The Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona Young Men’s group held its annual leadership development retreat Aug. 23-25 on Mt. Lemmon, facilitated by Jewish Federations of North America National Young Leadership Cabinet co-chair Adam Miller, from Orange County, California. The 13 young men participated in leadership development programming including community development planning, budgeting and allocations, and personal and community values programs. The weekend concluded with a meeting with Jewish Community Foundation CEO Graham Hoffman, where the men discussed putting the skills they learned into action in the community, through the Federation and its community beneficiary and partner agencies.
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