Sharon Leslie

Founder at Survivorship Partners

Sharon Leslie

Sharon Leslie

Founder at Survivorship Partners

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Survivorship Partners

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324

Number of Boards

6

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Global Ambassador at American Jewish World Service, Inc.

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Partner at DLA Piper

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Former Vice President at Fuller & Thaler Asset Management, Inc.

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Former Member, Board of Directors at Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School

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President & Chief Executive Officer at American Jewish World Service, Inc.

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Former Community Psychiatrist at AIDS Healthcare Foundation

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Former Director, Special Projects at Pencil, Inc.

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Chairwoman of MA'Yan, the Jewish Women's Project at The Jewish Community Center In Manhattan, Inc.

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Former Chief Operations & Innovations Officer at Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin, and Sonoma Counties

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Medical Director at Second Opinion

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Former Member, Board of Directors at Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School

EDUCATION: PRIVATE, NON-PROFIT JEWISH DAY SCHOOL FOR GRADES K-8

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Wexner Heritage Program Fellow
Prior

The Wexner Foundation and the Wexner Heritage Foundation (now part of The Wexner Foundation) were established by Leslie Wexner in 1984. The Wexner Heritage program was designed to provide young North American Jewish volunteer leaders with a two-year intensive Jewish learning program, thus deepening their understanding of Jewish history, values, and texts and enriching their leadership skills. By the end of 2011, over 1700 North American Jewish leaders from 31 cities will have participated in the program. In 1988 The Wexner Foundation introduced a Fellowship Program for outstanding rabbinical students and graduate students in Jewish education and Jewish communal service programs. The same year, the Foundation established a grants program for academic institutions of all types to build and improve training programs for Jewish community professionals. Eventually, the Fellowship Program was expanded to include top candidates for academic Jewish studies and the cantorate. By the end of 2011, over 400 outstanding Jewish professional leaders from a wide array of religious affiliations and professional groupings will have participated in the Wexner Graduate Fellowship/Davidson Scholars Program. Additionally, in 1988, the Wexner Israel Fellowship Program was created. Annually, up to 10 outstanding mid-career Israeli public officials are selected to study for a master's degree in the mid-career program of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. The goal of the fellowship is to provide Israel's next generation of public leaders with advanced leadership and public management training. By the end of 2011, 207 Israeli public officials will have participated in the Israel Fellowship, including leaders who have gone on to become Directors General of government ministries, Generals and Commanders in the Israeli military, and top advisors to Prime Ministers. The Wexner Foundation appeared early on the scene of Jewish private philanthropy and in many ways played a special role in pioneering a new field that has grown to include dozens of private foundations that devote themselves on a national and international scale to the needs of the Jewish people. The Wexner Foundation has never wavered from its focus upon Jewish leadership, and its professionalism, standards of program excellence, and strong relationships with Jewish communities and organizations have created a model of practice for Jewish private philanthropy that has passed the test of time.

Career History
Founder
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Member, Board of Trustees
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American Jewish World Service, Inc. provides social and community development services. It offers disaster response, civil and political, land and water, sexual health and rights, and ending child marriage. The company was founded by Larry Phillips and Larry Simon in 1985 and is based in New York, NY.

President, Board of Directors
Prior

THE OSHMAN FAMILY JCC UNITES JEWISH INSTITUTIONS AND WORKS FOR THE BETTERMENT OF THE COMMUNITY.

Member-at-Large, Board of Directors
Prior

Hazon provides healthier and more sustainable communities in the Jewish. The company was founded by Nigel Savage in 2000 and is headquartered in New York, NY.

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$10K - $20K
2012

EDUCATION: PRIVATE, NON-PROFIT JEWISH DAY SCHOOL FOR GRADES K-8

$5,000 - $10K
2011

EDUCATION: PRIVATE, NON-PROFIT JEWISH DAY SCHOOL FOR GRADES K-8

$1,000 - $2,499
2010

EDUCATION: PRIVATE, NON-PROFIT JEWISH DAY SCHOOL FOR GRADES K-8

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