Start-Up People: Strategies for Engaging Jewish Tech Entrepreneurs

Sunday, March 16, 2014 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

While Israel is the Start Up Nation, thousands of tech entrepreneurs in the United States - from Mark Zuckerberg to Dennis Crowley - give back, but how can we connect them to philanthropy through a Jewish lens? As one of the greatest philanthropic capacity cohorts, Jewish innovators will engage in dialogue to frame the potential direction of giving, answering: how can the tech model invigorate the established Jewish community; what lessons are learned from venture capital investing when applied to non-profit donations; and more.

Location

Oak Alley

Speakers

Brian Bordainick Carli Roth Jonathan Stone

Moderators

Ari Ackerman Jared Green

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