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The Jewish Foundation and the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati Help Israel Software Company Move to Cincinnati

CEMax, an Israeli software company, moved to Cincinnati with the help of the Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati and the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati… Read More

The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati Partners with The Jewish Federation of Cincinnati and Local Rabbis to Create 2016 Congregation-Based Mission to Israel

In what is likely a first of its kind for the entire country, the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati has partnered with The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati and local rabbis to create an innovative, congregation–based mission to Israel for the entire Cincinnati Jewish community… Read More

AJC honored Michael D. Connelly, CEO Mercy Health, at May 11 tribute dinner

American Jewish Committee (AJC) Cincinnati president, Rick Michelman, presented its 2015 National Human Relations Award to Michael D. Connelly, CEO of Mercy Health, at a tribute dinner on Monday, May 11. The award acknowledged Mr. Connelly’s outstanding professional achievements, community leadership, and dedication to excellence… Read More

Rabbi Samuel K. Joseph, Ph.D., RJE, honored with the Jewish Educational Leadership Award presented by NATE

Rabbi Samuel K. Joseph, Ph.D., RJE, was awarded the first-ever Jewish Educational Leadership Award by the National Association of Temple Educators (NATE) in honor of his lifelong work advancing NATE and the field of Jewish education on February 2, 2015, during their Annual Conference in Philadelphia, PA… Read More

In Memory of Getzel Cohen

Getzel Cohen, professor of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Cincinnati, passed away on Friday, February 13, 2015, after a severe illness. He will be sorely missed. He is survived by his wife, Sheila; his children, Shifrah (Judah Wassner), Ephraim (Rachel Leibowitz) and Sender Zev (Talia Rosenblatt); along with 11 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren… Read More