Tuesday, November 9th
10AM – 11 AM Pacific / 12pm-1pm Central / 1pm – 2pm Eastern / 8pm – 9pm Israeli Daylight Time
We are delighted to announce an upcoming webinar in partnership with The Sillerman Center for the Advancement of Philanthropy at Brandeis University. From their newest study, The State of Youth Philanthropy 2020 – 2021 the Sillerman Center explores the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on youth philanthropy programs across the United States. Several programs within the Honeycomb network played a big part in helping this research come together.
Join the Sillerman Center and Honeycomb as we talk through findings from this study and strategies that programs can implement to help overcome challenges that Jewish youth programs are facing during this time. Attendees will also hear from Rachel Halevi, one of Honeycomb’s amazing network program leaders, about solutions that she has implemented in her program at the Jewish Teen Foundation.
Sheryl Seller – Assistant Director, The Sillerman Center for the Advancement of Philanthropy at Brandeis University.
Sheryl Seller is Sillerman’s Assistant Director, with responsibilities including directing Sillerman’s youth philanthropy project, management of Sillerman Center Fellowships, and coordination of Sillerman events, courses, and programming. She also chairs Social Justice Funders Network, where she collaborates with other social justice funders to build relationships and advance learning among those in the philanthropic sector working to address the root causes of the injustices in our communities.
Katherine Ponce – Senior Associate of Special Projects at the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy.
Katherine Ponce is the Senior Associate of Special Projects at the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy. As a member of the Research Team, Katherine performs qualitative and quantitative research to hold philanthropy accountable. Katherine has earned multiple fellowships, both internationally and domestically including her previous role at the Sillerman Center where she analyzed data trends for the center’s publications.
Rachel Halevi – Program Manager, Jewish Teen Foundation | Jewish Community Federation & Endowment Fund (and Honeycomb network member)
Rachel graduated from the University of Arizona with a double major in Psychology and Judaic Studies and earned her MA in Crisis and Trauma from Tel Aviv University. In 2014, Rachel found herself in San Francisco (kudos to many summers at URJ Camp Newman for drawing her to the Bay) and started working at the Jim Joseph Foundation, igniting her passion for philanthropy. Rachel now runs the Jewish Teen Foundation, where she can combine her love of philanthropy, teen empowerment, social justice, and the Jewish community/Israel to name a few.