This week’s podcast guest is UCLA’s Chancellor Gene Block. UCLA is ranked No. 13 “Best Global University” by U.S. News & World Report. Chancellor Block talks about his journey from being a scientist and researcher to a university chancellor, his life in the Catskills, and the power of education in the world today.
Jay’s 4 Questions Podcast
Four-time James Beard Award-winning TV Personality, Chef, Writer, Teacher, and World Explorer Andrew Zimmern joins Jay’s 4 Questions to talk about food, travel, spirituality, miracles, and the culinary scenes of Los Angeles, Israel, and Minnesota. He also shares his favorite deli in America!
Gidi Grinstein, the founder of Reut Group and one of the Jewish world’s great thinkers and authors, joins Jay Sanderson to discuss the intersection between “Israeliness” and Jewishness — and how the world’s biggest problems are always opportunities.
Shelley Zalis, the innovative powerhouse behind The Female Quotient and Girls’ Lounge, joins Jay’s 4 Questions to discuss bringing emotion to the boardroom and giving back.
This week, Jay speaks with Oscar®-nominated, Emmy®-winning, Peabody-winning documentary filmmaker Amy Ziering about her life, experiences, and films — The Invisible War, The Hunting Ground, and The Bleeding Edge.
James Beard Award-Winning Best Chef Michael Solomonov joins Jay’s 4 Questions podcast to discuss his restaurants Zahav, Dizengoff, and Federal Donuts, his new cookbook Israeli Soul, tattoos and tefillin, and the intersection between Judaism and food.
Anat Hoffman, dynamic Israeli activist, joins Jay’s 4 Questions to talk about her passion for justice and why she fights for an Israel for all Jews.
This week’s guest is the incredibly talented producer/director Ben Winston from The Late Late Show with James Corden and Fulwell 73 Productions. Ben joins Jay’s 4 Questions to talk about his success in Hollywood, his deep Jewish roots, and Carpool Karaoke.
Richard Sandler, Chair of the Board of The Jewish Federations of North America, joins Jay Sanderson on Jay’s 4 Questions podcast to discuss the intersection between his family life, professional life, and life as a lay leader and philanthropist. He also shares the challenges and opportunities he has seen facing the Jewish community over the past years.
Rabbi Melissa Weintraub, Co-Executive Director of Resetting the Table, joins Jays 4 Questions to discuss the blurred lines between religion and politics, the power and consequences of our voices, and the importance of dialogue.
Jay’s 4 Questions brings together the most interesting and influential thought leaders to discuss community, culture, food, and more. When President & CEO Jay Sanderson asks the tough questions — whether the answers are provocative, inspiring, or simply entertaining, you’ll want to hear every word.
This episode is brought to you by The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles. Hosted by Jay Sanderson, produced by Alana Weiner, and edited by Ariel Aboody. You can listen to individual episodes or subscribe on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify, and SoundCloud.
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