Why does inequality persist even in the face of public awareness? And what happens when we inject our private selves into our public and professional lives? These are some of the questions that come up on episode 34 of The Salon.
This month’s panel features Stosh Cotler, CEO of Bend the Arc and one of the few women at the helm of a major Jewish organization; Rachel Cyrulnik, Partner at the strategic development consulting firm Altruicity; and Sarah Wildman, journalist and author of Paper Love: Searching for the Girl My Grandfather Left Behind.
The Forward’s 2014 Salary Survey:
We’re coming up on 2015, yet five years after the Forward’s first survey of Jewish communal salaries, nothing much has changed when it comes to how many women run major Jewish organizations (11) and how much they’re paid (not as much as men in comparable positions). Why does change take so long? Our panelists have some suggestions to hasten progress along.
When Professional Gets Personal:
In today’s age of “branding” and ever present social media, where do we draw the line between our professional and personal lives? Hear how our guests navigate this often-rocky terrain.
Michael Brown, Eric Garner, and the Jews:
Finally, we’re in a “movement moment,” as guest Stosh Cotler puts it, regarding racial inequality in America. What role can and should the Jewish community be playing to prevent another death like Michael Brown or Eric Garner’s?
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