Jewish National Fund Breakfast for Israel - Atlanta

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Tuesday December 01, 2020

8:00am-9:00am EST

The link to join the program will be emailed to you a few days in advance of the breakfast.

About the Breakfast

We’re celebrating the land and people of Israel, and we want you and your community to be a part of it. Join us for an engaging, impactful, and informative virtual Breakfast for Israel, enjoy a hilarious conversation between TV comedy writer and producer Phil Rosenthal and Steven Shalowitz, the host of our "IsraelCast" podcast, and learn how you can double your impact on Giving Tuesday. Sign up today to reserve your spot! 


Login information will be sent to you a few days before the event.


Thanks to the generosity of The Braverman Family Foundation, Harvey and Marnie Dietrich, and Ken and Nancie Segel, every gift made on Giving Tuesday will be matched, up to $1 million.


Guest Speaker


Phil Rosenthal

American Television Writer and Producer


Phil Rosenthal is the creator of the sitcom “Everybody Loves Raymond” and documentaries Exporting Raymond and Somebody Feed Phil. He is also the author of You’re Lucky You’re Funny. Rosenthal’s first travel food series, “I’ll Have What Phil’s Having,” aired in 2015 and he received two Taste Awards and the 2016 James Beard Award for Best Television Program. 


Phil Rosenthal’s appearance arranged through Gotham Artists.



Steven Shalowitz


Steven Shalowitz is the Host of Jewish National Fund’s “IsraelCast” podcast and for more than eight years, he has produced and hosted "The One Way Ticket Show” podcast where he explores with fascinating people where they'd go if given a one-way ticket to the past, present, future, real, imaginary, or a state of mind. He's also a member of JNF's Social Media Committee. Steven invites you to connect with him on all social media: @stevenshalowitz.

Event Chairs

Caryn Berzack • Vanessa Frank
Carey Guggenheim • Todd Starr

Table Captains - In Formation

Julie & Karl Altmann • Steffanie Altman • Maximilliano Grass Araya • Martha & Barry Berlin 

Caryn & Jonathan Berzack • Marcus Brodzki • Valerie Chambers • Justine Cohen 

Romi & Ron Elkounovitch • Amy Fox • Vanessa & Isaac Frank • Connie Frankel • Lori & Bill Frechtman  Richard & Beth Gluck • Carey & Jason Guggenheim • Michelle Horesh • Michael Jacobson

Barbara & Alan Kaplan • Sara Kogon • Sheri & Craig Kornblum • Natasha Lebowitz 

Sharon & Michael Levison • Debbie Levy • Alan Lubel • Cheryl Morrison • Lisanne & Paul Nozick

Erin Pirkle • David Poline • Aviva & Eyal Postelnik • Jessie Rosenberg

Barbara Lincoln & Gary Rosenshein • Stacy Rothberg

Amy & Phil Rubin • Dr. Paul Scheinberg • Andy Siegel • Gabrielle & Todd Starr

Tamar Stern • Cyndi Sterne • Randy & Billy Steuer

Samantha & David Weidenbaum • Howard Wexler • Roni Wolk

More Information

Beth Gluck, Director, Executive Director, Greater Atlanta

[email protected] or 404.236.8990 x851


Sponsors - In Formation

Isaac & Vanessa Franka • Sharon & Michael Levison

The Marcus Foundation • Halpern-Oppenheimer Family Foundation