Harry was five years old when he secured his first headline: "Boy Gets Stuck in Ceramic Pickling Urn." The urn in question was an enormous one meant for pickling eggs, as well as a prized possession of his mother's, and Harry's curiosity drove him to crawl inside. It took seven strapping firefighters of the Woodbridge volunteer fire department and a sledge hammer to break him out. He emerged having discovered a principle of innovation: when you find yourself too expansive for the container, you end up breaking the mold. He would later rediscover that this idea lay at the heart of the Jewish imperative for social justice, in the Kabbalasitc notion of repairing the intrinsic brokenness of our world. The work Harry is dedicated to now is that of securing fair treatment and justice for all. Having joined a 102-year old organization in the midst of major executive transition, Harry is deeply engaged in a project of "intrapreunership," balancing the pace of change with preexisting structures, as he endeavors to bring a new sensibility to the Anti-Defamation League and bring about its transformation from a reactive organization into a learning organization. Harry has developed an engine to introduce new thinking: [email protected], a forum for dialogue aimed at fueling change. He has forged new partnerships to add capacity where ADL cannot be fully effective alone. Most meaningfully, he has been deeply engaged in deducing a set of values and priorities to guide the organization moving forward.