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Michael Douglas announced that Hillel International would be the first grant recipient of the inclusivity initiative launched by the Genesis Prize Foundation and himself.
Rabbi Josh Bolton’s 100 Prompts, Provocations, and Situations for Jewish Growth on Campus offers 100 opportunities for radical amazement from every day encounters.
Hillel International today named Mimi Lee Kravetz as the organization’s first Chief Talent Officer. In her new role, Kravetz will bring her experience with Google’s innovative People Operations team to Hillel as she oversees the organization’s objective to become a “best place to work,” including attracting and developing the next generation of Jewish professionals. She will begin work in August.