May 3, 2017 @ 12:30pm - 2:00pm

Leadership as a Jewish Journey

Category: Oheb Shalom Event

Location: Oheb Shalom



Come join us as we hear from Leslie Dannin Rosenthal, current president of the Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest, about her Jewish journey, and how she has been inspired to lead a life of spirituality and advocacy for Judaism and Israel.

Leslie's Jewish and spiritual life began at the famous Touro Synagogue (America's oldest synagogue), in Newport, Rhode Island, where Leslie grew up. Her story evolves as she shares with us stories of the people she met around the world along her journey of philanthropy and service.

Come to learn, connect and be inspired to develop your own personal Jewish legacy. We all have the power to be the architects of our own lives and our own Jewish identity, especially as we seek to serve others. Leslie is a source of inspiration as she shares and guides us through her personal journey.

This is an opportunity not to be missed.

Dairy lunch will be served. There is no cost for this program.

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Leslie Dannin Rosenthal is the president of the Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest, NJ.  She has served as UJA Annual Campaign Chair for Greater MetroWest and as Major Gifts Co-chair. Leslie has also served as president of MetroWest’s Women’s Philanthropy and Women’s Campaign Chair. Leslie is honored to serve as a member of the Jewish Federation of North America’s Board of Trustees and as a member of JFNA’s National Women’s Philanthropy Advisory Council.  She was a co-chair of the 2010 International Lion of Judah Conference.

Leslie has a life-long involvement in volunteer opportunities.  She is a past president of Oheb Shalom Congregation and a proud alumna of the National Young Leadership Cabinet of Jewish Federations of North America.

A graduate of Smith College and Boston University School of Law, Leslie served as a deputy attorney general in the New Jersey Attorney General’s Division of Law, representing the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. Leslie and her husband David live in South Orange and are the parents of James and Elise, who live currently live nearby, for which their parents are grateful.