Ladies Night Out

Monday, February 26*
7 p.m.

Temple Emanu-El
756 E. Broad St., Westfield

Featuring Rachel Cohen Gerrol

Dinner buffet • Kosher dietary laws observed

Couvert: $54

A minimum gift of $118 to the 2018 UJA Women's Campaign is requested to attend this event.

Please register by February 20.

Soraya Chafetz, Dorie Eisenstein, and Cynthia Root, Event Chairs

Our Guest Speaker

Rachel Cohen GerrolRachel Cohen Gerrol

Join us to hear about Rachel’s inspirational Jewish journey. Through her interfaith background and life-changing Birthright Israel experience, Rachel found her calling: empowering millennials to keep Jewish communities vibrant and strong. She has dedicated her life to creating innovative programs that engage young Jews in new ways, such as the Shabbat Hoppin’ program in Washington, D.C. She helped organize the White House Conference on Next Gen Philanthropy and spent eight years as Special Assistant to Ambassador Nancy Rubin, U.S. Representative to the U.N. Human Rights Commission. Rachel’s work has been featured in The New York Times, Forbes, Vanity Fair, and The Huffington Post.   

Come learn why Rachel was called “Jewish Girl of the Year” and named one of the “99 Most Influential Foreign Policy Leaders under 33.”


Table Hostesses

Ann Leeb – Pomegranate Table
Taryn Berelowitz
Shari Berman
Andrea Bier
Deborah Brody
Jody Hurwitz Caplan
Soraya Chafetz
Heidi Cohen
Mariela Dybner
Dorie Eisenstein
Terri Friedman
Rebecca A. Gold
Ellen Goldner


Deborah Jacob
Stephanie Karp
Stacey Kaufman
Gail Kleinman
Lauren LaConti
Michele Landau
Robyn Laveman
Joan Schiffer Levinson
Lisa Lisser
Ruth B. Margolin
Lisa Olender
Judith Paris
RoAnna Pascher
Robin Plattman​


Robin Polson
Laura Queller
Alia Ramer
Cynthia Root
Mindunn Rose
Rebecca Rosenheck
Leslie Dannin Rosenthal
Gerri Rothfleisch
Shira Rothschild
Paula Saginaw
Maxine Schwartz
Joanie Schwarz
Lynda Wachsteter
Linda Weissbrod

For more information contact Bobbie McClain at or (973) 929-3057

*Snow date: Monday, March 5

The vision for Women’s Philanthropy of Greater MetroWest NJ is to engage Jewish women through dynamic programs that benefit their lives and others in the local community, in Israel, and overseas. Guided by the principles of tzedakah (righteousness), Klal Yisrael (Jewish Peoplehood), and tikkun olam (repairing the world), Women’s Philanthropy’s support of the UJA Annual Campaign enables our vision to become a reality.

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

Building an inclusive community is a priority. Contact us and we will make every effort to meet your needs.