Using three initiatives—The Collective, The Network, and The Convening—we identify transformational Jewish women leaders today; nurture a community of global change-makers; accelerate the impact these women can make in the lives of women and girls; and embrace smart risks and bold ideas..
The Collective is an active, ongoing community wherein visionary entrepreneurs and leaders collaborate and offer each other strategic support and advice. Members of The Collective have access to a wide range of offerings, including professional development, funding, leadership opportunities, community events, and more. Learn more here.
The Network is how, supporters, activists, innovators, and initiates create the foundation for a pipeline of talent prepared to take the reins and effect change in our communities. As participants in The Network you will learn from experts and leaders about emergent issues in the field, leverage your donation to make more of an impact, and make investments to support women. Learn more here.
The Convening provides Jewish philanthropists and social entrepreneurs and leaders with an annual opportunity to network, learn, and celebrate our work together. The Convening will include inspiring keynote speakers, participatory breakout sessions, spirited grant making, and plenty of time for one-on-one meetings with like-minded and like-hearted change-makers. The Convening is for progressive funders ready to think about philanthropy differently and innovative implementers ready to be challenged and energized. Learn more here.
Ta’amod: Stand Up! seeks to help Jewish communal institutions and all who work, learn, or worship at them develop cultures of safety, respect, and equity. We offer respectful workplace training through a Jewish lens as well as a robust resource bank of materials and vetted referrals in support of Jewish organizations and congregations. Ta’amod brings this work to the Jewish community with a frame of Jewish values and ethics and an acute understanding of the unique dynamics and needs of the Jewish communal space. Learn more here.