Cocktails & Conversation with the BPN Circle
Join us at Mountain Ridge Country Club on Wednesday, November 17 at 7 p.m. to hear from Gregory Zuckerman, award-winning business journalist, Special Writer at The Wall Street Journal, and author of the new book, A Shot to Save the World: The Inside Story of the Life-or-Death Race for a COVID-19 Vaccine.
Light bites and cocktails will be served.
For the safety of all guests, we require all attendees to be fully vaccinated and ask that you bring proof of vaccination with you.
For more information or to join the BPN Circle contact Marcy Fink, BPN Director at email@example.com
In support of the 2022 UJA Annual Campaign
Business & Professionals Network (BPN) Leadership:
Becky Novin Cannon and Ari Wise, Division Chairs
Ben Lehrhoff, NextDor BPN Chair
Deborah Vineberg Jacob, Vice President, Pomegranate Campaign, Women’s Philanthropy
Matt Beck, Philip Bershad, Jason Black, Michele Fine, Casey Holstein, Michael Kaplan, Sherri Langburt, Liz Liss, Lisa Olender, Jenna Ovadia, Mark Polson, Andrea Rosen, Adam Sandler, Rachel & Zev Scherl, Evan Schonfeld, Alex Skibinsky, and Brent Weisenberg
*The BPN Circle is comprised of professionals from our Greater MetroWest region who make a minimum gift of $1,000 or more to Federation’s annual campaign. BPN Circle members will have the opportunity to hear from a diverse group of C-suite speakers, develop new connections, participate in hands-on volunteer projects and help to make a difference through the work of Jewish Federation. After each of our events, for participants who “opt-in” we will share contact information to help Circle members broaden their network.
Please Note: As Federation slowly returns to in-person programs and events, our COVID protocols are based on government guidelines and the health and safety of our program participants and staff. For the safety of all guests, we require all attendees to be fully vaccinated and ask that you bring proof of vaccination with you. To be sensitive to all who attend Federation events:
- Attendees should try to maintain a safe distance of at least six feet from one another
- Masks must be worn if social distancing is not possible, except when eating or drinking
- If you are not feeling well, please refrain from attending the event