What We Do

Education

Investing in reform efforts across the United States that improve educational opportunities and outcomes for all students.

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Jewish Community and Israel

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Jewish Community and Israel

Helping to build inclusive Jewish communities, strengthen the State of Israel and repair the world.

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Local Initiatives

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Local Initiatives

Enhancing the quality of life in our hometowns of Tulsa, OK, and Jerusalem, Israel.

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Recent News and Updates

Meet the Schusterman Fellows: Shaked Rogovsky

Leadership is a commitment to be loyal to my heritage and the history of the Jewish people. As an officer of the IDF, I am committed to protect its citizens, develop this beautiful country and stay true to its values. It is a personal commitment to find ways to continuously engage Jews abroad, who often have this extra spark when they visit Israel. Their curiosity and desire to experience it from the eyes of a Sabra encourages me to remain connected. Leadership is about personal connections that can make real impact and change in the Jewish world.

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The Power of Big Data to Transform the Jewish Community

Schusterman Vice President Lisa Eisen presented as part of a plenary session at the 2016 Jewish Funders Network International Conference in San Diego. The session, entitled “Big Data and the Jewish Community" and co-led by Jake Porway of DataKind, touched on the role of data in the social good space and its potential to inform our work in the Jewish philanthropic sector. Here we share a transcript of her remarks.

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Meet the Schusterman Fellows: Jen Zwilling

"Leadership means bringing others (a group, an organization) on a journey together to a shared destination. Leadership is evident along that journey—who we invite with us, how we guide others, how we incorporate the perspectives, experiences and expertise of those involved to inform the path, how we navigate the detours and the way we create a destination better than we may have even imagined."

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