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Exclusive Interview: Mitch Kapor, Business Leadership Breakfast Keynote Speaker

This year’s BLC Business Leadership Breakfast keynote speaker is innovator, investor, and philanthropist Mitch Kapor, founder of Lotus Development Corporation and designer of Lotus 1-2-3. Bloomberg’s Ari Levy interviewed Mitch Kapor and Freada Kapor Klein to gain insight into their approach to philanthropy.

Donors to the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund’s 2012 Campaign beginning at $1,000 are invited to register online. Donors under age 30 who apply to the BLC Mentorship Program are invited to register after making a donation of $500 or more.

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Nominate an outstanding business leader today!

Do you know a business professional who should be recognized for leadership in both the business and Jewish communities? If so, you have the opportunity to nominate her/him for the BLC’s 2010 Business Leader Award.

The award will be presented at the Business Leadership Breakfast in early 2010. Last year’s recipient and first person to receive this award, Richard N. Goldman, was recognized for his leadership in the business community, as well as his philanthropic service, visionary problem solving, and innovation in creating solutions for the Jewish community.

So let your choice be heard. Email before the December 4 deadline with the following information:

  • Nominee’s complete name
  • Why is this person being nominated?
  • Include business leadership qualities, volunteer activities, effectiveness as a role model, and community involvement.
  • Your complete name and contact information (in case we have questions).

For more information about the 2010 BLC Breakfast, please visit our website.

BLC Breakfast speaker featured in today’s NYT

This year’s Business Leadership Breakfast keynote speaker, Shai Agassi, Founder and CEO of Better Place, was featured on the front of today’s New York Times Business section. He is working on developing a sustainable transportation system that ends oil dependence, thereby improving our global environment.

If you would like to hear Agassi’s presentation to the Federation’s Business Leadership Council (BLC) on February 24, you are in luck, as there are a few seats still available.  The BLC Breakfast is for donors who contribute $1,000 or more to the Federation’s 2009 Annual Campaign.


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