In response to the amazing response to his last podcast about the pros and cons of S-Town, this week, Darone looks at what he feels makes a great podcast, and what doesn’t work. For those of you who have been listening to JCast Journey over the years, he has surely discussed some of this before, […]
Welcome to Sermons, from Rabbi David Seth Kirshner. This episode is part of the Scholar In Residence program at Temple Emanu-El. This program is a conversation that Rabbi Kirshner had with David Gregory. David Gregory is an American television journalist and the former moderator of NBC News‘ Sunday morning talk show Meet the Press. Gregory […]
In this episode of The JCast Journey, host Darone Ruskay talks about the “Production Value” of his podcasts. He considers the different types of podcasts that are currently being created, and discusses the ways in which each one needs to be “produced” and the positives and negatives of each of them. Once again, we ask […]
In this episode of The JCast Journey, host Darone Ruskay sits down with Dr. John Ruskay, Executive Vice President and CEO of UJA Federation of New York, who announced last week his retirement in June 2014 after fifteen years as CEO and twenty years working for the Federation. John reflects on his work, his successes […]
The Jewish Hour with Rabbi Finman, for February 24, 2013. Rabbi Finman talks with Ari Schuchman of Nefesh B’Nefesh. http://media.blubrry.com/jcasttotalfeed/p/www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/jcastnetwork.com/storage/JHour/02-24-2013.mp3Podcast: Download
How do you become a mohel? We had the opportunity to speak with Rabbi Paysach Krohn international mohel about the intricacies on the mohel process
Launching a nonprofit venture is one of the most powerful and fulfilling ways we can make a difference.
So, how can you build a nonprofit that will transform your personal passion for social change – from that first a-ha moment when inspiration strikes, into an impactful, well funded and managed organization? How can you keep your vision alive from your first proudest moments of founding to the gut-wrenching milestone of passing on the reins of leadership at the right time?
These are some of the questions that are discussed in The Art of Doing Good: Where Passion Meets Action (Jossey Bass, 2012) by Charles Bronfman and Jeffrey Solomon of The Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies.
In this episode of Smorgasbord, JCast Network Executive Director and host Darone Ruskay speaks with the authors to learn more about the book and their vision of social entrepreneurism.
For more information about the book, please visit ArtOfDoingGood.com. The book is available now on Amazon.com.