April 03rd 2019:Ep. 1: Becoming A Mensch and Ep. 2: Family Businesses
Kathryn interviews Author & Rabbi Joshua Hammerman, author of “MENSCH•MARKS: Life Lessons of a Human Rabbi”. Mensch is a Yiddish word that has gone beyond its basic definition—a human person—and has become a shining symbol of how simply being human in today’s world has become an act of heroism. To help us on our road to discovering our inner mensch, Rabbi Joshua Hammerman’s new book presents 42 brief essays that mirror the 42 stops that the Israelites made as they wandered in the desert. Kathryn also interviews Author, President & Founder Family Business USA Henry Hutcheson CMC CFBA, author of
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Rabbi Joshua Hammerman
Rabbi Joshua Hammerman is the spiritual leader of Temple Beth El in Stamford, CT and the winner of the 2008 Rockower Award for Excellence in Jewish Journalism and the 2018 Religion New Association Award for Excellence in Commentary. He is a regular contributor to The New York Jewish Week, the Times of Israel, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency and the Religion News Service and his personal essays have also appeared in the New York Times Magazine and the Washington Post. He has served as the president of the Interfaith Council of Southwestern Connecticut and the Stamford Board of Rabbis and as chaplain for the Stamford Police Department. He is a rabbi, journalist, father, husband, Red Sox fan and
Henry Hutcheson CMC CFBA has 25 years of experience in business management and global family business consulting across a range of industries and is a veteran of a family business himself. He is a frequent corporate and university speaker, as well as a columnist and writer for the News & Observer, Charlotte Observer, Nursery Retailer, The State, and Family Business Magazine. He has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Crain’s, and other business and trade magazines. His new book is Dirty Little Secrets of Family Business (3rd edition): Ensuring Success from One Generation to the Next. Learn more at www.familybusinessusa.com.