2024 National Conference - July 28–30

Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, Las Vegas

2024 National Conference - July 28–30

Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, Las Vegas

2024 National Conference - July 28–30

Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, Las Vegas

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There’s something for everyone:
NEW Freestyle Events, with the flexibility of à la carte scheduling
National Assembly, Board and Associates meetings
Plenaries and Workshops
Choose what you want to attend!

Gather to show your support of Hadassah's mission, including bringing healing to Israel and its people:
Featuring only-in-Vegas experiences
Top-tier speakers discussing issues such as Israel and the UN, antisemitism and social media
Hear how Hadassah makes an impact in the US, Israel and around the world
Network with Hadassah leaders and members, reunite with old friends and make new ones

Now and always, you can bet on Hadassah.
To advance health and medicine. To fight hate and antisemitism. To support a strong Israel. To empower women. To help heal the world. And more.

There’s something for everyone:
NEW Freestyle Events, with the flexibility of à la carte scheduling
National Assembly, Board and Associates meetings
Plenaries and Workshops
Choose what you want to attend!

Gather to show your support of Hadassah's mission, including bringing healing to Israel and its people:
Featuring only-in-Vegas experiences
Top-tier speakers discussing issues such as Israel and the UN, antisemitism and social media
Hear how Hadassah makes an impact in the US, Israel and around the world
Network with Hadassah leaders and members, reunite with old friends and make new ones

Now and always, you can bet on Hadassah.
To advance health and medicine. To fight hate and antisemitism. To support a strong Israel. To empower women. To help heal the world. And more.

There’s something for everyone:
NEW Freestyle Events, with the flexibility of à la carte scheduling
National Assembly, Board and Associates meetings
Plenaries and Workshops
Choose what you want to attend!

Gather to show your support of Hadassah's mission, including bringing healing to Israel and its people:
Featuring only-in-Vegas experiences
Top-tier speakers discussing issues such as Israel and the UN, antisemitism and social media
Hear how Hadassah makes an impact in the US, Israel and around the world
Network with Hadassah leaders and members, reunite with old friends and make new ones

Now and always, you can bet on Hadassah.
To advance health and medicine. To fight hate and antisemitism. To support a strong Israel. To empower women. To help heal the world. And more.

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There’s something for everyone:
NEW Freestyle Events, with the flexibility of à la carte scheduling
National Assembly, Board and Associates meetings
Plenaries and Workshops
Choose what you want to attend!

Gather to show your support of Hadassah's mission, including bringing healing to Israel and its people:
Featuring only-in-Vegas experiences
Top-tier speakers discussing issues such as Israel and the UN, antisemitism and social media
Hear how Hadassah makes an impact in the US, Israel and around the world
Network with Hadassah leaders and members, reunite with old friends and make new ones

Now and always, you can bet on Hadassah.
To advance health and medicine. To fight hate and antisemitism. To support a strong Israel. To empower women. To help heal the world. And more.

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There’s something for everyone:
NEW Freestyle Events, with the flexibility of à la carte scheduling
National Assembly, Board and Associates meetings
Plenaries and Workshops
Choose what you want to attend!

Gather to show your support of Hadassah's mission, including bringing healing to Israel and its people:
Featuring only-in-Vegas experiences
Top-tier speakers discussing issues such as Israel and the UN, antisemitism and social media
Hear how Hadassah makes an impact in the US, Israel and around the world
Network with Hadassah leaders and members, reunite with old friends and make new ones

Now and always, you can bet on Hadassah.
To advance health and medicine. To fight hate and antisemitism. To support a strong Israel. To empower women. To help heal the world. And more.

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Keynote Speaker Montana Tucker

Keynote Speaker Montana Tucker

Montana Tucker is an award-winning actress, singer, dancer, philanthropist and social media activist with almost 14 million followers, the majority being Gen Zers. Her passion has always been to combat antisemitism and all forms of hate and to educate people to love others for their kind hearts and souls and not because of their color, race, sexual preference or religion. For this, she’s received special honors and awards from the Israeli American Council, New York City Mayor Eric Adams, the National Holocaust Museum, Artists 4 Israel and International Influencer Awards, among many others.

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Her Webby Award-nominated online docuseries, “How To: Never Forget,” documenting her visit to Poland, including Auschwitz, where her four great-grandparents were murdered and her grandmother survived, led to interviews on Good Morning America, The Kelly Clarkson Show and other national and international television programs, news outlets and publications.

A household name in the Jewish community, Montana emceed the 75th anniversary of Israel reception in Washington, DC, attended by over 2,000 VIPs and dignitaries; was a VIP guest at the US Capitol to honor Holocaust survivors and liberators; headlined the March for Israel rally in Washington, DC, and was a guest speaker at the VIP reception for the 30th anniversary of the US Holocaust Museum and the ADL’s “Never Is Now” summit. Post-October 7, she met with President Herzog, released hostages and survivors of Nova Music Festival and the kibbutzim in Israel. Montana gained additional fame when she wore a gown adorned with an oversized yellow ribbon, emblazoned with "Bring Them Home" at the 2024 Grammys.

Keynote Speaker Montana Tucker

Keynote Speaker Montana Tucker

Montana Tucker is an award-winning actress, singer, dancer, philanthropist and social media activist with almost 14 million followers, the majority being Gen Zers. Her passion has always been to combat antisemitism and all forms of hate and to educate people to love others for their kind hearts and souls and not because of their color, race, sexual preference or religion. For this, she’s received special honors and awards from the Israeli American Council, New York City Mayor Eric Adams, the National Holocaust Museum, Artists 4 Israel and International Influencer Awards, among many others.

Read More

Her Webby Award-nominated online docuseries, “How To: Never Forget,” documenting her visit to Poland, including Auschwitz, where her four great-grandparents were murdered and her grandmother survived, led to interviews on Good Morning America, The Kelly Clarkson Show and other national and international television programs, news outlets and publications.

A household name in the Jewish community, Montana emceed the 75th anniversary of Israel reception in Washington, DC, attended by over 2,000 VIPs and dignitaries; was a VIP guest at the US Capitol to honor Holocaust survivors and liberators; headlined the March for Israel rally in Washington, DC, and was a guest speaker at the VIP reception for the 30th anniversary of the US Holocaust Museum and the ADL’s “Never Is Now” summit. Post-October 7, she met with President Herzog, released hostages and survivors of Nova Music Festival and the kibbutzim in Israel. Montana gained additional fame when she wore a gown adorned with an oversized yellow ribbon, emblazoned with "Bring Them Home" at the 2024 Grammys.

Keynote Speaker Montana Tucker

Montana Tucker is an award-winning actress, singer, dancer, philanthropist and social media activist with almost 14 million followers, the majority being Gen Zers. Her passion has always been to combat antisemitism and all forms of hate and to educate people to love others for their kind hearts and souls and not because of their color, race, sexual preference or religion. For this, she’s received special honors and awards from the Israeli American Council, New York City Mayor Eric Adams, the National Holocaust Museum, Artists 4 Israel and International Influencer Awards, among many others.

Read More

Her Webby Award-nominated online docuseries, “How To: Never Forget,” documenting her visit to Poland, including Auschwitz, where her four great-grandparents were murdered and her grandmother survived, led to interviews on Good Morning America, The Kelly Clarkson Show and other national and international television programs, news outlets and publications.

A household name in the Jewish community, Montana emceed the 75th anniversary of Israel reception in Washington, DC, attended by over 2,000 VIPs and dignitaries; was a VIP guest at the US Capitol to honor Holocaust survivors and liberators; headlined the March for Israel rally in Washington, DC, and was a guest speaker at the VIP reception for the 30th anniversary of the US Holocaust Museum and the ADL’s “Never Is Now” summit. Post-October 7, she met with President Herzog, released hostages and survivors of Nova Music Festival and the kibbutzim in Israel. Montana gained additional fame when she wore a gown adorned with an oversized yellow ribbon, emblazoned with "Bring Them Home" at the 2024 Grammys.

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Keynote Speaker Montana Tucker

Montana Tucker is an award-winning actress, singer, dancer, philanthropist and social media activist with almost 14 million followers, the majority being Gen Zers. Her passion has always been to combat antisemitism and all forms of hate and to educate people to love others for their kind hearts and souls and not because of their color, race, sexual preference or religion. For this, she’s received special honors and awards from the Israeli American Council, New York City Mayor Eric Adams, the National Holocaust Museum, Artists 4 Israel and International Influencer Awards, among many others.

Read More

Her Webby Award-nominated online docuseries, “How To: Never Forget,” documenting her visit to Poland, including Auschwitz, where her four great-grandparents were murdered and her grandmother survived, led to interviews on Good Morning America, The Kelly Clarkson Show and other national and international television programs, news outlets and publications.

A household name in the Jewish community, Montana emceed the 75th anniversary of Israel reception in Washington, DC, attended by over 2,000 VIPs and dignitaries; was a VIP guest at the US Capitol to honor Holocaust survivors and liberators; headlined the March for Israel rally in Washington, DC, and was a guest speaker at the VIP reception for the 30th anniversary of the US Holocaust Museum and the ADL’s “Never Is Now” summit. Post-October 7, she met with President Herzog, released hostages and survivors of Nova Music Festival and the kibbutzim in Israel. Montana gained additional fame when she wore a gown adorned with an oversized yellow ribbon, emblazoned with "Bring Them Home" at the 2024 Grammys.

Keynote Speaker Montana Tucker

Keynote Speaker Montana Tucker

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Keynote Speaker Montana Tucker

Montana Tucker is an award-winning actress, singer, dancer, philanthropist and social media activist with almost 14 million followers, the majority being Gen Zers. Her passion has always been to combat antisemitism and all forms of hate and to educate people to love others for their kind hearts and souls and not because of their color, race, sexual preference or religion. For this, she’s received special honors and awards from the Israeli American Council, New York City Mayor Eric Adams, the National Holocaust Museum, Artists 4 Israel and International Influencer Awards, among many others.

Read More

Her Webby Award-nominated online docuseries, “How To: Never Forget,” documenting her visit to Poland, including Auschwitz, where her four great-grandparents were murdered and her grandmother survived, led to interviews on Good Morning America, The Kelly Clarkson Show and other national and international television programs, news outlets and publications.

A household name in the Jewish community, Montana emceed the 75th anniversary of Israel reception in Washington, DC, attended by over 2,000 VIPs and dignitaries; was a VIP guest at the US Capitol to honor Holocaust survivors and liberators; headlined the March for Israel rally in Washington, DC, and was a guest speaker at the VIP reception for the 30th anniversary of the US Holocaust Museum and the ADL’s “Never Is Now” summit. Post-October 7, she met with President Herzog, released hostages and survivors of Nova Music Festival and the kibbutzim in Israel. Montana gained additional fame when she wore a gown adorned with an oversized yellow ribbon, emblazoned with "Bring Them Home" at the 2024 Grammys.

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Featured Plenaries

Featured Plenaries

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UN Update: Pushing Back Against Attempts to Delegitimize Israel

Israel was a product of the United Nations, and yet a growing portion of that organization continues to question the very legitimacy of the state. Moreover, the UN has taken little action to condemn Hamas for weaponizing sexual violence, to ensure the immediate release of Hamas’ hostages and to hold Hamas accountable for war crimes. Hadassah National President Carol Ann Schwartz will have a conversation exploring this topic, including an update on Hadassah’s #EndTheSilence campaign, with Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Gilad Erdan (invited).


Featured Plenaries

Featured Plenaries

United Nations flag

UN Update: Pushing Back Against Attempts to Delegitimize Israel

Israel was a product of the United Nations, and yet a growing portion of that organization continues to question the very legitimacy of the state. Moreover, the UN has taken little action to condemn Hamas for weaponizing sexual violence, to ensure the immediate release of Hamas’ hostages and to hold Hamas accountable for war crimes. Hadassah National President Carol Ann Schwartz will have a conversation exploring this topic, including an update on Hadassah’s #EndTheSilence campaign, with Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Gilad Erdan (invited).


Featured Plenaries

United Nations flag

UN Update: Pushing Back Against Attempts to Delegitimize Israel

Israel was a product of the United Nations, and yet a growing portion of that organization continues to question the very legitimacy of the state. Moreover, the UN has taken little action to condemn Hamas for weaponizing sexual violence, to ensure the immediate release of Hamas’ hostages and to hold Hamas accountable for war crimes. Hadassah National President Carol Ann Schwartz will have a conversation exploring this topic, including an update on Hadassah’s #EndTheSilence campaign, with Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Gilad Erdan (invited).


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United Nations flag

UN Update: Pushing Back Against Attempts to Delegitimize Israel

Israel was a product of the United Nations, and yet a growing portion of that organization continues to question the very legitimacy of the state. Moreover, the UN has taken little action to condemn Hamas for weaponizing sexual violence, to ensure the immediate release of Hamas’ hostages and to hold Hamas accountable for war crimes. Hadassah National President Carol Ann Schwartz will have a conversation exploring this topic, including an update on Hadassah’s #EndTheSilence campaign, with Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Gilad Erdan (invited).


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United Nations flag

UN Update: Pushing Back Against Attempts to Delegitimize Israel

Israel was a product of the United Nations, and yet a growing portion of that organization continues to question the very legitimacy of the state. Moreover, the UN has taken little action to condemn Hamas for weaponizing sexual violence, to ensure the immediate release of Hamas’ hostages and to hold Hamas accountable for war crimes. Hadassah National President Carol Ann Schwartz will have a conversation exploring this topic, including an update on Hadassah’s #EndTheSilence campaign, with Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Gilad Erdan (invited).


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Youth Aliyah

Youth Aliyah: A Safe Haven for Israeli Youth at Risk and Jewish Youth Finding a Home in Israel

Central to our mission is the well-being of Israeli youth and their development as proud, capable Israeli citizens. Hadassah’s Meir Shfeyah and Hadassah Neurim Youth Aliyah villages help set at-risk children in Israel, and those who choose to make Israel their home, on the path to a successful future. In honor of the 75th anniversary of the founding of Hadassah Neurim and the recent 100th anniversary of Meir Shfeyah, we will have some special guests from Israel sharing their stories.


Youth Aliyah

Youth Aliyah: A Safe Haven for Israeli Youth at Risk and Jewish Youth Finding a Home in Israel

Central to our mission is the well-being of Israeli youth and their development as proud, capable Israeli citizens. Hadassah’s Meir Shfeyah and Hadassah Neurim Youth Aliyah villages help set at-risk children in Israel, and those who choose to make Israel their home, on the path to a successful future. In honor of the 75th anniversary of the founding of Hadassah Neurim and the recent 100th anniversary of Meir Shfeyah, we will have some special guests from Israel sharing their stories.


Youth Aliyah

Youth Aliyah: A Safe Haven for Israeli Youth at Risk and Jewish Youth Finding a Home in Israel

Central to our mission is the well-being of Israeli youth and their development as proud, capable Israeli citizens. Hadassah’s Meir Shfeyah and Hadassah Neurim Youth Aliyah villages help set at-risk children in Israel, and those who choose to make Israel their home, on the path to a successful future. In honor of the 75th anniversary of the founding of Hadassah Neurim and the recent 100th anniversary of Meir Shfeyah, we will have some special guests from Israel sharing their stories.


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Youth Aliyah

Youth Aliyah: A Safe Haven for Israeli Youth at Risk and Jewish Youth Finding a Home in Israel

Central to our mission is the well-being of Israeli youth and their development as proud, capable Israeli citizens. Hadassah’s Meir Shfeyah and Hadassah Neurim Youth Aliyah villages help set at-risk children in Israel, and those who choose to make Israel their home, on the path to a successful future. In honor of the 75th anniversary of the founding of Hadassah Neurim and the recent 100th anniversary of Meir Shfeyah, we will have some special guests from Israel sharing their stories.


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Youth Aliyah

Youth Aliyah: A Safe Haven for Israeli Youth at Risk and Jewish Youth Finding a Home in Israel

Central to our mission is the well-being of Israeli youth and their development as proud, capable Israeli citizens. Hadassah’s Meir Shfeyah and Hadassah Neurim Youth Aliyah villages help set at-risk children in Israel, and those who choose to make Israel their home, on the path to a successful future. In honor of the 75th anniversary of the founding of Hadassah Neurim and the recent 100th anniversary of Meir Shfeyah, we will have some special guests from Israel sharing their stories.


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Author Talia Carner

One Book, One Hadassah Live at the National Conference for the First Time!

Speakers: Talia Carner and Lisa Hostein

Israeli-born master storyteller Talia Carner will be in conversation with Hadassah Magazine Executive Editor Lisa Hostein as they discuss Carner’s The Boy with the Star Tattoo, the July selection for Hadassah Magazine’s popular national book series. The historical epic weaves together the rescue of Holocaust-era Jewish orphans by Youth Aliyah with a daring military mission in the early days of the Jewish state. Carner, whose previous novel, The Third Daughter, was a National Jewish Book Award finalist, will also talk about her pro-Israel and women's rights advocacy and share her insights on writing a Zionist book in today’s publishing world.

Talia Carner

Talia Carner, a proud seventh-generation sabra, is the New York-based author of several psychological suspense novels, including Puppet Child, China Doll, Jerusalem Maiden, Hotel Moscow, The Third Daughter and her latest, The Boy with the Star Tattoo. Formerly the publisher of Savvy Woman magazine and a consultant to Fortune 500 companies, Talia is a committed supporter of global human rights.
She is a board member of the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, the Jewish women’s research center at Brandeis University, and an honorary board member of several anti-domestic violence, child abuse intervention and anti-sex trafficking organizations. In November 2023, The Algemeiner named her one of the "Top 100 People Positively Influencing Jewish Life." Talia is married to Ron Carner, former president of Maccabi USA. They live in New York and Florida and have four grown children.


Lisa Hostein

Lisa Hostein joined Hadassah Magazine in late 2015, becoming the first female executive editor in the publication’s more than 100-year-plus history. Before that, she was editor in chief of JTA, the global Jewish news agency, for almost 15 years and executive editor of Philadelphia’s Jewish Exponent for eight. She has won numerous journalism awards from the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association, the Pennsylvania Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists and the American Jewish Press Association (AJPA), which also honored her with its Award for Distinguished Service to Jewish Journalism. The AJPA has also bestowed nearly 40 Rockower Awards for excellence in Jewish journalism on Hadassah Magazine under her leadership. Lisa lives in a suburb of Philadelphia with her husband and has two young adult sons.


Author Talia Carner

One Book, One Hadassah Live at the National Conference for the First Time!

Speakers: Talia Carner and Lisa Hostein

Israeli-born master storyteller Talia Carner will be in conversation with Hadassah Magazine Executive Editor Lisa Hostein as they discuss Carner’s The Boy with the Star Tattoo, the July selection for Hadassah Magazine’s popular national book series. The historical epic weaves together the rescue of Holocaust-era Jewish orphans by Youth Aliyah with a daring military mission in the early days of the Jewish state. Carner, whose previous novel, The Third Daughter, was a National Jewish Book Award finalist, will also talk about her pro-Israel and women's rights advocacy and share her insights on writing a Zionist book in today’s publishing world.

Talia Carner

Talia Carner, a proud seventh-generation sabra, is the New York-based author of several psychological suspense novels, including Puppet Child, China Doll, Jerusalem Maiden, Hotel Moscow, The Third Daughter and her latest, The Boy with the Star Tattoo. Formerly the publisher of Savvy Woman magazine and a consultant to Fortune 500 companies, Talia is a committed supporter of global human rights.
She is a board member of the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, the Jewish women’s research center at Brandeis University, and an honorary board member of several anti-domestic violence, child abuse intervention and anti-sex trafficking organizations. In November 2023, The Algemeiner named her one of the "Top 100 People Positively Influencing Jewish Life." Talia is married to Ron Carner, former president of Maccabi USA. They live in New York and Florida and have four grown children.


Lisa Hostein

Lisa Hostein joined Hadassah Magazine in late 2015, becoming the first female executive editor in the publication’s more than 100-year-plus history. Before that, she was editor in chief of JTA, the global Jewish news agency, for almost 15 years and executive editor of Philadelphia’s Jewish Exponent for eight. She has won numerous journalism awards from the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association, the Pennsylvania Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists and the American Jewish Press Association (AJPA), which also honored her with its Award for Distinguished Service to Jewish Journalism. The AJPA has also bestowed nearly 40 Rockower Awards for excellence in Jewish journalism on Hadassah Magazine under her leadership. Lisa lives in a suburb of Philadelphia with her husband and has two young adult sons.


Author Talia Carner

One Book, One Hadassah Live at the National Conference for the First Time!

Speakers: Talia Carner and Lisa Hostein

Israeli-born master storyteller Talia Carner will be in conversation with Hadassah Magazine Executive Editor Lisa Hostein as they discuss Carner’s The Boy with the Star Tattoo, the July selection for Hadassah Magazine’s popular national book series. The historical epic weaves together the rescue of Holocaust-era Jewish orphans by Youth Aliyah with a daring military mission in the early days of the Jewish state. Carner, whose previous novel, The Third Daughter, was a National Jewish Book Award finalist, will also talk about her pro-Israel and women's rights advocacy and share her insights on writing a Zionist book in today’s publishing world.

Talia Carner

Talia Carner, a proud seventh-generation sabra, is the New York-based author of several psychological suspense novels, including Puppet Child, China Doll, Jerusalem Maiden, Hotel Moscow, The Third Daughter and her latest, The Boy with the Star Tattoo. Formerly the publisher of Savvy Woman magazine and a consultant to Fortune 500 companies, Talia is a committed supporter of global human rights.
She is a board member of the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, the Jewish women’s research center at Brandeis University, and an honorary board member of several anti-domestic violence, child abuse intervention and anti-sex trafficking organizations. In November 2023, The Algemeiner named her one of the "Top 100 People Positively Influencing Jewish Life." Talia is married to Ron Carner, former president of Maccabi USA. They live in New York and Florida and have four grown children.


Lisa Hostein

Lisa Hostein joined Hadassah Magazine in late 2015, becoming the first female executive editor in the publication’s more than 100-year-plus history. Before that, she was editor in chief of JTA, the global Jewish news agency, for almost 15 years and executive editor of Philadelphia’s Jewish Exponent for eight. She has won numerous journalism awards from the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association, the Pennsylvania Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists and the American Jewish Press Association (AJPA), which also honored her with its Award for Distinguished Service to Jewish Journalism. The AJPA has also bestowed nearly 40 Rockower Awards for excellence in Jewish journalism on Hadassah Magazine under her leadership. Lisa lives in a suburb of Philadelphia with her husband and has two young adult sons.


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Author Talia Carner

One Book, One Hadassah Live at the National Conference for the First Time!

Speakers: Talia Carner and Lisa Hostein

Israeli-born master storyteller Talia Carner will be in conversation with Hadassah Magazine Executive Editor Lisa Hostein as they discuss Carner’s The Boy with the Star Tattoo, the July selection for Hadassah Magazine’s popular national book series. The historical epic weaves together the rescue of Holocaust-era Jewish orphans by Youth Aliyah with a daring military mission in the early days of the Jewish state. Carner, whose previous novel, The Third Daughter, was a National Jewish Book Award finalist, will also talk about her pro-Israel and women's rights advocacy and share her insights on writing a Zionist book in today’s publishing world.

Talia Carner

Talia Carner, a proud seventh-generation sabra, is the New York-based author of several psychological suspense novels, including Puppet Child, China Doll, Jerusalem Maiden, Hotel Moscow, The Third Daughter and her latest, The Boy with the Star Tattoo. Formerly the publisher of Savvy Woman magazine and a consultant to Fortune 500 companies, Talia is a committed supporter of global human rights.
She is a board member of the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, the Jewish women’s research center at Brandeis University, and an honorary board member of several anti-domestic violence, child abuse intervention and anti-sex trafficking organizations. In November 2023, The Algemeiner named her one of the "Top 100 People Positively Influencing Jewish Life." Talia is married to Ron Carner, former president of Maccabi USA. They live in New York and Florida and have four grown children.


Lisa Hostein

Lisa Hostein joined Hadassah Magazine in late 2015, becoming the first female executive editor in the publication’s more than 100-year-plus history. Before that, she was editor in chief of JTA, the global Jewish news agency, for almost 15 years and executive editor of Philadelphia’s Jewish Exponent for eight. She has won numerous journalism awards from the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association, the Pennsylvania Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists and the American Jewish Press Association (AJPA), which also honored her with its Award for Distinguished Service to Jewish Journalism. The AJPA has also bestowed nearly 40 Rockower Awards for excellence in Jewish journalism on Hadassah Magazine under her leadership. Lisa lives in a suburb of Philadelphia with her husband and has two young adult sons.


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Author Talia Carner

One Book, One Hadassah Live at the National Conference for the First Time!

Speakers: Talia Carner and Lisa Hostein

Israeli-born master storyteller Talia Carner will be in conversation with Hadassah Magazine Executive Editor Lisa Hostein as they discuss Carner’s The Boy with the Star Tattoo, the July selection for Hadassah Magazine’s popular national book series. The historical epic weaves together the rescue of Holocaust-era Jewish orphans by Youth Aliyah with a daring military mission in the early days of the Jewish state. Carner, whose previous novel, The Third Daughter, was a National Jewish Book Award finalist, will also talk about her pro-Israel and women's rights advocacy and share her insights on writing a Zionist book in today’s publishing world.

Talia Carner

Talia Carner, a proud seventh-generation sabra, is the New York-based author of several psychological suspense novels, including Puppet Child, China Doll, Jerusalem Maiden, Hotel Moscow, The Third Daughter and her latest, The Boy with the Star Tattoo. Formerly the publisher of Savvy Woman magazine and a consultant to Fortune 500 companies, Talia is a committed supporter of global human rights.
She is a board member of the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, the Jewish women’s research center at Brandeis University, and an honorary board member of several anti-domestic violence, child abuse intervention and anti-sex trafficking organizations. In November 2023, The Algemeiner named her one of the "Top 100 People Positively Influencing Jewish Life." Talia is married to Ron Carner, former president of Maccabi USA. They live in New York and Florida and have four grown children.


Lisa Hostein

Lisa Hostein joined Hadassah Magazine in late 2015, becoming the first female executive editor in the publication’s more than 100-year-plus history. Before that, she was editor in chief of JTA, the global Jewish news agency, for almost 15 years and executive editor of Philadelphia’s Jewish Exponent for eight. She has won numerous journalism awards from the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association, the Pennsylvania Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists and the American Jewish Press Association (AJPA), which also honored her with its Award for Distinguished Service to Jewish Journalism. The AJPA has also bestowed nearly 40 Rockower Awards for excellence in Jewish journalism on Hadassah Magazine under her leadership. Lisa lives in a suburb of Philadelphia with her husband and has two young adult sons.


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Women protesting against antisemitism

Responding to the Rise of Global Antisemitism

Speakers: Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, Dr. Omri Sender and Emily Austin

We all bear the responsibility to decry antisemitism. While the US National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism is a good first step, what else can be done? Hear from academics and those making a difference in the fields of the arts, law and business.


Suzi Weiss-Fischmann

Known worldwide as the “First Lady of Nails,” OPI Co-Founder Suzi Weiss-Fischmann is an industry trailblazer with more than 40 years at OPI. Suzi pioneered the development of OPI partnerships; under her guidance, OPI became the first nail care brand to collaborate with Hollywood’s top films and celebrities, as well as iconic companies including Coca-Cola, DELL and Ford Mustang. Suzi currently serves as OPI's brand ambassador and has been featured in W, More, Family Circle and Martha Stewart Living magazines, and on Today Show (NBC) and Nightline (ABC). Born in Hungary, Suzi was attracted to the beauty world at an early age, and she cultivated her instinct for color and style in the garment industry of New York City, where she attained a degree from Hunter College. Suzi places a strong emphasis on philanthropic contributions through the Fischmann Family Foundation, which focuses on education, providing scholarships and financial aid at various institutions. Suzi lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two children. In March 2019, she released her memoir, I’m Not Really A Waitress: How One Woman Took Over the Beauty Industry One Color at a Time.


Omri Sender

Dr. Omri Sender is partner and chair of the Public International Law Practice Group at S. Horowitz & Co., one of Israel’s top law firms. He acts as counsel and advisor to various countries, international organizations and multinational corporations on issues such as territorial and maritime boundaries, diplomatic relations, sovereign immunities, international investment and treaty obligations. Omri has particular expertise in litigation before the International Court of Justice in The Hague, where he is currently representing Israel in the case instituted against it by South Africa under the Genocide Convention. He previously served as law clerk to the chief justice of the Supreme Court of Israel, as counsel at the World Bank and as legal assistant at the United Nations International Law Commission. He is the author of numerous writings in the field of international law and lives in Tel Aviv with his wife and five children.


Emily Austin

Emily Austin is an American TV personality from New York. She began her sports career interviewing NBA players and athletes on her show, The Hoop Chat, now the Emily Austin Show.
Emily previously worked as an MTV anchor, served as a Miss Universe judge and is now a boxing broadcaster for DAZN. She’s often commentating on Fox News and other news networks. She also has a skincare company, People’s Beauty, which is sold online and in stores. Emily is a passionate advocate against antisemitism and is vocal in her support for Israel. She has received The Jerusalem Post's Award for Combating Antisemitism, Channel 7’s Outspoken Award, Batsheva Women’s Fierce Woman Award and many more. She often appears on the news and talk shows, and she speaks to groups of all ages globally on the matter.


Women protesting against antisemitism

Responding to the Rise of Global Antisemitism

Speakers: Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, Dr. Omri Sender and Emily Austin

We all bear the responsibility to decry antisemitism. While the US National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism is a good first step, what else can be done? Hear from academics and those making a difference in the fields of the arts, law and business.


Suzi Weiss-Fischmann

Known worldwide as the “First Lady of Nails,” OPI Co-Founder Suzi Weiss-Fischmann is an industry trailblazer with more than 40 years at OPI. Suzi pioneered the development of OPI partnerships; under her guidance, OPI became the first nail care brand to collaborate with Hollywood’s top films and celebrities, as well as iconic companies including Coca-Cola, DELL and Ford Mustang. Suzi currently serves as OPI's brand ambassador and has been featured in W, More, Family Circle and Martha Stewart Living magazines, and on Today Show (NBC) and Nightline (ABC). Born in Hungary, Suzi was attracted to the beauty world at an early age, and she cultivated her instinct for color and style in the garment industry of New York City, where she attained a degree from Hunter College. Suzi places a strong emphasis on philanthropic contributions through the Fischmann Family Foundation, which focuses on education, providing scholarships and financial aid at various institutions. Suzi lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two children. In March 2019, she released her memoir, I’m Not Really A Waitress: How One Woman Took Over the Beauty Industry One Color at a Time.


Omri Sender

Dr. Omri Sender is partner and chair of the Public International Law Practice Group at S. Horowitz & Co., one of Israel’s top law firms. He acts as counsel and advisor to various countries, international organizations and multinational corporations on issues such as territorial and maritime boundaries, diplomatic relations, sovereign immunities, international investment and treaty obligations. Omri has particular expertise in litigation before the International Court of Justice in The Hague, where he is currently representing Israel in the case instituted against it by South Africa under the Genocide Convention. He previously served as law clerk to the chief justice of the Supreme Court of Israel, as counsel at the World Bank and as legal assistant at the United Nations International Law Commission. He is the author of numerous writings in the field of international law and lives in Tel Aviv with his wife and five children.


Emily Austin

Emily Austin is an American TV personality from New York. She began her sports career interviewing NBA players and athletes on her show, The Hoop Chat, now the Emily Austin Show.
Emily previously worked as an MTV anchor, served as a Miss Universe judge and is now a boxing broadcaster for DAZN. She’s often commentating on Fox News and other news networks. She also has a skincare company, People’s Beauty, which is sold online and in stores. Emily is a passionate advocate against antisemitism and is vocal in her support for Israel. She has received The Jerusalem Post's Award for Combating Antisemitism, Channel 7’s Outspoken Award, Batsheva Women’s Fierce Woman Award and many more. She often appears on the news and talk shows, and she speaks to groups of all ages globally on the matter.


Women protesting against antisemitism

Responding to the Rise of Global Antisemitism

Speakers: Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, Dr. Omri Sender and Emily Austin

We all bear the responsibility to decry antisemitism. While the US National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism is a good first step, what else can be done? Hear from academics and those making a difference in the fields of the arts, law and business.


Suzi Weiss-Fischmann

Known worldwide as the “First Lady of Nails,” OPI Co-Founder Suzi Weiss-Fischmann is an industry trailblazer with more than 40 years at OPI. Suzi pioneered the development of OPI partnerships; under her guidance, OPI became the first nail care brand to collaborate with Hollywood’s top films and celebrities, as well as iconic companies including Coca-Cola, DELL and Ford Mustang. Suzi currently serves as OPI's brand ambassador and has been featured in W, More, Family Circle and Martha Stewart Living magazines, and on Today Show (NBC) and Nightline (ABC). Born in Hungary, Suzi was attracted to the beauty world at an early age, and she cultivated her instinct for color and style in the garment industry of New York City, where she attained a degree from Hunter College. Suzi places a strong emphasis on philanthropic contributions through the Fischmann Family Foundation, which focuses on education, providing scholarships and financial aid at various institutions. Suzi lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two children. In March 2019, she released her memoir, I’m Not Really A Waitress: How One Woman Took Over the Beauty Industry One Color at a Time.


Omri Sender

Dr. Omri Sender is partner and chair of the Public International Law Practice Group at S. Horowitz & Co., one of Israel’s top law firms. He acts as counsel and advisor to various countries, international organizations and multinational corporations on issues such as territorial and maritime boundaries, diplomatic relations, sovereign immunities, international investment and treaty obligations. Omri has particular expertise in litigation before the International Court of Justice in The Hague, where he is currently representing Israel in the case instituted against it by South Africa under the Genocide Convention. He previously served as law clerk to the chief justice of the Supreme Court of Israel, as counsel at the World Bank and as legal assistant at the United Nations International Law Commission. He is the author of numerous writings in the field of international law and lives in Tel Aviv with his wife and five children.


Emily Austin

Emily Austin is an American TV personality from New York. She began her sports career interviewing NBA players and athletes on her show, The Hoop Chat, now the Emily Austin Show.
Emily previously worked as an MTV anchor, served as a Miss Universe judge and is now a boxing broadcaster for DAZN. She’s often commentating on Fox News and other news networks. She also has a skincare company, People’s Beauty, which is sold online and in stores. Emily is a passionate advocate against antisemitism and is vocal in her support for Israel. She has received The Jerusalem Post's Award for Combating Antisemitism, Channel 7’s Outspoken Award, Batsheva Women’s Fierce Woman Award and many more. She often appears on the news and talk shows, and she speaks to groups of all ages globally on the matter.


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Women protesting against antisemitism

Responding to the Rise of Global Antisemitism

Speakers: Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, Dr. Omri Sender and Emily Austin

We all bear the responsibility to decry antisemitism. While the US National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism is a good first step, what else can be done? Hear from academics and those making a difference in the fields of the arts, law and business.


Suzi Weiss-Fischmann

Known worldwide as the “First Lady of Nails,” OPI Co-Founder Suzi Weiss-Fischmann is an industry trailblazer with more than 40 years at OPI. Suzi pioneered the development of OPI partnerships; under her guidance, OPI became the first nail care brand to collaborate with Hollywood’s top films and celebrities, as well as iconic companies including Coca-Cola, DELL and Ford Mustang. Suzi currently serves as OPI's brand ambassador and has been featured in W, More, Family Circle and Martha Stewart Living magazines, and on Today Show (NBC) and Nightline (ABC). Born in Hungary, Suzi was attracted to the beauty world at an early age, and she cultivated her instinct for color and style in the garment industry of New York City, where she attained a degree from Hunter College. Suzi places a strong emphasis on philanthropic contributions through the Fischmann Family Foundation, which focuses on education, providing scholarships and financial aid at various institutions. Suzi lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two children. In March 2019, she released her memoir, I’m Not Really A Waitress: How One Woman Took Over the Beauty Industry One Color at a Time.


Omri Sender

Dr. Omri Sender is partner and chair of the Public International Law Practice Group at S. Horowitz & Co., one of Israel’s top law firms. He acts as counsel and advisor to various countries, international organizations and multinational corporations on issues such as territorial and maritime boundaries, diplomatic relations, sovereign immunities, international investment and treaty obligations. Omri has particular expertise in litigation before the International Court of Justice in The Hague, where he is currently representing Israel in the case instituted against it by South Africa under the Genocide Convention. He previously served as law clerk to the chief justice of the Supreme Court of Israel, as counsel at the World Bank and as legal assistant at the United Nations International Law Commission. He is the author of numerous writings in the field of international law and lives in Tel Aviv with his wife and five children.


Emily Austin

Emily Austin is an American TV personality from New York. She began her sports career interviewing NBA players and athletes on her show, The Hoop Chat, now the Emily Austin Show.
Emily previously worked as an MTV anchor, served as a Miss Universe judge and is now a boxing broadcaster for DAZN. She’s often commentating on Fox News and other news networks. She also has a skincare company, People’s Beauty, which is sold online and in stores. Emily is a passionate advocate against antisemitism and is vocal in her support for Israel. She has received The Jerusalem Post's Award for Combating Antisemitism, Channel 7’s Outspoken Award, Batsheva Women’s Fierce Woman Award and many more. She often appears on the news and talk shows, and she speaks to groups of all ages globally on the matter.


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Women protesting against antisemitism

Responding to the Rise of Global Antisemitism

Speakers: Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, Dr. Omri Sender and Emily Austin

We all bear the responsibility to decry antisemitism. While the US National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism is a good first step, what else can be done? Hear from academics and those making a difference in the fields of the arts, law and business.


Suzi Weiss-Fischmann

Known worldwide as the “First Lady of Nails,” OPI Co-Founder Suzi Weiss-Fischmann is an industry trailblazer with more than 40 years at OPI. Suzi pioneered the development of OPI partnerships; under her guidance, OPI became the first nail care brand to collaborate with Hollywood’s top films and celebrities, as well as iconic companies including Coca-Cola, DELL and Ford Mustang. Suzi currently serves as OPI's brand ambassador and has been featured in W, More, Family Circle and Martha Stewart Living magazines, and on Today Show (NBC) and Nightline (ABC). Born in Hungary, Suzi was attracted to the beauty world at an early age, and she cultivated her instinct for color and style in the garment industry of New York City, where she attained a degree from Hunter College. Suzi places a strong emphasis on philanthropic contributions through the Fischmann Family Foundation, which focuses on education, providing scholarships and financial aid at various institutions. Suzi lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two children. In March 2019, she released her memoir, I’m Not Really A Waitress: How One Woman Took Over the Beauty Industry One Color at a Time.


Omri Sender

Dr. Omri Sender is partner and chair of the Public International Law Practice Group at S. Horowitz & Co., one of Israel’s top law firms. He acts as counsel and advisor to various countries, international organizations and multinational corporations on issues such as territorial and maritime boundaries, diplomatic relations, sovereign immunities, international investment and treaty obligations. Omri has particular expertise in litigation before the International Court of Justice in The Hague, where he is currently representing Israel in the case instituted against it by South Africa under the Genocide Convention. He previously served as law clerk to the chief justice of the Supreme Court of Israel, as counsel at the World Bank and as legal assistant at the United Nations International Law Commission. He is the author of numerous writings in the field of international law and lives in Tel Aviv with his wife and five children.


Emily Austin

Emily Austin is an American TV personality from New York. She began her sports career interviewing NBA players and athletes on her show, The Hoop Chat, now the Emily Austin Show.
Emily previously worked as an MTV anchor, served as a Miss Universe judge and is now a boxing broadcaster for DAZN. She’s often commentating on Fox News and other news networks. She also has a skincare company, People’s Beauty, which is sold online and in stores. Emily is a passionate advocate against antisemitism and is vocal in her support for Israel. She has received The Jerusalem Post's Award for Combating Antisemitism, Channel 7’s Outspoken Award, Batsheva Women’s Fierce Woman Award and many more. She often appears on the news and talk shows, and she speaks to groups of all ages globally on the matter.


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Free Speech, Exclusion and Campus Climate

Speaker: David Schizer, JD

How can universities guarantee the right of students and faculty to engage in peaceful protest while also ensuring that protests don't disrupt research and classes or contribute to a hostile learning and working environment?

As TheWall Street Journal has reported, "Jewish students have been barred from several student-run associations unless they renounce Zionism." If that is the case, what are our future leaders learning? Hear from a co-chair of an Ivy League university’s task force on antisemitism, who testified in the Congressional hearing on Columbia University in April.

David Shizer

David Schizer, JD is dean emeritus and Harvey R. Miller professor of law and economics at Columbia Law School. He served as dean from 2004 to 2014 and as CEO of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, a global Jewish humanitarian organization, from 2017 to 2019. David is the author of How to Save the World in Six (Not So Easy) Steps: Bringing Out the Best in Nonprofits. A co-chair of Columbia University's new task force on antisemitism, he is also a co-founder and co-chair of the Center for Israeli Legal Studies at Columbia Law School; co-founder and co-chair of the Richman Center for Law, Business and Public Policy; and a Charter Trustee of Ramaz. He served as a law clerk to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the US Supreme Court and Judge Alex Kozinski on the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Complimentary copies of David's book will be available courtesy of the Center for Israeli Legal Studies at Columbia Law School.


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Free Speech, Exclusion and Campus Climate

Speaker: David Schizer, JD

How can universities guarantee the right of students and faculty to engage in peaceful protest while also ensuring that protests don't disrupt research and classes or contribute to a hostile learning and working environment?

As TheWall Street Journal has reported, "Jewish students have been barred from several student-run associations unless they renounce Zionism." If that is the case, what are our future leaders learning? Hear from a co-chair of an Ivy League university’s task force on antisemitism, who testified in the Congressional hearing on Columbia University in April.

David Shizer

David Schizer, JD is dean emeritus and Harvey R. Miller professor of law and economics at Columbia Law School. He served as dean from 2004 to 2014 and as CEO of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, a global Jewish humanitarian organization, from 2017 to 2019. David is the author of How to Save the World in Six (Not So Easy) Steps: Bringing Out the Best in Nonprofits. A co-chair of Columbia University's new task force on antisemitism, he is also a co-founder and co-chair of the Center for Israeli Legal Studies at Columbia Law School; co-founder and co-chair of the Richman Center for Law, Business and Public Policy; and a Charter Trustee of Ramaz. He served as a law clerk to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the US Supreme Court and Judge Alex Kozinski on the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Complimentary copies of David's book will be available courtesy of the Center for Israeli Legal Studies at Columbia Law School.


Distraught girl with phone

Free Speech, Exclusion and Campus Climate

Speaker: David Schizer, JD

How can universities guarantee the right of students and faculty to engage in peaceful protest while also ensuring that protests don't disrupt research and classes or contribute to a hostile learning and working environment?

As TheWall Street Journal has reported, "Jewish students have been barred from several student-run associations unless they renounce Zionism." If that is the case, what are our future leaders learning? Hear from a co-chair of an Ivy League university’s task force on antisemitism, who testified in the Congressional hearing on Columbia University in April.

David Shizer

David Schizer, JD is dean emeritus and Harvey R. Miller professor of law and economics at Columbia Law School. He served as dean from 2004 to 2014 and as CEO of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, a global Jewish humanitarian organization, from 2017 to 2019. David is the author of How to Save the World in Six (Not So Easy) Steps: Bringing Out the Best in Nonprofits. A co-chair of Columbia University's new task force on antisemitism, he is also a co-founder and co-chair of the Center for Israeli Legal Studies at Columbia Law School; co-founder and co-chair of the Richman Center for Law, Business and Public Policy; and a Charter Trustee of Ramaz. He served as a law clerk to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the US Supreme Court and Judge Alex Kozinski on the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Complimentary copies of David's book will be available courtesy of the Center for Israeli Legal Studies at Columbia Law School.


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Free Speech, Exclusion and Campus Climate

Speaker: David Schizer, JD

How can universities guarantee the right of students and faculty to engage in peaceful protest while also ensuring that protests don't disrupt research and classes or contribute to a hostile learning and working environment?

As TheWall Street Journal has reported, "Jewish students have been barred from several student-run associations unless they renounce Zionism." If that is the case, what are our future leaders learning? Hear from a co-chair of an Ivy League university’s task force on antisemitism, who testified in the Congressional hearing on Columbia University in April.

David Shizer

David Schizer, JD is dean emeritus and Harvey R. Miller professor of law and economics at Columbia Law School. He served as dean from 2004 to 2014 and as CEO of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, a global Jewish humanitarian organization, from 2017 to 2019. David is the author of How to Save the World in Six (Not So Easy) Steps: Bringing Out the Best in Nonprofits. A co-chair of Columbia University's new task force on antisemitism, he is also a co-founder and co-chair of the Center for Israeli Legal Studies at Columbia Law School; co-founder and co-chair of the Richman Center for Law, Business and Public Policy; and a Charter Trustee of Ramaz. He served as a law clerk to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the US Supreme Court and Judge Alex Kozinski on the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Complimentary copies of David's book will be available courtesy of the Center for Israeli Legal Studies at Columbia Law School.


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Free Speech, Exclusion and Campus Climate

Speaker: David Schizer, JD

How can universities guarantee the right of students and faculty to engage in peaceful protest while also ensuring that protests don't disrupt research and classes or contribute to a hostile learning and working environment?

As TheWall Street Journal has reported, "Jewish students have been barred from several student-run associations unless they renounce Zionism." If that is the case, what are our future leaders learning? Hear from a co-chair of an Ivy League university’s task force on antisemitism, who testified in the Congressional hearing on Columbia University in April.

David Shizer

David Schizer, JD is dean emeritus and Harvey R. Miller professor of law and economics at Columbia Law School. He served as dean from 2004 to 2014 and as CEO of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, a global Jewish humanitarian organization, from 2017 to 2019. David is the author of How to Save the World in Six (Not So Easy) Steps: Bringing Out the Best in Nonprofits. A co-chair of Columbia University's new task force on antisemitism, he is also a co-founder and co-chair of the Center for Israeli Legal Studies at Columbia Law School; co-founder and co-chair of the Richman Center for Law, Business and Public Policy; and a Charter Trustee of Ramaz. He served as a law clerk to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the US Supreme Court and Judge Alex Kozinski on the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Complimentary copies of David's book will be available courtesy of the Center for Israeli Legal Studies at Columbia Law School.


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You'll be fascinated to hear the stories of severely wounded soldiers and civilians treated at Hadassah hospitals in Jerusalem. HMO physicians and caregivers will speak about the new technology and innovative procedures used to save their lives. See how these brave survivors of the war have been rehabilitated at the new Gandel Rehabilitation Center at Hadassah Hospital Mount Scopus. Hadassah hospitals have treated over 500 patients as a result of the events of October 7, including many of those with the most complicated and life-threatening injuries.


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The Two Faces of the Hadassah Medical Organization  

You'll be fascinated to hear the stories of severely wounded soldiers and civilians treated at Hadassah hospitals in Jerusalem. HMO physicians and caregivers will speak about the new technology and innovative procedures used to save their lives. See how these brave survivors of the war have been rehabilitated at the new Gandel Rehabilitation Center at Hadassah Hospital Mount Scopus. Hadassah hospitals have treated over 500 patients as a result of the events of October 7, including many of those with the most complicated and life-threatening injuries.


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The Two Faces of the Hadassah Medical Organization  

You'll be fascinated to hear the stories of severely wounded soldiers and civilians treated at Hadassah hospitals in Jerusalem. HMO physicians and caregivers will speak about the new technology and innovative procedures used to save their lives. See how these brave survivors of the war have been rehabilitated at the new Gandel Rehabilitation Center at Hadassah Hospital Mount Scopus. Hadassah hospitals have treated over 500 patients as a result of the events of October 7, including many of those with the most complicated and life-threatening injuries.


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The Two Faces of the Hadassah Medical Organization  

You'll be fascinated to hear the stories of severely wounded soldiers and civilians treated at Hadassah hospitals in Jerusalem. HMO physicians and caregivers will speak about the new technology and innovative procedures used to save their lives. See how these brave survivors of the war have been rehabilitated at the new Gandel Rehabilitation Center at Hadassah Hospital Mount Scopus. Hadassah hospitals have treated over 500 patients as a result of the events of October 7, including many of those with the most complicated and life-threatening injuries.


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The Two Faces of the Hadassah Medical Organization  

You'll be fascinated to hear the stories of severely wounded soldiers and civilians treated at Hadassah hospitals in Jerusalem. HMO physicians and caregivers will speak about the new technology and innovative procedures used to save their lives. See how these brave survivors of the war have been rehabilitated at the new Gandel Rehabilitation Center at Hadassah Hospital Mount Scopus. Hadassah hospitals have treated over 500 patients as a result of the events of October 7, including many of those with the most complicated and life-threatening injuries.


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2024 July National Conference Chair: Michelle Hubertus
2024 July National Conference Vice Chair: Geri Lipschitz

Questions? Please email meetingsandtravel@hadassah.org.

For questions related to the National Assembly or National Board meetings, please contact Hadassah National Secretary Marcia Gabrilove Ladin at mladin@hadassah.org.


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2024 July National Conference Chair: Michelle Hubertus
2024 July National Conference Vice Chair: Geri Lipschitz

Questions? Please email meetingsandtravel@hadassah.org.

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2024 July National Conference Vice Chair: Geri Lipschitz

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REGISTRATION INCENTIVE & OFFICIAL RULES

The first 75 fully paid registrants who register for Hadassah’s July 2024 National Conference at the website registration link above after registration opens on May 7, 2024, will be eligible to participate in one (1) of three (3) special experiences during Hadassah’s July 2024 National Conference, which will be assigned by Hadassah in its sole discretion. The experiences include:
• a photo opp with a special guest; or
• a coffee session with Prof. Yoram Weiss and/or Dalia Itzik; or
• an intimate meet-and-greet session with author Talia Carner. Please bring your copy of Carner's book, The Boy with the Star Tattoo, for her to sign.

The following individuals are ineligible to participate in this incentive: National Board members, National Assembly members, region presidents and those receiving subventions or other funding from Hadassah.
Winners will be notified of the experience s/he will receive by email no later than July 15, 2024. Hadassah will post on this website page (https://www.hadassah.org/vegas2024) when the first 75 fully paid and eligible registrations have been received. Winners will be notified by email at that time and will also be separately notified by email of the experience s/he will receive no later than July 15, 2024. The special experience cannot be transferred, redeemed for cash or substituted.
Individuals who do not comply with the July 2024 National Conference instructions, rules, restrictions and policies contained in the registration materials or otherwise hereafter established will be automatically disqualified from this incentive.
Hadassah reserves the right to cancel this incentive and/or to substitute or modify these official rules and/or the special experiences at any time for any reason whatsoever and without notice.
Registration for Hadassah’s July 2024 National Conference is solely the responsibility of each registrant. Hadassah is not responsible for registrations that are processed late or incorrectly, those that are lost due to computer or electronic malfunction or other error, or for those registrations that, for any reason, are not received by Hadassah.

REGISTRATION INCENTIVE & OFFICIAL RULES

The first 75 fully paid registrants who register for Hadassah’s July 2024 National Conference at the website registration link above after registration opens on May 7, 2024, will be eligible to participate in one (1) of three (3) special experiences during Hadassah’s July 2024 National Conference, which will be assigned by Hadassah in its sole discretion. The experiences include:
• a photo opp with a special guest; or
• a coffee session with Prof. Yoram Weiss and/or Dalia Itzik; or
• an intimate meet-and-greet session with author Talia Carner. Please bring your copy of Carner's book, The Boy with the Star Tattoo, for her to sign.

The following individuals are ineligible to participate in this incentive: National Board members, National Assembly members, region presidents and those receiving subventions or other funding from Hadassah.
Winners will be notified of the experience s/he will receive by email no later than July 15, 2024. Hadassah will post on this website page (https://www.hadassah.org/vegas2024) when the first 75 fully paid and eligible registrations have been received. Winners will be notified by email at that time and will also be separately notified by email of the experience s/he will receive no later than July 15, 2024. The special experience cannot be transferred, redeemed for cash or substituted.
Individuals who do not comply with the July 2024 National Conference instructions, rules, restrictions and policies contained in the registration materials or otherwise hereafter established will be automatically disqualified from this incentive.
Hadassah reserves the right to cancel this incentive and/or to substitute or modify these official rules and/or the special experiences at any time for any reason whatsoever and without notice.
Registration for Hadassah’s July 2024 National Conference is solely the responsibility of each registrant. Hadassah is not responsible for registrations that are processed late or incorrectly, those that are lost due to computer or electronic malfunction or other error, or for those registrations that, for any reason, are not received by Hadassah.

REGISTRATION INCENTIVE & OFFICIAL RULES

The first 75 fully paid registrants who register for Hadassah’s July 2024 National Conference at the website registration link above after registration opens on May 7, 2024, will be eligible to participate in one (1) of three (3) special experiences during Hadassah’s July 2024 National Conference, which will be assigned by Hadassah in its sole discretion. The experiences include:
• a photo opp with a special guest; or
• a coffee session with Prof. Yoram Weiss and/or Dalia Itzik; or
• an intimate meet-and-greet session with author Talia Carner. Please bring your copy of Carner's book, The Boy with the Star Tattoo, for her to sign.

The following individuals are ineligible to participate in this incentive: National Board members, National Assembly members, region presidents and those receiving subventions or other funding from Hadassah.
Winners will be notified of the experience s/he will receive by email no later than July 15, 2024. Hadassah will post on this website page (https://www.hadassah.org/vegas2024) when the first 75 fully paid and eligible registrations have been received. Winners will be notified by email at that time and will also be separately notified by email of the experience s/he will receive no later than July 15, 2024. The special experience cannot be transferred, redeemed for cash or substituted.
Individuals who do not comply with the July 2024 National Conference instructions, rules, restrictions and policies contained in the registration materials or otherwise hereafter established will be automatically disqualified from this incentive.
Hadassah reserves the right to cancel this incentive and/or to substitute or modify these official rules and/or the special experiences at any time for any reason whatsoever and without notice.
Registration for Hadassah’s July 2024 National Conference is solely the responsibility of each registrant. Hadassah is not responsible for registrations that are processed late or incorrectly, those that are lost due to computer or electronic malfunction or other error, or for those registrations that, for any reason, are not received by Hadassah.

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REGISTRATION INCENTIVE & OFFICIAL RULES

The first 75 fully paid registrants who register for Hadassah’s July 2024 National Conference at the website registration link above after registration opens on May 7, 2024, will be eligible to participate in one (1) of three (3) special experiences during Hadassah’s July 2024 National Conference, which will be assigned by Hadassah in its sole discretion. The experiences include:
• a photo opp with a special guest; or
• a coffee session with Prof. Yoram Weiss and/or Dalia Itzik; or
• an intimate meet-and-greet session with author Talia Carner. Please bring your copy of Carner's book, The Boy with the Star Tattoo, for her to sign.

The following individuals are ineligible to participate in this incentive: National Board members, National Assembly members, region presidents and those receiving subventions or other funding from Hadassah.
Winners will be notified of the experience s/he will receive by email no later than July 15, 2024. Hadassah will post on this website page (https://www.hadassah.org/vegas2024) when the first 75 fully paid and eligible registrations have been received. Winners will be notified by email at that time and will also be separately notified by email of the experience s/he will receive no later than July 15, 2024. The special experience cannot be transferred, redeemed for cash or substituted.
Individuals who do not comply with the July 2024 National Conference instructions, rules, restrictions and policies contained in the registration materials or otherwise hereafter established will be automatically disqualified from this incentive.
Hadassah reserves the right to cancel this incentive and/or to substitute or modify these official rules and/or the special experiences at any time for any reason whatsoever and without notice.
Registration for Hadassah’s July 2024 National Conference is solely the responsibility of each registrant. Hadassah is not responsible for registrations that are processed late or incorrectly, those that are lost due to computer or electronic malfunction or other error, or for those registrations that, for any reason, are not received by Hadassah.

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REGISTRATION INCENTIVE & OFFICIAL RULES

The first 75 fully paid registrants who register for Hadassah’s July 2024 National Conference at the website registration link above after registration opens on May 7, 2024, will be eligible to participate in one (1) of three (3) special experiences during Hadassah’s July 2024 National Conference, which will be assigned by Hadassah in its sole discretion. The experiences include:
• a photo opp with a special guest; or
• a coffee session with Prof. Yoram Weiss and/or Dalia Itzik; or
• an intimate meet-and-greet session with author Talia Carner. Please bring your copy of Carner's book, The Boy with the Star Tattoo, for her to sign.

The following individuals are ineligible to participate in this incentive: National Board members, National Assembly members, region presidents and those receiving subventions or other funding from Hadassah.
Winners will be notified of the experience s/he will receive by email no later than July 15, 2024. Hadassah will post on this website page (https://www.hadassah.org/vegas2024) when the first 75 fully paid and eligible registrations have been received. Winners will be notified by email at that time and will also be separately notified by email of the experience s/he will receive no later than July 15, 2024. The special experience cannot be transferred, redeemed for cash or substituted.
Individuals who do not comply with the July 2024 National Conference instructions, rules, restrictions and policies contained in the registration materials or otherwise hereafter established will be automatically disqualified from this incentive.
Hadassah reserves the right to cancel this incentive and/or to substitute or modify these official rules and/or the special experiences at any time for any reason whatsoever and without notice.
Registration for Hadassah’s July 2024 National Conference is solely the responsibility of each registrant. Hadassah is not responsible for registrations that are processed late or incorrectly, those that are lost due to computer or electronic malfunction or other error, or for those registrations that, for any reason, are not received by Hadassah.
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NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF VOTING MEMBERS

To the Voting Members of Hadassah, The Women’s Zionist Organization of America, Inc. (“HWZOA”):
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that an annual meeting of the voting members of HWZOA will be held at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino located at 3667 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109. The meeting will be held on Monday, July 29, 2024, at 9:30 A.M. – 11:15 A.M. PST for the purposes of (I) reviewing the annual financial report of HWZOA, (II) adopting potential amendments to HWZOA’s Constitution, (III) electing 3 National Vice Presidents and up to 17 members of the National Board, and (IV) conducting any other relevant business.
Only HWZOA’s voting members, i.e., the registered delegates of HWZOA, are entitled to attend and vote at this annual meeting.

NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF VOTING MEMBERS

To the Voting Members of Hadassah, The Women’s Zionist Organization of America, Inc. (“HWZOA”):
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that an annual meeting of the voting members of HWZOA will be held at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino located at 3667 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109. The meeting will be held on Monday, July 29, 2024, at 9:30 A.M. – 11:15 A.M. PST for the purposes of (I) reviewing the annual financial report of HWZOA, (II) adopting potential amendments to HWZOA’s Constitution, (III) electing 3 National Vice Presidents and up to 17 members of the National Board, and (IV) conducting any other relevant business.
Only HWZOA’s voting members, i.e., the registered delegates of HWZOA, are entitled to attend and vote at this annual meeting.

NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF VOTING MEMBERS

To the Voting Members of Hadassah, The Women’s Zionist Organization of America, Inc. (“HWZOA”):
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that an annual meeting of the voting members of HWZOA will be held at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino located at 3667 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109. The meeting will be held on Monday, July 29, 2024, at 9:30 A.M. – 11:15 A.M. PST for the purposes of (I) reviewing the annual financial report of HWZOA, (II) adopting potential amendments to HWZOA’s Constitution, (III) electing 3 National Vice Presidents and up to 17 members of the National Board, and (IV) conducting any other relevant business.
Only HWZOA’s voting members, i.e., the registered delegates of HWZOA, are entitled to attend and vote at this annual meeting.

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NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF VOTING MEMBERS

To the Voting Members of Hadassah, The Women’s Zionist Organization of America, Inc. (“HWZOA”):
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that an annual meeting of the voting members of HWZOA will be held at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino located at 3667 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109. The meeting will be held on Monday, July 29, 2024, at 9:30 A.M. – 11:15 A.M. PST for the purposes of (I) reviewing the annual financial report of HWZOA, (II) adopting potential amendments to HWZOA’s Constitution, (III) electing 3 National Vice Presidents and up to 17 members of the National Board, and (IV) conducting any other relevant business.
Only HWZOA’s voting members, i.e., the registered delegates of HWZOA, are entitled to attend and vote at this annual meeting.

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NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF VOTING MEMBERS

To the Voting Members of Hadassah, The Women’s Zionist Organization of America, Inc. (“HWZOA”):
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that an annual meeting of the voting members of HWZOA will be held at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino located at 3667 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109. The meeting will be held on Monday, July 29, 2024, at 9:30 A.M. – 11:15 A.M. PST for the purposes of (I) reviewing the annual financial report of HWZOA, (II) adopting potential amendments to HWZOA’s Constitution, (III) electing 3 National Vice Presidents and up to 17 members of the National Board, and (IV) conducting any other relevant business.
Only HWZOA’s voting members, i.e., the registered delegates of HWZOA, are entitled to attend and vote at this annual meeting.
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