The Street Team (Raquel and Seth) met Brian Horowitz and Matt Stahm, the founders of Cleveland’s own “One948,” an Israeli themed apparel company, to hear what it is like to have a start-up in #JewishCleveland!
The Street Team (Seth and Raquel!) felt right at home with the Jordan and Rochie Berkowitz when we caught up with them in University Heights. As young parents of four and one on the way, Jordan and Rochie know a thing or two about raising a family in Cleveland.
The Street Team (Raquel and Seth!) met up with Natalie Winer, a small business owner, in her “office” (A.K.A. Kitchen!) to get a glimpse into the entrepreneurship scene in Jewish Cleveland!
The Street Team (Raquel and Seth!) met up with Melissa Friedman, a teacher, to find out why she came back to the #JewishCleveland social scene after college.
The Street Team (Seth and Raquel!) met up with social entrepreneur Matt Fieldman in Shaker Square, home to one of his favorite restaurants and projects: EDWINS Leadership and Restaurant Institute.
The morning after the Cavs championship win, the Street Team (Seth and Raquel!) met up with Ben Milgrom to WITNESS what makes downtown a fun, trendy, and happening place for young people.
The Federation’s Street Team (that’s Raquel and Seth!) hit the ground running to see what makes Jewish Cleveland cool!
Meet the #JewishCleveland Street Team!
An afternoon of inspiration at our Women's Spring Luncheon! Over 700 community members joined together for one of our most popular events of the year!
For more than 35 years, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s Irene Zehman Award has recognized women who demonstrate the highest ideals and practices of volunteer service. This year, the award goes to Mary Ellen Saltzman of Beachwood, founder of Treasures Gift Shop at the Mandel Jewish Community Center (JCC) and Siegal College. Mary Ellen will be honored at the Federation Women’s Spring Luncheon on May 18 at Landerhaven (6111 Landerhaven Drive, Mayfield Heights).