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About the speaker: Jacob M. Engel
In 2010 Jacob founded a Leadership and training organization, Yeda LLC, which gives seminars and courses to entrepreneurs and business owners. He is a #1 best selling author on Amazon he is listed on the Forbes Coaches Council and regularly writes for forbes.com about leadership.
“The Prosperous Leader” is now available on Amazon. (In audio as well).Recently he published 3 more books “The Ten Commandments of Family Business Succession” – “The Ten Commandments of Highly Effective Leaders”- and the most recent- “The Ten Commandments of Strategic Planning, which are vailable on
He is passionate about helping entrepreneurs and business owners succeed in their businesses. His mission is to empower leaders and managers through giving them the knowledge to change (Yeda” in Hebrew is knowledge) and helping them implement the changes in their organizations.
About the speaker: Merav Levine
Merav is a marketing consultant that helps smart business owners amplify their voices online. Though she has worked on all of the major social platforms, Merav admits that LinkedIn is her favorite. After working in an agency setting Merav took the leap into entrepreneurship in January of 2020. In just a few months, Merav has grown her business, replaced, her salary and runs a 6-figure business all through using LinkedIn strategically.
About the speaker: Joel Wolh
Joel Wolh is a co-founder of Bizfluence a new Social/Business platform. He’s also a well-known speaker and personality in the e-commerce and personal branding space.
If you want to learn how to create and market your personal brand join us for this fascinating workshop.
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JBIZ is a national society designed for Jewish undergraduates to build their pre-professional network, learn from experienced Jewish professionals in various business fields and synthesize their professional aspirations with Jewish values.
Any Jewish undergraduate enrolled at a North American (U.S.) college or university with a goal of working in the business fields. Students studying toward an eventual goal of practicing business, finance, real estate, economics, or other related fields qualify for JBIZ
No. JBiz is open to Jewish students regardless of education level, affiliation, beliefs or other distinctions. If you are open to the Jewish experience and interested in a high-level pre-professional peer network, JBiz is relevant to you.
Please note: Some of these are open to all members upon acceptance, while others may be contingent upon the level of engagement, and subject to further application processes over time.
If you are a Jewish college student looking to boost your career – We invite you to join us.
Hadassah Lev, Program – coordinator