August 21, 2018
Philanthropy | Opportunity | Purpose : POP Up programs are short, local and hands on for Jewish women in Atlanta.
November 29, 2018
13th Annual Balser Symposium | February 1 | 7:30 am | The Georgia Tech Global Learning Center Join professionals in the financial and philanthropy sectors for a discussion on Rising Up: Building a Stronger Atlanta Together with Margaret Hall, CEO and Founder of The Greenlight Fund
December 10, 2018
PJ Our Way is all about choice. You choose your books each month, and you get to choose what you want to be when you grow up. We're showcasing four Jewish professionals in awesome fields. Take an inside look at what they do and how they got there.
November 30, 2018
Gail Ripans’ late mother, Helen Weintraub (née Guttentag), immigrated to the United States from Poland as a pre-teen, in the 1920s. Though Helen managed to escape the Holocaust, many of her relatives did not. That memory of extended family members who died during the Shoah has made Gail keenly focused on ensuring that future generations can access Jewish education.
December 27, 2018
Accelerator Women Find Support & Mentors The road to launching a successful new business is rarely a straight line. The thirteen members of Federation’s Women’s Accelerator program (a Federation Innovation initiative in partnership with Hub Central ATL, Hadassah of Greater Atlanta and the Jewish Women’s Connection) are discovering that entrepreneurship is sometimes, one step forward, two steps back, as they take their ideas out into the world. The women got great feedback when they pitched their business ideas at The Exchange, a Federation networking event, earlier this month.
December 21, 2018
Now in its 13th year, the Balser Symposium, slated the same weekend as Super Bowl crowds hit Atlanta, continues its mission to turn this city into a philanthropic hub. The Super Bowl may be top of mind for many Atlantans the first weekend in February. But for financial and legal experts intent on making a positive impact on their communities, there’s only one name that matters: Balser.