Featuring Suzi Weiss-Fischmann of OPI Products Inc.
Bring your friends and join 500 of Boston’s most philanthropic Jewish women who make a bigger difference through CJP. We’ll hear a life story that is as inspirational as it is colorful. Internationally renowned for being the Founder and Executive Vice President of OPI Products Inc., Suzi Weiss-Fischmann is also the daughter of Holocaust survivors and a devoted Jewish mother.
Hear how Suzi went from a childhood in Hungary and Israel to becoming the “The First Lady of Nails.” Not only does she single-handedly create every OPI nail lacquer shade, she is the go-to authority for beauty editors and fashion designers around the world. She has been featured in magazines such as W, More and Family Circle and has also appeared on The Today Show and Nightline. Join us for an inside look at how Judaism influences her roles as a parent, philanthropist and leading business woman in the fast-paced cosmetics industry.
RSVP online by March 15.
Cocktail and hors d’oeuvres reception followed by a light dinner.
Dietary laws will be observed.
This event is open to all women who give $500 or more to CJP’s 2014 Annual Campaign, either in their own name or as part of a family gift.
COUVERT: $75 per person
Event fees reflect the cost of goods and services provided and are not tax deductible.
This event is mobility accessible. ASL interpreter available upon request.
The Pomegranate Society recognizes a woman’s gift of $1,800 or more to CJP’s Annual Campaign. More than 400 Boston women are society members, and are recognized at our Annual Pomegranate Society & Friends Event. The symbol of the pomegranate underscores the significance of women as philanthropists, volunteers and community leaders.
Event Location: Westin Waltham
70 Third Avenue, Waltham, 02451