The Wexner Foundation, in partnership with the Jim Joseph Foundation, has announced Class 7 of the Wexner Field Fellowship which includes Moishe House’s Founding Executive Director of the Jewish Learning Collaborative, Rabbi Ana Bonnheim.
Bonnheim, who leads Moishe House’s one-on-one Jewish Learning program for external organizations and learners around the globe, is one of 15 Jewish professionals who will receive professional development and education in leadership and Jewish learning over the next three years.
“I am honored and excited to be a Wexner Field Fellow. I’m looking forward to getting to know the cohort and to the opportunities to reflect and grow.” – Rabbi Ana Bonnheim, Founding Executive Director, Jewish Learning Collaborative
Utilizing the diverse, cohort-based learning that is the hallmark of The Wexner Foundation programs, Field Fellows will be exposed to different approaches to leadership and tools for addressing pressing issues in the Jewish community. Fifteen outstanding professionals were selected from a competitive pool of applicants for this three-year intensive program. These fellows will be integrated into The Wexner Foundation’s vast network of more than 3,000 professional and volunteer leaders in North America and Israel, including the 45 outstanding professionals who are currently in the Field Fellowship Program, as well as 70 Alumni. Mazel tov to all 15 fellows.