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Wednesday, March 4 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
NTCjews: The Arch of Storytelling: From Exodus to Instagram - #15NTCjews

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NTCjews is a group of Jewish professionals, those working with or for Jewish organizations, and Jews at NTC who gather at each NTC for learning, sharing, and socializing. All are welcome!
This year we’ll be exploring modes of storytelling and cultural transmission throughout our tradition, from oral to written to digital, across canonized and creative personal narratives. Learning from a diverse group of storytelling experts, we’ll explore how we connect our individual stories to our collective narrative. We’ll explore what this means for your work, outline the role of technology in making it possible, and share what’s happening in your work and personal life.
This session will feature guests Michael Hebb (DeathOverDinner.com and Seder 2015) and Jonathan Eisen (Director of Networking Building and Communications at StartUp Shabbat), as well as others.

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Seth Cohen

Senior Director, Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation
As part of the senior leadership team of the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation, Seth serves as a Senior Director, leading the Foundation’s efforts to identify, connect and support global networks of young Jewish adults to enable them to create Jewish experiences and communities for themselves and their peers. He is also involved in the day-to-day legal affairs of the Foundation. Seth previously worked for 13 years as a nationally... Read More →
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Lisa Colton

Chief Learning Officer, See3 Communications
My work focuses on helping organizations align their work for the connected age, including organizational development and change, new models of leadership, and social media/communications strategies and training.

Wednesday March 4, 2015 10:30am - 12:00pm

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