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Lori Motis: A WRJ Leadership Spotlight

Lori Motis
November 18, 2022
Supporting our local congregations and communities is what makes Sisterhood membership so rewarding. WRJ expands on this by connecting us to other sisterhoods and communities in this amazing network. Our impact in the world is magnified by our involvement in the organization.

Marilyn Morrison: A WRJ Leadership Spotlight

Marilyn Morrison
October 28, 2022
Never in my wildest dreams would I have thought I would be District President, but WRJ gave me the confidence and knowledge to move forward. That confidence has profoundly shaped other areas of my life, from my professional life to my recreational life. I made a big career move last year, one I am sure I would not have made without the leadership skills formed in WRJ.

Madelyn Davidson: A WRJ Leadership Spotlight

Madelyn Davidson
September 30, 2022
"I have to say the thing I love most about WRJ is the deep and lasting friendships I have made. It was wonderful to be in a room of women with whom I instantly “clicked” on many levels. Some of the acquaintances became friends, and some of those friends became best friends."

How to Host a Hybrid Event

Madelyn Davidson
May 27, 2022
"On April 9th, WRJ's Southeast District held its first in-person event in over two years, and it was GLORIOUS! It was so wonderful to be in the same room with 24 of my WRJ sisters and on Zoom with another nine, sharing a meal and conversation, catching up on two years of events, and learning together from amazing speakers. This was also the first hybrid event in any of the eight WRJ districts, and we pulled it off without a hitch!

A WRJ Leadership Spotlight!

Zabe Williams
January 13, 2022
What I love most about WRJ is the feeling that I make a difference even as an individual. My donations to the YES Fund help, the advocacy work done through the RAC makes our voices heard and the women I meet.

Future of Judaica Shops within Synagogues

Kay Schachter
August 19, 2021
As synagogues reopen and life splutters anew with more simchas, we return to temple for classes, programs, and worship. So, the question remains: What has been the impact of COVID on our business, and how do we see the future of Judaica shops within synagogues?