OUTstanding! Keshet’s Annual Awards Dinner

April 30, 2015 $250.00 0

Join us for a gala fundraiser to support Keshet’s work for the full equality and inclusion of LGBT Jews in Jewish life.
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Honorees
Dr. Norman Spack
Dr. Norman Spack, an endocrinologist at Boston Children’s Hospital, helped revolutionize treatment for transgender teens. In 2007, he co-founded the hospital’s Gender Management Service clinic, the first pediatric clinic of its kind in the U.S. that treats transgender teenagers by delaying the effects of puberty. Spack has spoken widely on health care for transgender youth and has campaigned for law reform in several states to protect transgender people against hate crimes and discrimination. Listen to his TED talk, “How I help transgender teens become who they want to be.”

Faith Soloway on behalf of the creative team behind Transparent
Faith Soloway is well-known to Boston audiences as a singer, performer, and creator of “Schlock Operas” such as the hits “Miss Folk America” and “Jesus Has Two Mommies.” She is also one of the talented writers and actors on Transparent, the Golden Globe award-winning TV series that tells the story of the Pfeffermans, a Jewish family in which a parent comes out as transgender to her adult children. Created, directed, and produced by Faith’s sister Jill, the show is based on their family’s real-life experience with a parent coming out later in life.

HONORARY CHAIRS
Kate Bornstein
Jennifer L. Levi & Susan M. Donnelly
Daniel L. Romanow & B. Andrew Zelermyer
Enid Shapiro

HOST COMMITTEE
Rabbi Sharon Cohen Anisfeld & Shimon Anisfeld
Rabbi Stephen & Cecile Arnold
Lawrence Bailis & Susan Shevitz
Rabbi Nehama Benmosche
Adam Berger & Stephen Frank
Dr. Dana Beyer
Judith & Kenneth Bolton-Fasman
Carrie & Jamie Bornstein
Shifra Bronznick
Michael Jacoby Brown & Jessica Goldhirsch
Jeremy Burton
Alan Cohen & Robert Bank
Gali Cooks & Keren Rosenbaum-Cooks
Polly Crozier & Jessica Keimowitz
Judy & Josh Elkin
Meryl Epstein & Trish Nuzzola
Ann & Myron Falchuk
Ellen Freeman & Roe Callahan
Asher Gelman & Mati Bardosh Gelman
Carson & Joseph Gleberman
Karla Goldman
Ellen Grubert & Janis Lippman
Jayne & David Guberman
Rabbi Eric Gurvis
Daniel Heller
Debbie & Jamie Heller
Patty Jacobson
Suzie & JoJo Schwartz Jacobson
Alan & Carol Kamin
Nancy Kaufman
Marjorie Dove Kent
Idit Klein & Jordan Namerow
Milly Guberman Kravetz
Rabbi Claudia Kreiman
Stuart S. Kurlander & David Martin
Joy Ladin & Liz Denlinger
Jane Flax Lewis
Sondra & Norman Levenson
Stephanie Lowitt
Jane Matlaw
Ruth Messinger
Betty Morningstar & Jeanette Kruger
Josh & Sarah Muncey
Rabbi Andrea Myers
Andrew Nagel
Rabbi Suzanne & Andy Offit
Dara Papo
Gil Preuss & Terri Brown Preuss
Judith Rosenbaum & Rabbi Or Rose
Lee Rosenfield & Jack Fastag
Michele Sackheim & Joe Wein
David & Lori Schechner
Barry & Ellie Shrage
Rabbi Becky Silverstein & Naomi Sobel
Nancy & Howard Smith
Rabbi Toba Spitzer & Gina Fried
Rabbi Keith Stern
Martin Tannenbaum & Alex Ingersoll
Temple Israel Clergy: Rabbi Ronne Friedman, Cantor Roy B. Einhorn, Rabbi Elaine S. Zecher, Rabbi Jeremy S. Morrison, Rabbi Matthew V. Soffer, Rabbi Bernard H. Mehlman
Rabbi Moshe & Anne Waldoks

Event Location: Epicenter, Artists for Humanity
100 West 2nd. Street, Boston, MA, 02127

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Fact Sheet
When
Thursday, April 30, 2015, 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
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