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Living Generously: A Gathering for Good

Date: Thursday, October 20
Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm (EDT)
Crystal Plaza

We are excited to be back in person! Join Greater MetroWest’s most philanthropic women at our Signature Women’s Philanthropy Event featuring special guest speaker Juju Chang, Emmy Award-winning co-anchor of ABC News Nightline and a regular contributor to Good Morning America and 20/20.

Help us honor Lori Klinghoffer, National Women’s Philanthropy Kipnis-Wilson/Friedland Award recipient and celebrate 50 years of the Lion of Judah.

10 a.m. Brunch reception followed by program

$118 per person
Achim Donors are invited as our guests

In support of the 2023 UJA Annual Campaign*

Online registration is now closed. For more information, please contact Claudia Lukac at clukac@jfedgmw.org or (973) 929-3057.

Please note: Attendees of in-person events and programs must be fully vaccinated, including booster, and be able to provide proof of vaccination. Masks are optional. If you are not feeling well, please refrain from attending.

*This event is intended for women who make a household gift of $1,000 or more to the 2023 UJA Annual Campaign with a special opportunity for women making their first gift to Federation!

Juju Chang
Emmy Award-winning co-anchor of ABC News Nightline

With the rise of hate crimes against the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community, Juju Chang leveraged her platform to become a much-admired champion of social change. She made U.S. broadcast history co-anchoring the 2021 ABC News Live special, Stop The Hate: The Rise In Violence Against Asian Americans alongside fellow Korean-American co-anchor Eva Pilgrim and a cast of AAPI journalists, thought leaders, lawmakers and celebrities. Known for her in-depth personal narratives and long-form storytelling, Chang has won acclaim for stories with underlying themes of civil and women’s rights and social justice. Juju made the personal decision to convert to Judaism years after marrying Neal Shapiro, President and CEO of WNET.

Event Chairs:
Lory Bernstein and Terri Goldberg

Event Committee (in formation):
Karen E. Aaron, Shari Berman, Andrea G. Bier, Shari Broder, Lisa Buber, Jody Hurwitz Caplan, Heidi Cohen, Michelle Cohen, Barbara Drench, Dorie Eisenstein, Donna Ellenbogen, Daryl Epstein, Toby Fanburg, Alex Feinstein, Marjorie Feinstein, Anna Fisch, Thelma Florin, Stacie Friedman, Terri Friedman, Andrea Brody Gillman, Rebecca A. Gold, Toby Goldberger, Caroline Goldstein, Paula Gottesman, Abbi Halpern, Sharon Halpern, Dr Lynne B Harrison, Mimi M. Heyman, Merle Hirschmann, Debbie Janoff, Genesia Kamen, Patti Kent, Alexandra Kerner, Jeri Kimowitz, Michele Landau, Robyn Laveman, Joan Schiffer Levinson, Lisa Lisser, Merle Lomrantz, Sheree Mandelbaum, Carol Marcus, Rachel Klinghoffer Marcus, Ruth B. Margolin, Sydra Miller, Maxine B. Murnick, Padi Nazmiyal, Erica Needle, RoAnna Pascher, Sheryl Pearlstein, Wendie Ploscowe, Robin Polson, Faith Racusin, Michelle Retik, Mindunn Rose, Leslie Dannin Rosenthal, Caren Rothenberg, Shira B. Rothschild, Paula Saginaw, Elisa Sandler, Rachel Braun Scherl, Maxine Schwartz, Sylvia Seltzer, Alette Slobodien, Frema Sobel, Sylvia Steiner, Cathy Tabak, Elana Wilf Tanzman, Gail P. Kreitman Toll, Arielle Welt, Jane Wilf, Jessica Wise, Deborah Zuckerman

Women’s Philanthropy of Greater MetroWest NJ
Deborah Jacob, President
Abbi Halpern, Vice President, Major Gifts
Robyn Laveman, Vice President, Pomegranates
Diane Bakst, Director

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