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Make your hotel reservation:
Grand Hyatt
1000 H Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20001
202-582-1234

Questions?:
Registration:
Brooke Schuckman
212-891-1438


National Leadership Council:
Allie Lipner Rosenblum
212-891-1467

Board of Governors and Comay Fellows:
Meggie Fredman
202-776-5449

Join AJC as we advocate on behalf of the Jewish people and the State of Israel in our nation's capital. AJC National Board of Governors are invited to attend both the Board of Governors meeting and AJC National Leadership Council Advocacy Fly In meetings described below. We invite all members of the AJC National Leadership Council (NLC) to attend the first-ever AJC NLC Advocacy Fly In.
 
National Leadership Council Advocacy Fly In
Join AJC for its first-ever National Leadership Council (NLC) Advocacy Fly In in Washington, D.C. The 24-hour Fly In program will empower NLC members to:
  • Advocate on Capitol Hill with members of Congress
  • Discuss pressing world issues with officials, diplomats, and policy experts
  • Meet, socialize, and connect with NLC members from across the U.S.

The advocacy theme of the Fly In will be U.S. Global Leadership. Time and again, AJC has heard from foreign leaders and diplomats that U.S. leadership is essential for global stability. As Jewish advocates, each of us has a responsibility to share our concerns, and the concerns of our interlocutors, with government officials and legislators in Washington. 

The Fly In will begin just after the conclusion of the January 2018 AJC Board of Governors meeting, which will also be held in Washington.

Please visit the program tab for the Fly In schedule.

National Leadership Council (NLC) Advocacy Fly In Co-Chairs: 
Arnie Herz – Port Washington, NY ● Amy Levin Ragen – Seattle, WA

National Leadership Council (NLC) Advocacy Fly In Event Committee: 
Richard L. Berkman – Philadelphia, PA ● David Berz –Bethesda, MD ● Margot Carter – Dallas, TX ● Edie & David Chaifetz – Sarasota, FL ● Richard Cohen – Mamaroneck, NY ● Betty Cotton – New York, NY ● Toby Dershowitz – Washington, DC ● David Farber – Bethesda, MD ● Jo Renee Fine – Boca Raton, FL ● Cary Glenner – Highland Park, IL ● Herb Horowitz – Princeton, NJ ● Marvin Israelow – Chappaqua, NY● Sandy Kaltman – Cincinnati, OH ● Harvey Kaplan – Mission Hills, KS ● Murray Lee – Seattle, WA ● Ellen Levy – New York, NY ● Carol Lipsky – New York, NY ● Bruce S. Lubin – Long Grove, IL ● Andy Marks – Bethesda, MD ● Melanie Nelkin – Atlanta, GA  Roberta Baruch & Jerome Ostrov – North Bethesda, MD ● Kim Pimley – Princeton, NJ ● Lynne & Allan Reich – Glencoe, IL ● Deborah Rosen – Mercer Island, WA ● Beverly Rosenbaum – Scarsdale, NY ● Harriet P. Schleifer – Chappaqua, NY ● Karen & Michael Tichnor – Wayland, MA ● Stephanie Victor – Lake Forest, IL ● Anne Virag – University Park, FL

 
AJC Board of Governors Meeting
  
Board of Governors members will kick-off 2018 in Washington, D.C. January 28 - 29; with optional programming on the evening of Saturday, January 27 at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day. 

Meeting highlights will include:
  • Exclusive briefings with Washington, D.C.-based thought-leaders
  • High-level ​Advocacy in Action​ dinners across Washington, D.C. to advocate AJC priority issues
  • Board  business meeting (will address issues to set AJC on the path forward for 2018 and beyond)
  • Committee and Commission meetings

​See Fly In details above for additional highlights, including meetings with Government officials and Members of Congress​.​

Programming will begin for all Board members on Sunday, January 28, shortly after lunchtime.

Please visit the program tab for the Board of Governors Meeting schedule.
  
    

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