“Allison Baumwald, Senior Vice President Annual Campaign and Melinda Michel, Vice President, The Associated Women”
-DFI at 13 celebration!
“Event in recognition of Baltimore Jewish Communal Professionals”
-DFI Creating a Connected Community – April 18, 2016
“I have never been a part of an organization like The Associated that is so committed to offering their professionals the tools for growth, conflict resolution and management skills provided by DFI.”
-Juliya Sheynman / Manager, General Campaign, The Associated
“DFI is my go-to for workshops to enhance my managerial and communication skills. ”
-Howard Reznick / Senior Manager, Prevention Education, Jewish Community Services
“Being part of an amazing cohort of new Jewish communal professionals through the Friedman Fellowship Program inspired me to grow as a Jewish leader in my agency and develop my career. I am grateful for DFI and am privileged to serve on their board – we are really making an impact.”
-Lara Nicolson / Shalom Baltimore and Interfaith Engagement Director, JCC of Greater Baltimore
GROWING JEWISH COMMUNAL LEADERS
The Darrell D. Friedman Institute for Professional Development at the Weinberg Center provides training and leadership development opportunities to professionals and lay leaders serving the Jewish community. Learn how you can expand your skills and competencies. To register for workshops, click here
How do we have a difficult conversation? In this session, we will explore the concept of machloket, disagreeing in a constructive manner, standing ones ground, and also being able to hear the other.
REGISTERFeb 15, 2017
For Professionals that Work in the Jewish Community: This cohort will focus on practical ways that we can raise awareness and open our tent to be more respectful and inclusive of ALL Jews.
The Art of Jewish Conversations:
Date: 01/23/2017 Time: 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm Location: Jewish Community Services Building, Room 124 Now more than ever, the Jewish people are in need of having meaningful and deep conversations. How do we have a difficult conversation? In this session, we will explore the concept of machloket, disagreeing in a constructive manner, standing ones ground, […]LEARN MORE
The 70 Faces of Diversity and Inclusion
By Miriam Gross, Engagement Coordinator at the DFI When we explore our relationship with the diversity within and around the Jewish community, the idea of Shivim Panim Latorah stands out as a perspective altering tool in that process. The midrash lets us know, in the midst of a discussion regarding measurements in the Temple service, that […]READ MORE