UJA Westchester King David Society and Joshua Society invite you to join us for a memorable evening with Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times writer Bret Stephens. Bret will share his incisive take on pressing, timely issues impacting the U.S., Israel, and the world.
You'll also hear more about UJA's powerful work in response to the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine and about our ongoing Covid recovery efforts.
This event is intended for donors who make an individual or family gift of $10,000 or more to UJA-Federation’s 2022 Annual Campaign.
Bret Stephens is an opinion columnist for The New York Times and the editor in chief of Sapir (sapirjournal.org), a new quarterly for the Jewish World published by the Maimonides Fund. He previously worked as the foreign-affairs columnist for The Wall Street Journal, and as editor in chief of The Jerusalem Post, a position he assumed at age 28. He has reported stories from around the world, interviewed scores of world leaders, and won the Pulitzer Prize for distinguished commentary. He was raised in Mexico City, educated at the University of Chicago and the London School of Economics, and lives with his family in Westchester.
Westchester Regional Chair
Westchester King David Society Chairs
Karen and Edward Friedman
Caren Osten Gerszberg and Richard Gerszberg
Westchester Joshua Society Chairs
Mindy and Andrew Feldman
Juli and Dan Karson
Westchester Women’s King David Society Chair
Westchester Women’s Ruby Chair
Mauri Chotin Zemachson
UJA policy requires that all event attendees be fully vaccinated against Covid-19. Please bring proof to the event. This event will be held in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, including current, local, state, and CDC guidelines, to protect the health and welfare of our staff and guests.