Mission Statement


Changing the Board is a work in progress.

We are an ever-changing collection of people of different ages and experiences. We span the political and religious spectrum. We are your children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. We might even be your great-great-grandchildren.

We are young professionals, older professionals, volunteers, charity workers, youth movement activists and students.

Our goal is to work without anger to ensure more and different voices are heard at the Board of Deputies thereby enriching the whole Jewish community.

This is revolution, but without the blood.


4 Responses to “Mission Statement”

  1. Sue Rifkin May 4, 2012 at 4:31 pm #

    Inspiring to find a new generation of deputies in a world that’s changing fast – but don’t be ageist, create a true meritocracy, with the best people and best ideas.


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