Tag Archives: Strategy
I opened my first Twitter account in March 2011 (disclosure: I’m not claiming to be one of the first users; I realize this is 3 years too late for die-hard Twitter fans). 39 Tweets and 4 Favorites later, my stint on Twitter came to an end. I don’t remember it being a conscious decision to […]
Last summer, I participated in one of the most memorable experiences of my life, Birthright. For those of you who have not heard of this organization, Birthright, also known as Taglit (which in Hebrew means “discovery,”) sends Jewish students and young adults ages 18-26 to Israel for free. Though it may seem unlikely to pass up the chance to have a completely subsidized $3000 trip given to anyone who has at least one Jewish parent and identifies as Jewish (full eligibility rules can be found here,) the organization continues to struggle to grow beyond its current numbers and attract Jewish men and women to sign up before they turn 26 years old.