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Growing the Sisterhood, connecting the community


More than 20 women spanning multiple generations came together for a virtual evening program on March 27 to kick-off the brand new Sisterhood Project. The Jewish Community Federation of Richmond recently began the Sisterhood Project to unite women across generations, creating opportunities to communicate experiences, share interests, and build relationships across the greater Jewish community.

Chaired by Jill Goldfine, Jenn Adams, and Rachel Peters, this new program has paired women in the community to hold individually focused conversations, while also bringing them together for broader programs in order to connect with the rest of the cohort.

Jenna Corman Mandel, associate vice president, National Women’s Philanthropy at Jewish Federations of North America, joined the virtual program for the kick-off session to share her experience connecting with philanthropy, connecting through Federation, and the power of women in our community.

We are excited to continue this program, bring women together, and allow our community to grow and build bridges together.

For more information, contact Amanda Braun at abraun@jewishrichmond.org.

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