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Sunday, August 26 • 2:45pm - 3:45pm

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What impact does Judaism have on the career choices we make in a fast-paced world? The panelists will speak about how Judaism has influenced their careers entering the professional world, spanning the fields of journalism, architecture, public policy and entrepreneurship.
Facilitator: Tali Josephs

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Sarah Bookman

Spending the past five years studying Architecture at the University of Auckland, Sarah has now completed her Masters and is working at an Architecture practice in Wellington. Attending Bnei Akiva and Kadimah school from a young age has shaped Sarah's jewish identity, informing many... Read More →
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Sophia Duckor-Jones

Sophia was born in Wellington, and describes her childhood as creative and free, with parents who encouraged her to tell her love of story telling from a young age. She went on Shnat Haschara with Habonim in 2007 and completed a  BA at Otago and Victoria Universities  before... Read More →
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Jason Hart

Throughout Jason's youth, he had always been involved in the Jewish community. He started his schooling at Moriah College and once he left, he got his doses of Jewdaism through Bnei Akiva eventually becoming a leader and National Treasurer. In Jason's gap year, he lived on a Kibbutz... Read More →
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Tali Josephs

Tali is a bogeret of Habonim Dror and a current teacher-in-training at Victoria University, hoping to educate the next generation about English and Social Studies to the best of her abilities! Her Jewish upbringing greatly influenced her choice of career and she is interested in the... Read More →
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Sarah Livschitz

Sarah is an Auckland expat and graduate policy advisor at the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. This involves providing advice to the government on things like potential law changes. Sarah is a member of the progressive Jewish community in Wellington.

Sunday August 26, 2018 2:45pm - 3:45pm
C168 Wharenui / Haifa