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Nikki R. Haley is the former United States Permanent Representative to the United Nations. She served as a member of President Donald Trump’s Cabinet and on the UN National Security Council. During her time as ambassador, the United States took a strong stand against the chronic anti-Israel bias at the United Nations. In the UN Security Council, she proudly issued the first American veto in six years defending the United States’ sovereign right to move our Embassy to Jerusalem.

At the United Nations, Ambassador Haley introduced reforms that made the organization more efficient, transparent, and accountable. In a two-year period, she negotiated over $1.3 billion in savings, including rightsizing UN peacekeeping missions to make them more effective and targeted. She also championed human rights, challenging violators across the globe and standing up to oppressive regimes. Ambassador Haley hosted the first-ever session devoted solely to promoting human rights. She traveled the world visiting people oppressed by their own governments to see firsthand the challenges they face and to work with them directly on life-improving solutions.

Prior to being confirmed by the Senate as the 29th U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations in 2017, Haley served as the first female and first minority governor of South Carolina from 2010. Under Governor Haley’s leadership, South Carolina was a national leader in economic development. She also ushered in the state’s largest education reform in decades—making education funding more equitable for schools in the state's poorest communities, prioritizing reading in early grades, and equipping classrooms with the latest technology.

Born in Bamberg, South Carolina, Haley is the daughter of Indian immigrants and a graduate of Clemson University. She and her husband, Michael, a Major in the South Carolina Army National Guard and a combat veteran, have two children, Rena, 20, and Nalin, 17.

Keep up to date with Nikki's latest policy initiatives at www.StandForAmerica.com and follow her on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter at @NikkiHaley.

A Special Evening with Nikki Haley

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (2017-2019)

Moderated by Mark Wilf, Chair, Board of Trustees
The Jewish Federations of North America

In support of the 2020 UJA Annual Campaign

Monday, October 7
6:30 p.m.: Cocktails and Dinner Buffet*
7:30 p.m.: Program

Hilton Parsippany
1 Hilton Court, Parsippany

*Kosher Dietary Laws Observed

Tickets: $200 per person
NextDor (ages 22-45) Tickets: $150 per person
Please RSVP by Friday, September 13

Andrea & Bryan Bier ● Caren & Larry Rothenberg ● Julie & Jonathan Schwartz, Event Chairs

Michael Goldberg, UJA Campaign Chair
Jody Hurwitz Caplan, Women’s Philanthropy President

Donors who make a minimum combined household gift of $5,000 or more to the 2020 UJA Annual Campaign are welcome to attend this event. Donors 45 and under are invited to attend with a minimum gift of $3,600.

ACHIM donors (donors who make a household gift of $100,000 or more to the annual campaign) are invited to join us as our guest at this event.

For more information contact Sofya Iosiovich at siosiovich@jfedgmw.org or 973-929-3042.

The views of the speaker do not necessarily represent the views of Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ.

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Susan & Gary Aidekman
Martin Barber
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Barbara Drench
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Ruth & Michael Margolin
Susan & Benjamin Margulies
Ellen & Scott Maynard
Maxine B. Murnick

 

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Wendie & Stephen Ploscowe
Caren & Larry Rothenberg
Paula & David Saginaw
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