GET INVOLVED WITH JEWISH PROFESSIONALS
We are looking for a speaker for each of the below dates. If you are interested in speaking, please contact Renee’ at email@example.com.
The Jewish Federation of Collier County’s Jewish Professionals group is a great way to make an important connection. Being involved in a Jewish Professional organization can help you in many areas of your life. Not only can there be excellent networking opportunities, you may find new business associates, business mentors and friends.
There are many excellent reasons to get involved with our Jewish Professional group including networking, friendship, referrals and business education here in Collier County.
Please read the weekly JFCC eblasts to get the most recent information regarding the Jewish Professional group.
Monday, Feb. 5 from 7-8 pm
Wednesday, March 7 from 7-8 pm
Monday, November 13
Please RSVP to Renee’ at firstname.lastname@example.org by Nov. 6.
If you want, please bring a light refreshment or appetizer to share.
Tuesday, March 7 from 6-7 pm at the Jewish Federation
Topic: “Goal Setting: Prioritization, Design and Results”
JOSHUA A. SKY, MA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
• How To Set Goals
• How To Prioritize Multiple Needs
• How To Write Goals
• How To Obtain Results
• Questions & Answers
$10 cost for food. Please call and make your reservation today! 239-263-4205.
RSVP to Renee’ by March 3.
Topic: Will you and employees miss business days because of your toxic profile?
Speaker: Dr. Jerry Kumin
Dr. Jerry will discuss and educate you that the largest cause of all disease is exposure to environmental pollutant toxins. What exposures did you have today to create toxicity and subsequent disease? How many hours do you sleep? Learn the toxins and avoidance techniques and reversal of effects.
Wednesday, April 19 from 6-7 pm
at the JFCC office
"Democratization of the Ecosystem, There is no hierarchy"
Renée Rey, award-winning Interdisciplinary Artist, will present her response to the "Democratization of the Ecosystem" through artwork she created as Artist in Residence at Sun Peak Center for Art and Sustainability, Colorado Springs, CO, August 2016. Inspiration rooted in Jewish tradition, spirituality, nature, and science drive innovation in her expressionist paintings, digital art, and cultural and environmental advocacy. She will connect her art methodology to creative problem solving and innovative outcomes in business.
In addition to art, Rey has years of experience in interior architectural design, education, entrepreneurship, and executive leadership. She holds an MBA Management, Concentration in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy NY, MA Jewish Education, The Jewish Theological Seminary, New York, NY, and undergraduate degrees in Interior Design, Parsons School of Design, New York, NY and Judaic Studies, The University at Albany, Albany, NY. She has studied film and digital art on the graduate level, and painting, drawing and performance art on the undergraduate level. Also, she is currently an Interior Designer with Clive Daniel Home, Naples FL.
Cost: $10 for catered food. Please call Renee’ with your credit card or mail in a check made payable to JFCC. Advanced payment is necessary to order the appropriate amount of food.
Monday, December 19
Tuesday, February 7
Speaker: Lori Kleiman, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, HR Topics
Topic: President Trump: What does the employment landscape look like now?
Change in administration means a change in focus. This is especially true of the Department of Labor in 2017. Learn which laws will impact how you pay employees (or get paid!), paid time off, offer benefits and a host of other regulations. Join us in this overview of what new laws you will need to watch this year, exemptions that may apply to small businesses and what we expect the Department of Labor and Congress to focus on in 2017 and 2018. You won’t want to miss the opportunity to hear what you need to do and how to comply - whether you are a business owner, manager or employee.