We are looking for our district's past leaders from District 4, 5 and the Atlantic District.
If you are a past District President, past District Board Member - elected or appointed, a past Sisterhood President, a past District WRJ Board Member please join our reinvigorated group. This group will help us connect/reconnect with each other and support our current leaders. One of the things we will support with our alumnae commitment dollars is the Nanci Pompan Leadership Development Fund.
1. We are looking for a name for our group - submit your entry. Winning submission will win a $25 Amazon gift card.
Please join us for an important conversation - our guest speaker will address important topics affecting us today.
Rachel Hall serves as a Program Manager for the Union for Reform Judaism’s (URJ) Audacious Hospitality team, where she reviews URJ content and programming through an anti-oppressive lens, striving to make our organization as inclusive as possible. Rachel is an openly bisexual Jewish woman from a working-class background who believes our early
experiences with race, economic class, gender, ability, and access to power and privilege shape us individually as well as how we relate to various communities. Rachel has over 15 years of nonprofit experience related to diversity, equity and inclusion, with 8 years focused on nonprofit management and leadership development. Rachel has a BA from Clark University in Psychology/Communications and Culture, with a focus in Women’s
Studies. She received her MA from Simmons College in Cultural Gender Studies, focusing on race, class, gender, and systems of oppression.