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Manny’s: Leading San Francisco’s Jewish Community Relations Council w/ED Tye Gregory

April 16, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 5:30 pm

**Note: This conversation will be hosted digitally, not in the real live world.**

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San Francisco’s Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) has a new executive director and his name is Tyler Gregory! He is one of a new generation of young leaders.

How does he plan to lead this important organization during a critical time in our City and in our Country?

Join us for a conversation with Tyler Gregory on what San Francisco’s JCRC will look like under his leadership.

More about JCRC:

JCRC mobilizes the Jewish community on critical issues and amplifies its voice in the public sphere. We foster meaningful relationships among diverse ethnic, racial, religious and interest groups, building coalitions based on mutual concerns. JCRC is a trusted resource for our community and political and faith-based partners, providing nuanced consultations on sensitive community and government relations matters.

We work tirelessly behind the scenes and on the frontlines to ensure that the organized Jewish community’s interests are addressed. Our positions are formed based on consensus and civility, creating a broad tent for our community’s diversity.

More about Tyler:

Bringing it home: Gregory, 31, has twice called northern California home — first as a college student at the University of California, Davis, and then as a staffer in AIPAC’s San Francisco office. He told JI he’s excited for the cross-country move from New York. “The Bay Area Jewish community has always been an innovation center in the diaspora, launching progressive solutions to the problems facing Jewish folks and our neighbors,” Gregory said. “It’s because of this spirit that great organizations like A Wider Bridge, which I’ve been incredibly proud to run these past few years, got its start in San Francisco.”

Changing of the guard: Gregory will replace Abby Porth, a longtime San Francisco JCRC staffer who served in a variety of capacities before becoming the organization’s executive director.

Commitment to the cause: “Tyler is a dedicated thought leader and community builder,” said JCRC President Paul Resnick. “He has a deep and strong commitment to the core values that are the foundation of JCRC’s mission, pursuing a just society and a secure Jewish future. His success in engaging diverse audiences, including a new generation of upcoming leaders, and in organizational growth and fundraising, will enable him to build on the many successes and relationships of JCRC’s prior executive directors.”


April 16, 2020
5:00 pm - 5:30 pm


3092 16th St
San Francisco, CA 94103 United States
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