Andrea Kruszynski, Communications Manager
INDIANAPOLIS – The Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis is proud to launch a new 36 Under 36 Leadership Acknowledgement program. 36 Under 36 seeks to identify young Jewish professionals who are changing our community for good – building a more just society, ensuring the health and wellness of our friends and neighbors, and creating connections in innovative ways. Our goal is to recognize those individuals who are already making a difference in our community, both Jewish and beyond.
Nominations are open and will be accepted through June 30. We invite you to nominate yourself or someone you know who is living in a Jewish household in the greater Indianapolis area, age 36 and younger, and deserving of recognition. A selection committee will choose this year’s honorees.
Our inaugural 36 Under 36 class will be announced in August and honored at a September reception. Honorees can look forward to being featured in an upcoming special section of The Federation News, being provided ample opportunities to network with one another, and to grow professionally through discussions with senior members of our leadership and community. We are also planning other exciting ways to honor our selected cohort through the end of 2022, and to engage them as leaders in our community beyond this year.
Please visit https://jfgi.regfox.com/36-under-36 for the online nomination form. We look forward to celebrating our young leaders and appreciate your help.
About The Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis
The mission of the Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis is to promote the vision of a vibrant, engaged, inclusive, and sustainable Jewish community by serving as its central philanthropic, planning, community engagement, and unifying partner. Jewish Family Services, the Social Services Department of the Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis, offers a continuum of multi-generational services that enhances the health, well-being, and dignity of families and older adults in our local community. Services are available to persons directly or through a network of community agencies dedicated to the needs of each client, regardless of religion, race, nationality, ethnic group, or income level.