folder of welcome documents: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/19vY-yonQV0f_RKEf66ybfM5oWjVW_I-v

Hadar Jewish Wisdom Fellowshiphttps://www.hadar.org/jewish-wisdom-fellowship

Fellows: https://docs.google.com/document/d/10xE33TBf1jjIbs2mDevbInUKkMk-PgrSbXg5BGJaEC0/edit

Faculty: https://docs.google.com/document/d/15cXJWjtqt6pQ21rXlQ6cEFBfvKsE0nBtbHPxZT9mErY/edit

Yitzhak Bronstein (General Cohort on Money and Power): director of Maimonides Moot Court Competition at Hadar, overseeing programming at the high school and collegiate levels. Previously he lived in Chicago as a Jewish educator for Moishe House, working with young adult leaders to strengthen educational experiences in their peer-led communities. He is a 2019 FASPE Ethics fellow (Fellowship at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics) and traveled to Germany and Poland with FASPE. Originally from New York, Yitzhak has studied at the University of Chicago Divinity School and Yeshiva University. He lives in Washington DC and is excited to be part of Hadar’s growing presence in the city. bronstein@hadar.org

staffMordy Labaton (Labaton@hadar.org; 646-770-1468), Elise Rose (Rose@hadar.org), Ari Katzman-Jacobson (katzmanjacobson@hadar.org)

email entire Google group: WisdomFellowship2021@hadar.org

Google group for the individual cohort:

Virtual Cohort Binderhttps://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1SwTGCK7ZaQOvDYb8P0tKEv0qr2UxB0vZ

Schedule: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oGzB9d-02dyJBo1m_KGtsRmElS1n_5I-j4-kXgYnsZg/edit

6/22 1:30-3 PM EST JWF Opening Session (All together)
6/29, 7/6, 7/13 1:30-3 PM EST JWF General Professional Cohort:

Money and Power

6/24, 7/1, 7/8, 7/15 1:30-3 PM EST Havruta Sessions
7/20 1:30-3 PM EST JWF Closing Session (All together)