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Seekers of Meaning Seekers of Meaning 2/11/2022: Dr. Robert Singer, Virtua Health cardiologist, on heart health jewish, sacred, aging, baby boomers, eldercare, care giving, elderly, seniors, seekers of meaning, podcast, dr. robert singer, cardiologist, heart health, cardiac, heart attack, atrial fibrillation, virtua health
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Seekers of Meaning Seekers of Meaning 2/11/2022: Dr. Robert Singer, Virtua Health cardiologist, on heart health jewish, sacred, aging, baby boomers, eldercare, care giving, elderly, seniors, seekers of meaning, podcast, dr. robert singer, cardiologist, heart health, cardiac, heart attack, atrial fibrillation, virtua health
JSA2017-22: Rabbi David Levin, Jewish Relationships Initiative Rabbi David Levin visits this episode of the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast to discuss his new Jewish Relationships Initiative. The Jewish Relationships Initiative is a nonprofit organization formed to provide outreach focusing on the unaffiliated Jewish population of Greater Philadelphia.  JRI seeks to create relationships through meaningful connection to Jewish wisdom, ritual and community.  We do this through lifecycle events, study and learning, conversation and connection to others. [spp-player] About Rabbi Levin [caption id="" align="alignleft" width="154"] Rabbi David Levin[/caption] David Levin is a Reform rabbi ordained from the Hebrew Union College- Jewish Institute of Religion (NY).  David serves the community of Greater Philadelphia. He also devotes his time to special projects including Jewish Sacred Aging, teaching and free speech issues on the college campus. David worked with the Union for Reform Judaism in the Congregational Network as a Rabbinical Director serving the East Coast congregations.  He also had the honor of working at Main Line Reform Temple in Wynnewood, PA. David Levin is a Fellow with Rabbis Without Borders, an interdenominational rabbinic group affiliated with CLAL. David Levin proudly claims to be one of Rabbi Louis Frishman’s (z”l) “Temple Kids”, from Temple Beth El in Spring Valley, NY.  David attended the University of Chicago earning an AB in Economics. He went on to the New York University Graduate School of Business where he earned an MBA in Finance.  Before becoming a rabbi, David enjoyed a career centered in banking and real estate finance, and he also worked in the family garment business.
Podcast #2: Cris Gunter, AIA, NCAR, senior associate vice president, CallisonRTKL Branch banking has truly evolved over the past few years examining the physical space, the technology and people skills for future success. This will impact the marketing and selling of all bank services. More emphasis has been placed on the redesign of the interior, and the recruiting, training/mentoring of new branch frontline teams to provide a wider range of services. In this second of three podcasts from the 10/5/2017 NJ Bank Marketing Association seminar, Cris Gunter, senior associate vice president with CallisonRTKL, is the presenter.
Podcast #3: Dennis Budinich, senior vice president and chief culture officer, Investors Bank l Branch banking has truly evolved over the past few years examining the physical space, the technology and people skills for future success. This will impact the marketing and selling of all bank services. More emphasis has been placed on the redesign of the interior, and the recruiting, training/mentoring of new branch frontline teams to provide a wider range of services. In this third of three podcasts from the 10/5/2017 NJ Bank Marketing Association seminar, Dennis Budinich, senior vice president and chief culture officer of Investors Bank, discusses keeping employees engaged.
Bank Marketing Association Seminar Podcasts: New Retail & Business Banking Space Branch banking has truly evolved over the past few years examining the physical space, the technology and people skills for future success. This will impact the marketing and selling of all bank services. More emphasis has been placed on the redesign of the interior, and the recruiting, training/mentoring of new branch frontline teams to provide a wider range of services. In this first of three podcasts from the 10/5/2017 NJ Bank Marketing Association seminar, Tim Quinn discusses the physical branch.
Lubetkin on Communications 10/21/2017: PRSA New Jersey "Content Marketing & Storytelling Panel" Media relations has been a mainstay of the PR industry for decades, but that’s changing, especially as newsrooms shrink. Companies large and small are now telling their own stories, publishing them on SEO-enhanced online news hubs, and getting bottom-line results. Brand journalism (also known as content marketing) is dramatically changing how we practice PR. Skillfully written news reports that resonate with customers and humanize a company’s message are the new PR frontier. In this episode of the Lubetkin on Communications podcast, we present a panel program from the Public Relations Society of America's New Jersey Chapter, held October 19, 2017 in Rahway, NJ.
JSA2017-21: Author Jackie Becker, "Raging Against Aging" On this episode of the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast, author Jacqueline Becker discusses her book, Raging Against Aging, a collection of personal narratives about getting older reluctantly, or as Jackie puts it, "ranting and raving, laughing and crying, stretching and kvetching." [spp-player] About the Guest Jacqueline Becker, a retired teacher, still works as a private tutor specializing in reading and writing.
JSA2017-20 Rabbi Ben David on new book, story of creation Rabbi Ben David, senior rabbi of Congregation Adath Emanu-El, Mount Laurel. NJ, returns to the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast to discuss Seven Days, Many Voices: Insights into the Biblical Story of Creation, (order the book here)  the book of essays he recently edited for the CCAR Press. The book is an anthology of creative responses to and inspired interpretations of the story of Creation. Midrash, biblical criticism, literature, theology, climate justice, human rights, history, and science are just some of the fields through which the Creation story is examined by such thinkers as Rabbi Richard F. Address, founder of JewishSacredAging.com; Rabbi Arthur Waskow, Dr. Alyssa Gray, Rabbi Aaron Panken, PhD, Rabbi Mira Wasserman, PhD, Rabbi Jill Jacobs, and many others. About the Guest Rabbi Benjamin David was born in Philadelphia, PA and raised in Cherry Hill, NJ. He is the son of Rabbi Jerome and Peggy David. He attended Cherry Hill High School East and Muhlenberg College, where he majored in English Literature. In 1999, he graduated Magna Cum Laude and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. In 2004, he was ordained by the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York City. While in rabbinic school, he served numerous congregations, including Kol Hanishama of Jerusalem, Temple Beth Am of Monessen, PA and Temple Shaaray Tefila of Manhattan. He also served as intern at the Jewish Guild for the Blind and the Makor Steinhardt Center. He received numerous awards in the field of Talmud and Hebrew Literature and was the cofounder of Davar Aher, a student review. From 2005-2012, he served as assistant and associate rabbi at Temple Sinai of Roslyn, working closely with youth and teens, overseeing the Hebrew High School program, officiating at lifecycle events, teaching broadly, and helping to further develop the congregation’s social action, community organizing, and interfaith programs. A competitive distant runner, he has completed sixteen marathons and twenty half marathons. He is a co-founder of the Running Rabbis, a social justice initiative that works with clergy worldwide to run and walk in the name of worthy causes. Rabbi David is also active in the Jewish Federation of South Jersey, especially within the Young Adult Division, the Jewish Community Relations Council, Jewish Family and Children’s Service, and is on the advisory board for The Voice. He is married to Lisa David, the Associate Director of Camp Harlam.  They also met at Camp Harlam, where they both spent time as campers, counselors, and supervisors. They have three children, Noa, Elijah, and Samuel.
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