Executive Directors Conference

Share Solutions to Our Challenges

Fundraising, facilities, finances, personnel, publicity, salary and benefits, publicity, technology, security, tuiition, board relations- we all deal with the same issues. This is an opportunity to share our ideas with colleagues at similar schools. A committee of Executive Directors from throughout the country created a list of 20 prospective topics. Choose which ten topics you think will be the most impactful to you and your school.    

At the Beautiful New KYHS New Campus in Boca Raton

Enjoy the warm Florida weather in the dead of winter and learn cutting edge construction and space usage ideas from this state of the art campus that opened this year.  Visit your Florida family and friends while you're here! 

Monday,-Tuesday, February 5-6, 2018

Scheduled at the beginning of the second half of the year- early enough to impact on this year and to plan major initiatives for the next school year. The conference will begin with at 12:30 on Monday and end at 4:30pm on Tuesday. 


The conference costs $225, which includes all meals from lunch on Monday until a to-go dinner for Tuesday evening (scroll down to pay). Boca Raton is equidistant from the Fort Lauderdale (FLL) and West Palm Beach (PBI) airports, and flights are very affordable now. Rooms have been reserved at the Hilton Hotel & Suites Boca Raton ($229/night) and Holiday Inn Express West Boca Raton ($165/night).  

Our Planning Committee

Rabbi Perry Tirschwell, Torah Educators Network 

Shimmie Kaminetsky, Conference Chair, KYHS, Boca Raton     

Sarah Emerson, Shalhevet, Los Angeles 

Rachel Feldman, Maayanot, Teaneck

Stuart Gasner, Kohelet, Philadelphia

Rachel Goldman, WDS, Westchester

Jeff Greenberg, Magen David, Brooklyn

Richie Hagler, HALB, Cedarhurst

Erik Kessler, Moriah, Englewood 

Yehuda Kohn, RPRY, Central NJ

Teri Normand, TABC, Teaneck

Jeffrey Rothamn, Yeshivah of Flatbush

Dov Shandalov, Hillel Torah, Chicago  

Joe Sharp, Hillel, Boca


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