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February
2013
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14:57 PM
Europe/Amsterdam

Rabbi is February College of Business Speaker

The Bellevue University College of Business’ February 14 Speaker Series program will feature Rabbi Pesach Lerner, Director, YIEP Inc. Rabbi Lerner, who has three decades of experience in the not-for-profit sector, will share his thoughts and ideas about Capitalistic Humanism and Entrepreneurial Fundraising.

The one-hour presentation is open to the public and will begin at 1 p.m. followed by informal meet-and-greet time in the Muller Administrative Services Building garden-level Symposium Room.

Rabbi Lerner created and directs the YIEP/Bellevue University educational cohort program, the longest continuous joint university program, at Bellevue University, soon entering its 10th year, according to Dr. Stephen Linenberger, COB Associate Professor, who teaches in the YIEP program.

Rabbi Lerner has an undergraduate degree is in accounting, with graduate degrees and advanced certificates in education and not-for-profit management, Jewish Rabbinic ordination, and a master’s degree in Talmudic Law. He created and directs the New York City-based National Council of Young Israel. His community experience includes 10 years as Executive Director of the Hillel Academy Jewish Day School in Denver, Colorado; over 20 years as Executive VP of the National Council of Young Israel, a national Synagogue organization based in NY City; and over 30 years as an instructor of Jewish Talmud classes.