Women for Israel Presents: An Evening with Dr. Lillian Glass

Sharing the Life of her Mother, Rosalee Glass z”l

Thursday April 23, 2020


Grey Rock Mansion

400 Grey Rock Road, Pikesville, MD

This event has been postponed due to the current and evolving situation regarding COVID-19, and will be rescheduled for a later date. 


I know you share our disappointment regarding this decision. Please accept our sincerest apologies for the inconvenience this may have caused you.

We will be in touch with you shortly once a new date has been confirmed.


Dr. Lillian Glass

Dr. Lillian Glass (often referred to as “First Lady of Communication”) is one of the world’s most well respected and foremost authorities in the field of Communication and the Psychology of Human Behavior. As the author of 18 books including the original best seller, Toxic People, she combines her unique background to educate the public through the media.


Dr. Lillian Glass will share her mother Rosalee Glass’s incredible story of survival and resilience. A Holocaust survivor, Roselee transformed her destiny by living her life to the fullest and achieving her dreams. In her late 80s, she started an acting career. She was seen by millions in a Super Bowl commercial at 97 and wrote a book sharing her secrets to a long life at 99. The film Reinventing Rosalee showcases her amazing story and follows how at age 100 she dared to ride with Alaskan Sled Dogs.

Minimum contribution of $1,000 to JNF’s 2020 campaign.
We encourage all current donors to invite one new guest.

Maryland Board President

Nanci Seff

Event Co-Chairs

Phyllis Brown
Robin Smith

Event Committee

Naomi Amsterdam ∙ Jill Gansler ∙ Leslie Goldberg
Marcia Greenfield ∙ Ann Hantgan ∙ Lynn Kapiloff
Jayne Klein ∙ Ilene Merenbloom ∙ Betsy Narrow
Erika Pardes Schon ∙ Debbie Spector ∙ Lorraine Raffel
Jill Sapperstein ∙ Debbie Zager

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More Information

Stuart Diamant-Cohen
[email protected] or 410.486.3317 x841


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