at Brandeis, she trained the next generation of academics in the field of Israel Studies.

She completed her dissertation entitled, “Configurations of Bi-nationalism: The Transformation of Bi-nationalism and Palestine/Israel 1920’s-Present,” on the history of bi-nationalism and alternative visions for constructing the State of Israel.

Rachel has served on the faculty at Brandeis University, Harvard University, UMass Amherst, has written articles for several publications in the mainstream press and academic journals, and co-edited the book “Essential Israel: Essays for the 21st Century.” She is a frequent speaker in various Jewish community forums and beyond.

Dr. Rachel Fish

Dr. Rachel Fish is the co-founder of Boundless & a Scholar Warrior. Prior to co-founding Boundless, Dr. Rachel Fish was the executive director of the Foundation to Combat anti-Semitism. Rachel also served as senior advisor and resident scholar at the Paul E. Singer Foundation in New York City and executive director of the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies at Brandeis University. In her role at Brandeis, she trained the next generation of academics in the field of Israel Studies.

She completed her dissertation entitled, “Configurations of Bi-nationalism: The Transformation of Bi-nationalism and Palestine/Israel 1920’s-Present,” on the history of bi-nationalism and alternative visions for constructing the State of Israel.

Rachel has served on the faculty at Brandeis University, Harvard University, UMass Amherst, has written articles for several publications in the mainstream press and academic journals, and co-edited the book “Essential Israel: Essays for the 21st Century.” She is a frequent speaker in various Jewish community forums and beyond.

Dr. Rachel Fish

Dr. Rachel Fish is the co-founder of Boundless & a Scholar Warrior. Prior to co-founding Boundless, Dr. Rachel Fish was the executive director of the Foundation to Combat anti-Semitism. Rachel also served as senior advisor and resident scholar at the Paul E. Singer Foundation in New York City and executive director of the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies at Brandeis University. In her role at Brandeis, she trained the next generation of academics in the field of Israel Studies.

She completed her dissertation entitled, “Configurations of Bi-nationalism: The Transformation of Bi-nationalism and Palestine/Israel 1920’s-Present,” on the history of bi-nationalism and alternative visions for constructing the State of Israel.

Rachel has served on the faculty at Brandeis University, Harvard University, UMass Amherst, has written articles for several publications in the mainstream press and academic journals, and co-edited the book “Essential Israel: Essays for the 21st Century.” She is a frequent speaker in various Jewish community forums and beyond.

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Dr. Rachel Fish

Dr. Rachel Fish is the co-founder of Boundless & a Scholar Warrior. Prior to co-founding Boundless, Dr. Rachel Fish was the executive director of the Foundation to Combat anti-Semitism. Rachel also served as senior advisor and resident scholar at the Paul E. Singer Foundation in New York City and executive director of the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies at Brandeis University. In her role at Brandeis, she trained the next generation of academics in the field of Israel Studies.

She completed her dissertation entitled, “Configurations of Bi-nationalism: The Transformation of Bi-nationalism and Palestine/Israel 1920’s-Present,” on the history of bi-nationalism and alternative visions for constructing the State of Israel.

Rachel has served on the faculty at Brandeis University, Harvard University, UMass Amherst, has written articles for several publications in the mainstream press and academic journals, and co-edited the book “Essential Israel: Essays for the 21st Century.” She is a frequent speaker in various Jewish community forums and beyond.

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Lee Moser

Lee Moser is managing partner and founder at AnD Ventures, a unique group of professionals based in Tel Aviv, with a footprint in Silicon Valley and globally. AnD Ventures seeks to redefine value-add investing by accelerating and disrupting company building. They bring years of experience in building growth and investment programs for some of the largest corporations in the world and strives to leverage their global network of founders, corporates, tech giants, and investors.

Prior to running several other investment companies in Israel, Lee was the chief of staff to Michael Oren, Israel Ambassador to the US, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel, from 2010-2013.

Lee Moser

Lee Moser is managing partner and founder at AnD Ventures, a unique group of professionals based in Tel Aviv, with a footprint in Silicon Valley and globally. AnD Ventures seeks to redefine value-add investing by accelerating and disrupting company building. They bring years of experience in building growth and investment programs for some of the largest corporations in the world and strives to leverage their global network of founders, corporates, tech giants, and investors.

Prior to running several other investment companies in Israel, Lee was the chief of staff to Michael Oren, Israel Ambassador to the US, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel, from 2010-2013.

Lee Moser

Lee Moser is managing partner and founder at AnD Ventures, a unique group of professionals based in Tel Aviv, with a footprint in Silicon Valley and globally. AnD Ventures seeks to redefine value-add investing by accelerating and disrupting company building. They bring years of experience in building growth and investment programs for some of the largest corporations in the world and strives to leverage their global network of founders, corporates, tech giants, and investors.

Prior to running several other investment companies in Israel, Lee was the chief of staff to Michael Oren, Israel Ambassador to the US, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel, from 2010-2013.

Lee Moser

Lee Moser is managing partner and founder at AnD Ventures, a unique group of professionals based in Tel Aviv, with a footprint in Silicon Valley and globally. AnD Ventures seeks to redefine value-add investing by accelerating and disrupting company building. They bring years of experience in building growth and investment programs for some of the largest corporations in the world and strives to leverage their global network of founders, corporates, tech giants, and investors.

Prior to running several other investment companies in Israel, Lee was the chief of staff to Michael Oren, Israel Ambassador to the US, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel, from 2010-2013.

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Lee Moser

Lee Moser is managing partner and founder at AnD Ventures, a unique group of professionals based in Tel Aviv, with a footprint in Silicon Valley and globally. AnD Ventures seeks to redefine value-add investing by accelerating and disrupting company building. They bring years of experience in building growth and investment programs for some of the largest corporations in the world and strives to leverage their global network of founders, corporates, tech giants, and investors.

Prior to running several other investment companies in Israel, Lee was the chief of staff to Michael Oren, Israel Ambassador to the US, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel, from 2010-2013.

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Noa Tishby

Noa Tishby is an Israeli-American actress, producer, writer and activist. A Tel Aviv native, Tishby served in the Israeli army before landing a starring role on the nation’s highest-rated prime time drama, Ramat Aviv Gimmel.

After becoming a household name and appearing in numerous TV shows, films, theater productions and fashion campaigns, Tishby moved to Los Angeles where she sold the Israeli TV show In Treatment to HBO which made history as the first Israeli tv show to become an American series. Tishby earned a Peabody Award and Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for her work on the show. She is the founder of “Act for Israel,” Israel’s first online advocacy organization and is the author of Israel: a Simple Guide to the Most Misunderstood Country on Earth.

Noa Tishby

Noa Tishby is an Israeli-American actress, producer, writer and activist. A Tel Aviv native, Tishby served in the Israeli army before landing a starring role on the nation’s highest-rated prime time drama, Ramat Aviv Gimmel.

After becoming a household name and appearing in numerous TV shows, films, theater productions and fashion campaigns, Tishby moved to Los Angeles where she sold the Israeli TV show In Treatment to HBO which made history as the first Israeli tv show to become an American series. Tishby earned a Peabody Award and Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for her work on the show. She is the founder of “Act for Israel,” Israel’s first online advocacy organization and is the author of Israel: a Simple Guide to the Most Misunderstood Country on Earth.

Noa Tishby

Noa Tishby is an Israeli-American actress, producer, writer and activist. A Tel Aviv native, Tishby served in the Israeli army before landing a starring role on the nation’s highest-rated prime time drama, Ramat Aviv Gimmel.

After becoming a household name and appearing in numerous TV shows, films, theater productions and fashion campaigns, Tishby moved to Los Angeles where she sold the Israeli TV show In Treatment to HBO which made history as the first Israeli tv show to become an American series. Tishby earned a Peabody Award and Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for her work on the show. She is the founder of “Act for Israel,” Israel’s first online advocacy organization and is the author of Israel: a Simple Guide to the Most Misunderstood Country on Earth.

Noa Tishby

Noa Tishby is an Israeli-American actress, producer, writer and activist. A Tel Aviv native, Tishby served in the Israeli army before landing a starring role on the nation’s highest-rated prime time drama, Ramat Aviv Gimmel.

After becoming a household name and appearing in numerous TV shows, films, theater productions and fashion campaigns, Tishby moved to Los Angeles where she sold the Israeli TV show In Treatment to HBO which made history as the first Israeli tv show to become an American series. Tishby earned a Peabody Award and Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for her work on the show. She is the founder of “Act for Israel,” Israel’s first online advocacy organization and is the author of Israel: a Simple Guide to the Most Misunderstood Country on Earth.

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Noa Tishby

Noa Tishby is an Israeli-American actress, producer, writer and activist. A Tel Aviv native, Tishby served in the Israeli army before landing a starring role on the nation’s highest-rated prime time drama, Ramat Aviv Gimmel.

After becoming a household name and appearing in numerous TV shows, films, theater productions and fashion campaigns, Tishby moved to Los Angeles where she sold the Israeli TV show In Treatment to HBO which made history as the first Israeli tv show to become an American series. Tishby earned a Peabody Award and Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for her work on the show. She is the founder of “Act for Israel,” Israel’s first online advocacy organization and is the author of Israel: a Simple Guide to the Most Misunderstood Country on Earth.

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Women's Empowerment Panel

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Tiffany Dufu

Tiffany Dufu is founder and CEO of The Cru, a peer coaching platform for women looking to accelerate their professional and personal growth.  Tiffany is also the author of Drop the Ball, a memoir and manifesto that shows women how to cultivate the single skill they really need in order to thrive: the ability to let go.

She was a launch team member to Lean In and was Chief Leadership Officer at Levo, one of the fastest growing millennial professional networks. Prior to that, Tiffany served as President of The White House Project, as a Major Gifts Officer at Simmons College in Boston, and as Associate Director of Development at Seattle Girls’ School.

Tiffany serves on the board of Girls Who Code and Simmons College. She is a member of Women's Forum New York, Delta Sigma Theta, Sorority, Inc. and is a Lifetime Girl Scout.

Tiffany Dufu

Tiffany Dufu is founder and CEO of The Cru, a peer coaching platform for women looking to accelerate their professional and personal growth.  Tiffany is also the author of Drop the Ball, a memoir and manifesto that shows women how to cultivate the single skill they really need in order to thrive: the ability to let go.

She was a launch team member to Lean In and was Chief Leadership Officer at Levo, one of the fastest growing millennial professional networks. Prior to that, Tiffany served as President of The White House Project, as a Major Gifts Officer at Simmons College in Boston, and as Associate Director of Development at Seattle Girls’ School.

Tiffany serves on the board of Girls Who Code and Simmons College. She is a member of Women's Forum New York, Delta Sigma Theta, Sorority, Inc. and is a Lifetime Girl Scout.

Tiffany Dufu

Tiffany Dufu is founder and CEO of The Cru, a peer coaching platform for women looking to accelerate their professional and personal growth.  Tiffany is also the author of Drop the Ball, a memoir and manifesto that shows women how to cultivate the single skill they really need in order to thrive: the ability to let go.

She was a launch team member to Lean In and was Chief Leadership Officer at Levo, one of the fastest growing millennial professional networks. Prior to that, Tiffany served as President of The White House Project, as a Major Gifts Officer at Simmons College in Boston, and as Associate Director of Development at Seattle Girls’ School.

Tiffany serves on the board of Girls Who Code and Simmons College. She is a member of Women's Forum New York, Delta Sigma Theta, Sorority, Inc. and is a Lifetime Girl Scout.

Tiffany Dufu

Tiffany Dufu is founder and CEO of The Cru, a peer coaching platform for women looking to accelerate their professional and personal growth.  Tiffany is also the author of Drop the Ball, a memoir and manifesto that shows women how to cultivate the single skill they really need in order to thrive: the ability to let go.

She was a launch team member to Lean In and was Chief Leadership Officer at Levo, one of the fastest growing millennial professional networks. Prior to that, Tiffany served as President of The White House Project, as a Major Gifts Officer at Simmons College in Boston, and as Associate Director of Development at Seattle Girls’ School.

Tiffany serves on the board of Girls Who Code and Simmons College. She is a member of Women's Forum New York, Delta Sigma Theta, Sorority, Inc. and is a Lifetime Girl Scout.

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Tiffany Dufu

Tiffany Dufu is founder and CEO of The Cru, a peer coaching platform for women looking to accelerate their professional and personal growth.  Tiffany is also the author of Drop the Ball, a memoir and manifesto that shows women how to cultivate the single skill they really need in order to thrive: the ability to let go.

She was a launch team member to Lean In and was Chief Leadership Officer at Levo, one of the fastest growing millennial professional networks. Prior to that, Tiffany served as President of The White House Project, as a Major Gifts Officer at Simmons College in Boston, and as Associate Director of Development at Seattle Girls’ School.

Tiffany serves on the board of Girls Who Code and Simmons College. She is a member of Women's Forum New York, Delta Sigma Theta, Sorority, Inc. and is a Lifetime Girl Scout.

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Amy Spitalnick

Amy Spitalnick is the Executive Director of Integrity First for America, the civil rights nonprofit that spearheaded the successful landmark lawsuit against the neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and hate groups responsible for the Charlottesville violence.

Amy has extensive experience in government, politics, and advocacy, including as Communications Director and Senior Policy Advisor to the New York Attorney General and Communications Advisor and Spokesperson for the New York City Mayor. Amy has been named a Women in Power Fellow at the 92nd Street Y, a Truman National Security Project Fellow, and a City & State 40 Under 40 Rising Star. Amy graduated from Tufts University.

Amy Spitalnick

Amy Spitalnick is the Executive Director of Integrity First for America, the civil rights nonprofit that spearheaded the successful landmark lawsuit against the neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and hate groups responsible for the Charlottesville violence.

Amy has extensive experience in government, politics, and advocacy, including as Communications Director and Senior Policy Advisor to the New York Attorney General and Communications Advisor and Spokesperson for the New York City Mayor. Amy has been named a Women in Power Fellow at the 92nd Street Y, a Truman National Security Project Fellow, and a City & State 40 Under 40 Rising Star. Amy graduated from Tufts University.

Amy Spitalnick

Amy Spitalnick is the Executive Director of Integrity First for America, the civil rights nonprofit that spearheaded the successful landmark lawsuit against the neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and hate groups responsible for the Charlottesville violence.

Amy has extensive experience in government, politics, and advocacy, including as Communications Director and Senior Policy Advisor to the New York Attorney General and Communications Advisor and Spokesperson for the New York City Mayor. Amy has been named a Women in Power Fellow at the 92nd Street Y, a Truman National Security Project Fellow, and a City & State 40 Under 40 Rising Star. Amy graduated from Tufts University.

Amy Spitalnick

Amy Spitalnick is the Executive Director of Integrity First for America, the civil rights nonprofit that spearheaded the successful landmark lawsuit against the neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and hate groups responsible for the Charlottesville violence.

Amy has extensive experience in government, politics, and advocacy, including as Communications Director and Senior Policy Advisor to the New York Attorney General and Communications Advisor and Spokesperson for the New York City Mayor. Amy has been named a Women in Power Fellow at the 92nd Street Y, a Truman National Security Project Fellow, and a City & State 40 Under 40 Rising Star. Amy graduated from Tufts University.

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Amy Spitalnick

Amy Spitalnick is the Executive Director of Integrity First for America, the civil rights nonprofit that spearheaded the successful landmark lawsuit against the neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and hate groups responsible for the Charlottesville violence.

Amy has extensive experience in government, politics, and advocacy, including as Communications Director and Senior Policy Advisor to the New York Attorney General and Communications Advisor and Spokesperson for the New York City Mayor. Amy has been named a Women in Power Fellow at the 92nd Street Y, a Truman National Security Project Fellow, and a City & State 40 Under 40 Rising Star. Amy graduated from Tufts University.

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Marcy Syms

Marcy Syms is an independent director for private and public companies and social entrepreneur, Marcy is the President of TPD Group LLC, a management consulting company and President of the Sy Syms Foundation. She is also currently the Founding Advisor or The ERA Project at Columbia Law School.

The former chair and CEO of Syms, Marcy Syms was a trail blazer in off-price retailing, presiding over one of the first stores to offer designer and brand-name clothing at substantially lower prices than conventional retail stores for several decades. Marcy also served as President of A. Sulka & Co from 1981 to 1989 until it was sold to Richemont. She is an active board member of the NPR Foundation, the Advisory Council of Rockefeller University, and on the NYC Family Enterprise Center.

Marcy Syms

Marcy Syms is an independent director for private and public companies and social entrepreneur, Marcy is the President of TPD Group LLC, a management consulting company and President of the Sy Syms Foundation. She is also currently the Founding Advisor or The ERA Project at Columbia Law School.

The former chair and CEO of Syms, Marcy Syms was a trail blazer in off-price retailing, presiding over one of the first stores to offer designer and brand-name clothing at substantially lower prices than conventional retail stores for several decades. Marcy also served as President of A. Sulka & Co from 1981 to 1989 until it was sold to Richemont. She is an active board member of the NPR Foundation, the Advisory Council of Rockefeller University, and on the NYC Family Enterprise Center.

Marcy Syms

Marcy Syms is an independent director for private and public companies and social entrepreneur, Marcy is the President of TPD Group LLC, a management consulting company and President of the Sy Syms Foundation. She is also currently the Founding Advisor or The ERA Project at Columbia Law School.

The former chair and CEO of Syms, Marcy Syms was a trail blazer in off-price retailing, presiding over one of the first stores to offer designer and brand-name clothing at substantially lower prices than conventional retail stores for several decades. Marcy also served as President of A. Sulka & Co from 1981 to 1989 until it was sold to Richemont. She is an active board member of the NPR Foundation, the Advisory Council of Rockefeller University, and on the NYC Family Enterprise Center.

Marcy Syms

Marcy Syms is an independent director for private and public companies and social entrepreneur, Marcy is the President of TPD Group LLC, a management consulting company and President of the Sy Syms Foundation. She is also currently the Founding Advisor or The ERA Project at Columbia Law School.

The former chair and CEO of Syms, Marcy Syms was a trail blazer in off-price retailing, presiding over one of the first stores to offer designer and brand-name clothing at substantially lower prices than conventional retail stores for several decades. Marcy also served as President of A. Sulka & Co from 1981 to 1989 until it was sold to Richemont. She is an active board member of the NPR Foundation, the Advisory Council of Rockefeller University, and on the NYC Family Enterprise Center.

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Marcy Syms

Marcy Syms is an independent director for private and public companies and social entrepreneur, Marcy is the President of TPD Group LLC, a management consulting company and President of the Sy Syms Foundation. She is also currently the Founding Advisor or The ERA Project at Columbia Law School.

The former chair and CEO of Syms, Marcy Syms was a trail blazer in off-price retailing, presiding over one of the first stores to offer designer and brand-name clothing at substantially lower prices than conventional retail stores for several decades. Marcy also served as President of A. Sulka & Co from 1981 to 1989 until it was sold to Richemont. She is an active board member of the NPR Foundation, the Advisory Council of Rockefeller University, and on the NYC Family Enterprise Center.

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