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Saturday, June 25 • 5:00pm - 6:10pm
The 11th Commandment - Innovate!

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The Jewish people have always been innovators. At pivotal moments in our history, visionary leaders have not just adapted (or adopted), they innovated. Innovation envisions a leap forward and takes our work, our product, or our community to the next level. Innovative thinking can be learned and practiced. When infused with Jewish values and narrative, we can bring Silicon Valley-caliber innovation to our programs and communities. Entrepreneurship tools (business model canvas and systematic inventive thinking) will provide our springboard. We will discuss case studies of innovation, both biblical and contemporary, to inspire our work. We will become a cohort of social entrepreneurs, looking to challenge assumptions, tradition, and cultural norms in order to transform our communities into living laboratories of Jewish life.

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Andrew Keene

Andrew Keene is an entrepreneurship student at Drexel University and formerly served as the North American President of NFTY, The Reform Jewish Youth Movement. He currently serves as an Executive Board member for the World Union for Progressive Judaism which supports two million progressive Jews across 50 countries. Andrew has spent five summers at the URJ Kutz Camp, the Reform movement's teen leadership development summer camp. Andrew is... Read More →


Saturday June 25, 2016 5:00pm - 6:10pm
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