Attorney Martin Russo, Mark Birnbaum & Steve Forbes


Young Jewish Professionals (YJP) is honored to host Steve Forbes, Chairman and Editor-in-chief of Forbes Inc., at our exclusive CEO Lunch on Tuesday, October 21st.   Forbes Inc., holds the title of the nation’s leading business magazine and reaches a worldwide audience of 6 million people.  An avid Israeli supporter, Mr. Forbes has made his mark […]

Dr. Chauncey Crandall & PR Students


Whether one is a constant teacher like Dr. Chauncey Crandall, or a student of the arts, wise citizens are always learning. Like many others, Theresa Graham a student of the Department of Journalism at Indiana University has a public relations assignment which she is asking any participants to assist her with.  She may be reached […]

Jonah Engler, JFN & Other Funders


How can philanthropy thrive in an uncertain, ever-changing world? How can funders and nonprofits benefit from, instead of suffering from the unexpected? How can we build resilient strategies that deal with unforeseen crises? Jewish Funders Network President and CEO Andrés Spokoiny will teach a one-day class at New York University on October 14 from 9 […]

3 Big Data questions your company must answer

Big Data

Big Data is definitely the hot topic now in just about any consumer business model. But how can it help your business? What’s the big deal about Big Data, anyway? After all, industry fads and tech advantages come and go all the time. Last year’s surefire winner is next year’s obsolete money pit. How can […]

Do it Yourself Public Relations, To DIY or not to DIY your PR


Whether you run a large organization or you’re self-employed, you’ll find that a little public relations goes a long way in getting your name out there. Thanks to the Internet, do-it-yourself PR is easier than ever, so here are some ways you can self-publicize. Learn the PR Basics Although it seems easy, PR has a […]

$10 Million Gift to Fund Faculty Fellowships at the MU School of Journalism


The Donald W. Reynolds Foundation reaches $100 million in giving to MU The Donald W. Reynolds Foundation has pledged $10 million to the University of Missouri School of Journalism to enhance faculty salaries.  This most recent gift makes the Reynolds Foundation the first $100 million donor to the University of Missouri, following previous gifts to […]

New Buffer Laws for Cyclists Response by George Galgano


A multitude of states have passed so-called “buffer laws” that specify the distance a motorist must keep away from a bicyclist while passing them on the road. California is one of the most recent states to enact the law, specifying a distance of three feet, says George Galgano – a lawyer from NY. The buffer […]