Please join the Federation as we launch our long-awaited, landmark Study of Jewish LA on Wednesday June 22nd, 2022 at Skirball Cultural Center. The gathering begins promptly at 2:00pm and ends at 4:30pm.

This portrait of Jews in Los Angeles promises fascinating insights into the diverse and complex identities that make up our community. The afternoon starts with a presentation of key findings by researchers from the Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies at Brandeis University, followed by the opportunity to delve deeper into the data through conversations in breakout rooms.

The event concludes with a kosher dessert reception in the courtyard. Please note that proof of vaccination and masks will be required when indoors.

Registration is required to attend. Check-in begins at 1:30pm.

We look forward to seeing you there!


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Breakout Rooms

How Unique Is L.A.’s Jewish Community Really?
Join Professor Leonard Saxe and learn more about what makes LA similar or different to other cities around the country.

Now That We Have Data — What’s Next? How Do We Listen To The Data So It Informs Our Strategy?
Dr. Janet Aronson, Associate Director, Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies, Brandeis University
Rabbi Sarah Hronsky, Senior Rabbi at Temple Beth Hillel
Jessie Kornberg, President & CEO of Skirball Cultural Center

Diversity In Los Angeles: Creating Spaces Of Belonging
Dr. Max Baumgarten, Program Director at the Diane and Guilford Glazer Foundation
Nate Looney, Dir. Community Safety & Belonging at Jewish Federations of North America

What Helps Us Create A Truly Healthy Jewish Community In Los Angeles?
Jennifer Glazer, Program Director at Jewish Family Service
Jonathan Schreiber, Vice President, Community Engagement at Cedars-Sinai


Our Covid Guidelines:

The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles is committed to ensuring a safe workplace and guidelines where our community gatherings may be held. We have continually cited the safety of our staff as our guiding principle in our reopening plans at 6505 Wilshire and have required proof of vaccination from our employees. For the safety of both our employees and the community, we wish to ensure all who gather for meetings and functions are fully vaccinated. All guests will be required to furnish proof of vaccination prior to or on the date of the event by uploading their cards to Those whose proof of vaccination is already on file with the Federation do not need to take further action. Thank you for your consideration of our safety protocols.

For the safety of our guests, we will ensure this event is compliant with the CDC, local, and national guidelines at the time of the event.

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