Reflections on What Charlottesville Means to me: Thoughts From an Executive Director of a Jewish Nonprofit

I remember when I got the job. The country was in flux, a new President was being sworn in, and there was fear bubbling to the surface in many corners of the Jewish community as to what this new leadership would mean. Many, including myself, wanted to hope for the best, yet feared the worst – hoping that our concerns would be proven wrong.

The Unemployment Game – How To Succeed At Your Toughest Job Yet

So you woke up one day and went to work. Maybe you dropped the kids off at daycare and made a run to your local coffee shop for a large skinny non-fat mocha with soy milk and an extra shot. You arrived, found a good parking spot close to the door, and made your way inside to your desk where you quickly scanned your inbox and mapped out a plan for the day.