This week, Federation President & CEO Jay Sanderson sits down with Uri D. Herscher, Founding President & CEO of Skirball Cultural Center, for an inspiring conversation about identity, experience, mentorship, and Jewish tradition. Uri shares how his experiences led to the creation of the Skirball Cultural Center, which is based on the tradition of “welcoming the stranger” and creating a safe space for all.
The discussion highlights Uri’s trajectory from Tel Aviv to San Jose and the role mentors played throughout his journey. He believes in the importance of relationships, with an emphasis on mentoring. He explains, “There are no exceptions to death — the question is, what we do during the time that we live.” Tune in today for more of his inspiring words and wisdom!
The Skirball Cultural Center hosts exhibitions, programs, and other events. To learn more, visit www.skirball.org.
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