At this extraordinary moment, join us as we pay tribute to two visionary leaders and their commitment to UJA-Federation's work.
Right now, we’re increasing capacity at food pantries, securing PPE for front-line workers, caring for isolated Holocaust survivors, helping ensure our treasured Jewish institutions can function and survive, and much more.
At the same time, Israel and Jewish communities around the world need us more than ever. And we’re strengthening our fight against rising anti-Semitism.
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Marc Rowan is co-founder and senior managing director of Apollo Global Management, Inc., one of the largest alternative asset managers, with assets under management in excess of $414 billion and a market capitalization of $20 billion. Apollo is focused on investments across private equity, credit-oriented capital markets, insurance, and real estate.
An active philanthropist, Rowan is a founding member and chairman of Youth Renewal Fund and vice chairman of Darca, Israel’s top educational network, operating 40 schools with over 22,000 students throughout Israel's most diverse and under-served communities. He also serves on the board of OpenDor Media, a digital media company centered on engaging Jewish and Israel content. He is an executive committee member of the Civil Society Fellowship, a partnership of ADL and the Aspen Institute, designed to empower the next generation of community leaders and problem solvers from across the political spectrum. In addition, Rowan is actively involved in public policy. He is an initial funder and contributor to the development of the Penn Wharton Budget Model, a nonpartisan research initiative which provides analysis of public policy’s fiscal impact. He also serves on the boards of several technology-oriented venture companies.
Rowan graduated summa cum laude from Wharton with a B.S. and an M.B.A. in finance. Currently, he is chairman of the Board of Overseers of The Wharton School and a member of the University of Pennsylvania’s Board of Trustees.
Aryeh B. Bourkoff is the founder, chairman, and CEO of LionTree, a leading global independent investment and merchant bank. Built to adapt to today’s dynamic market conditions, LionTree selectively invests alongside its clients in creative transactions it advises on. Founded in 2012, the firm is headquartered in New York with offices in San Francisco, Paris, and London. Aryeh is also the founder of Kindred Media, a media strategy and podcast advisory business powered by LionTree. He also serves as co-chairman of the board of Ocean Outdoor, a premium digital out-of-home media company.
As a strong supporter of philanthropic and cultural endeavors, Aryeh serves on the boards of Carnegie Hall and the Royal Academy of Arts, and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Additionally, Aryeh is a member of the Board of Trustees of The Paley Center for Media, the New York Philanthropic Advisory Board of UNICEF, and Lincoln Center’s Business Advisory Council, as well as the Lincoln Center Media & Entertainment Council. He has produced several documentary films including The Last Jews of Libya and Out of Print, which were featured at Sundance and the Tribeca Film Festival.
A graduate of University of California San Diego, Aryeh lives in New York with his family.
Bari Weiss is a journalist and the author of “How to Fight Anti-Semitism,” which won a 2019 National Jewish Book Award and a Natan Notable Book Award. From 2017 to 2020, Weiss was an opinion writer and editor at The New York Times. Before that, she was an op-ed and book review editor at The Wall Street Journal and a senior editor at Tablet Magazine.
Bari is also the winner of the Reason Foundation’s 2018 Bastiat Prize, which honors writing that “best demonstrates the importance of freedom with originality, wit, and eloquence.” In 2019, Vanity Fair called Weiss the Times's "star opinion writer" and The Jerusalem Post named Bari the seventh most influential Jew in the world.
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