Women's Empowerment Is An Opportunity Not A Crisis

 
 

Pictured Above: In Volgograd, Russia, Project Kesher’s Inna Motornaya accepts a leadership award for her community-wide initiatives and pushes for institutional change so that more women have access to leadership positions.

EJewish Philanthropy published Empowering Jewish Women as Leaders,-- an article that refers to a “looming crisis in the Jewish world: women are less likely than men to see themselves as Jewish leaders." This problem does not exist because women do not see themselves as Jewish leaders.

Check out Project Kesher's Women's Empowerment Is An Opportunity Not A Crisis piece in response.

Lily Katz