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An educational afternoon in Greenwich

Iris Krasnow, bestselling author of Sex After: Women Share How Intimacy Changes as Life Changes, Surrendering to Marriage, and other books chronicling the adult female growth cycle, wowed the crowd on Wednesday, March 11, as keynote speaker at the Annual Education Symposium, hosted by UJA Greenwich Women’s Philanthropy and JCC Greenwich at a private home. Guests were also treated to a Jewish-inspired yoga session with Shelly Dembe, a scholarly talk by Harvard professor Jon D. Levenson, and a Jewish soul food cooking demo with culinary historian Michael Twitty.

UJA Greenwich Women’s Philanthropy supports and enhances the Jewish community through fundraising, educational and outreach programs, inspiring women to devote time, energy and financial resources to the needs of Jewish community locally, globally and in Israel.

CAP: At the Education Symposium in Greenwich: (l to r) Debbie Rosmarin, Carolyn Surgent, and Dina Klein Lunder.

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