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The Search for a New CEO

Welcome to the first-ever Hear for Good podcast from the Jewish Federation of St. Louis. For our first podcast, Karen Sher, Senior Director of Community Engagement for Federation, interviews Gerry Greiman and Greg Yawitz, co-chairs of the CEO Search Committee. Find out how the search is going and how you can still nominate someone for…

Jewish Federation of St. Louis seeks applications, nominations for CEO position

Jewish Federation of St. Louis, the Jewish community’s central community-building, planning, and philanthropic organization, has begun inviting nominations and applications for the position of President and CEO. Reporting to the Chairman and the Board of Directors, the President/CEO provides strategic vision and leadership for the Jewish Federation of St. Louis and its 60 employees, empowering…

All staff working in Jewish community invited to explore ‘The Science of Happiness’

Tim Bono, a psychologist and faculty member in the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, will discuss “The Science of Happiness” with staff who work throughout the St. Louis Jewish community on May 22. Bono is a nationally recognized expert on the subject of happiness and has won several teaching…

Applications open for 7th cohort of Millstone Fellows

Applications are now open for the 7th cohort of Millstone Fellows, a collaborative model of leadership development for emerging and established leaders in the St. Louis Jewish community. Valuing effective leadership as being essential to ensuring a strong and united Jewish community, Fellows integrates Jewish learning with general leadership skill building so that participants will…

JProSTL will end its year with Community Feud game

It’s time to play the JProStl Community Feud! JProStl’s Annual “End of Year” Event will feature a Family Feud-style game where contestants will try to guess the audience survey answers submitted by members of the Jewish community. Find out the top answers for questions such as “what is the favorite staff lounge leftover for Jewish…

Midwest Innocence Project presents ‘Exonerated: Justice, justice shall you pursue’

Imagine spending decades in prison for a crime you didn’t commit. The Midwest Innocence Project seeks to set free those who, through wrongful convictions, end up as victims of our criminal justice system. On April 28, the Jewish Federation of St. Louis’ Professional Society and the Jewish Community Relations Council will present a rare opportunity…

JProStl Annual Luncheon, Awards Coming January 31

Honorees have been announced for the Annual JProStl Recognition Luncheon, which will take place Thursday, January 31, from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm at The J’s Staenberg Family Complex. The theme of the program is “The Future is Bright: Highlighting the Work of Our Professionals.” Recipients were chosen by a committee of JProStl leadership and…