Mensch is Southern Africa’s largest network of Jewish social change-makers working across broader South Africa. Meet ANOTHER three Mensch Network Members, and Graduates of Mensch Leadership Academy, ‘LIFT’. Being a Mensch Member opens doors to productive networking; leadership training; project collaboration; donor opportunities; and community volunteering.
Kristy Evans, Executive Director of the Groote Schuur Hospital Trust (GSH)
Holding a Masters in Public Health, Kristy moved to SA from Canada in 2002 for an internship and never left. She is highly-driven and strategic with a proven track-record of operational and management excellence. Her passions lie in the arts and women’s health; her talents lie in communication strategy, relationship management and fundraising.
The newly formed GSH Trust is the fundraising arm of Groote Schuur. Its goal is to ensure world-class pioneering healthcare for all through its partnerships with donors and stakeholders to move the needle on the advancement of healthcare in the Western Cape, SA and globally.
Gill Saks and Rabbi Emma Gottlieb launch Tikkun Team (T2)
T2 is Temple Israel’s task force for projects of social action and social justice. The team brings together volunteers with an aim to revive the social justice roots of the Progressive movement. Projects range from making holiday gift bags for shul seniors to developing gardening projects. From supporting feeding schemes to upgrading a crèche in Khayelitsha.
Rabbi Emma and Gill bring their passion for activism and building connections between communities to the group, and are excitedly empowering the volunteers to tap into their own superpowers and drive projects from their own places of passion.
Barbara Nussbaum, Founder of Finding US in Music™
As a transformational catalyst, Barbara is an author, educator and social impact leader. She started Ashoka in Africa, in Zimbabwe, her birth country in 1990. A Penguin author, she has published several books and many academic articles. As a champion of ubuntu, her articles have been published through the World Business Academy, a cutting edge think tank in California.
Barbara pioneered Finding Us in Music™ a group methodology which shifts the way people listen to each other, allowing for deeper engagement. This work has touched thousands of people, teams and groups in South Africa, the USA and the Netherlands
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