Our Coaching Circles offer Jewish Cleveland women an open, motivating, and engaging process to connect with women leaders through learning, meaningful conversations, mentoring, and peer-based coaching.
At this same point each year many of us are known to express that the holidays are always early or late but never on time. Time is a very important concept to the Jewish people. We are a people that marks both the passing of time and distinctions between time.
The Jewish Federation of Cleveland announced that Beth Wain Brandon is the 2019 recipient of the Gries Family Award in recognition of her lasting impact on Cleveland’s Jewish and general communities. The Gries awardee each year is someone who has demonstrated extensive top leadership in Federation and other local Jewish organization activities, as well as significant leadership in Greater Cleveland’s general community. Brandon, a dedicated community volunteer, was presented the award at the Jewish Federation of Cleveland Board of Trustees meeting on September 23.