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Presidents Dinner


Tikkun Olam is a Hebrew phrase and key Jewish belief, which references the shared responsibility to heal, repair and transform the world. The goal of the Presidents Dinner is to bring in world-renowned speakers for a one-of-a-kind experience that will inspire our community with a global message of Tikkun Olam on an intimate level. We accomplish this by making the event accessible to all community members, while at the same time providing Corporate Sponsors the opportunity to gain awareness for their exposure.

Presidents Dinner is held annually between May and June.

Presidents Dinner 2022

The Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton is pleased to present the 2022 Presidents Dinner at the newly renovated Dayton Arcade.

Past Speakers

2019 Keynote Speaker Dr. Ruth Westheimer

World-renowned psychosexual therapist, author, and lecturer

2018 Keynote Speaker Lior Raz

Lead actor and co-creator of the critically acclaimed Netflix drama series FAUDA

2017 Keynote Speaker Dr. Deborah Lipstadt

Professor of Modern Jewish and Holocaust Studies at Emory University in Atlanta.

2016 Keynote Speaker Randi Zuckerberg

Founder & CEO of Zuckerberg Media

2015 Keynote Speaker David Gregory

Seasoned NBC Journalist & Anchor

Jewish Observer

Israeli Minister of Foreign Affairs Yair Lapid appointed Israel’s first special envoy for combating antisemitism and the delegitimization of Israel, naming Israeli American artist and author Noa Tishby to the position April 11 in Jerusalem. Tishby will keynote the Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton’s Presidents Dinner in the rotunda of The post Israel’s first-ever envoy to combat antisemitism will keynote Federation Presidents Dinner May 15 appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

A poem for Yom Hashoah

    By Zoe Kourlas, Grade Eight, Hastings Middle School 2022 Max May and Lydia May Memorial Holocaust Art and Writing Contest, sponsored by the Greater Dayton Holocaust Education Committee   The post A poem for Yom Hashoah appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

Area Reform leaders mourn HUC vote to end residential rabbinical program in Cincinnati

By Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer To say Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati’s connections with Dayton-area Reform congregations run deep would be an understatement. It was natural for the architect of Reform Judaism in the United States, Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise, to reach out from his Cincinnati perch to The post Area Reform leaders mourn HUC vote to end residential rabbinical program in Cincinnati appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

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