Tova Ross |
Special To The Jewish Week
A 10-year anniversary deserves a night out, and the milestone marking a decade’s work of Footsteps — the New York-based nonprofit helping formerly ultra-Orthodox Jews master the tools to succeed in secular society — was no exception.
They are leaning in — to Reform Jewish life, that is.
At a time when flexibility and responsiveness to a rapidly changing institutional landscape are key job requirements, two of the county’s largest and most influential Reform synagogues have tapped women to lead them.