Robin Glaubman

March 15, 2019

Camp Fed: A Signature Event

Rally the gang! Reunite with your Birthright bus, your LEADS crew, your summer camp pals, or your Jewish Atlanta buddies, and close out summer with Jewish Atlanta. Camp Fed is the perfect place for a throw back reunion!
March 7, 2019

Tree Planting Honors Tree of Life Victims

March 7, 2019

Weaving My Way Across Jewish Atlanta

After living for many years in San Diego, California, with a strong Jewish commitment to tikkun olam but tenuous religious ties, my husband and I moved to Kerala, India for two years. He’s a software developer who can work remotely from anywhere.
March 5, 2019

Women’s Philanthropy Pomegranate Luncheon

Women’s Philanthropy of the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta invites you to the 2019 Pomegranate Luncheon featuring Guest Speaker Alison Lebovitz, motivational speaker, TV host, author, podcaster, and nonprofit executive.
March 4, 2019

Finally Doing “Mommy” Things

February 26, 2019

Atlanta Opera Reception

Please join Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, The Breman Museum and The Atlanta Opera for a showing of Eugene Onegin then meet and greet with the producers of the show and the Atlanta Opera at our private cocktail reception.
February 22, 2019


THREE QUESTIONS FOR: Amy Glass, Director of Community Planning & Impact Q:  What excites you most about the approach Federation’s […]
February 22, 2019

What’s a FAB LAB?

STEAM Initiatives at Weber School Benefit All Students Quite possibly the earliest champion of what we now call STEAM education (Science-Technology-Engineering-Arts-Math), was Moses Maimonides, the Sephardic philosopher, astronomer and physician who was one of the most prolific and influential Torah scholars of the Middle Ages.
February 22, 2019

Braille Scroll, Illustrated Torah and More

Removing the Stumbling Blocks It is a tremendous honor to be called to the bimah (elevated platform in a synagogue) […]


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