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Jewish Community Networking Night: What's Your Story?
Jewish Community Networking Night: What's Your Story?Monday, September 14, 2020 - 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm
Jewish Community Networking Night | Join us online!
Jewish Community Networking Night is an annual Spertus Institute event for Jewish community volunteers, consultants, and professionals. This year we’re taking it online and inviting you to participate from wherever you are!
Virtual doors open at 3:45 pm central.
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This program will take place online via Zoom. Login information and instructions will be provided to ticket holders by email 24 hours in advance
Moth StorySLAM champ Hillary Rea, founder and host of Tell Me a Story, will lead her ingenious Craft Your Five-Word Story workshop
Discover the stories that you want to share! From this year's special guest, master storyteller Hillary Rea (above left), learn to connect the dots between the experiences that shape who you are—personally and professionally. Discover a new way to connect with others, even online.
Hillary Rea is the founder of Tell Me A Story, a communications business that trains entrepreneurs and change-makers. An award-winning storyteller, she hosts the long-running Tell Me A Story live shows and works with leaders on using narrative to communicate and connect. Rea is also a Moth StorySLAM winner and the producer and host of Rashomon, a storytelling podcast selected as one of 100 Outstanding Podcasts (Bello Collective) and named a "Best Kept Secret" (Inside Podcasting).
KOVAL Distillery to receive 2020 Innovation Award for their adept addressing of urgent community needs
KOVAL Distillery, the first distillery to open in Chicago since Prohibition, is known for its award-winning, handcrafted, organic, and kosher whiskeys, liqueurs, and spirits.
As COVID-19 struck and many on the front lines were without adequate supplies, KOVAL founders Sonat and Robert Birnecker and their staff made an extraordinary decision and a truly impressive pivot to produce alcohol-based sanitizer for first responders, community organizations, medical institutions, essential businesses, and the general public. In doing so, they saved jobs and lives.
Networking Night is a program of Spertus Institute's Center for Jewish Leadership, supported in part by a generous grant from the Crown Family. Spertus Institute is a partner with the Jewish United Fund in serving our community.