The Associated Contributors

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The Associated Contributors are writers from The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore.

Sexual Harassment – How CHANA’s Preventative Healthy Relationship Programming Can Make a Difference

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In the past month, a day hasn’t gone by without news of sexual assault or harassment allegations made by women, and a few men, who are finally feeling empowered to speak out.

Meet Ziv Friedwald – Campus Fellow at Johns Hopkins University

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In partnership with The Associated’s global partner, The Jewish Agency for Israel, each year the Associated provides support for four young Israelis to work as key members of the Hillel staff at Hopkins, Towson University, Goucher College and University of Maryland, College Park. Israel Campus Fellows provide opportunities for students to discuss and form connections with an Israeli, educated and inspire students to forge enduring commitments to Israel.

Meet Zhanna A. Maydanich, Esquire

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An attorney with a private practice in Owings Mills, Zhanna Maydanich specializes on providing in-house counsel services to small and family-owned businesses. With her own lifelong personal and professional experiences, she truly understands the impact and pressure that a small and family-owned business has upon the families of its owners and its employees.

Strictly Business: Adjusting to the Changing Work Climate

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For the third year in a row, business leaders from across Maryland will join together at Strictly Business, a networking and awards breakfast that has become the community’s “can’t miss” event for employers.

Maryland Advocacy Day: Students Take Action in Annapolis

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Hello, my name is Zach Pearlstone and I am a part of STAC which stands for Students Taking Action for Change. Leading up to this year’s Advocacy Day in Annapolis, our group attended monthly sessions at the Owing Mills JCC where we practiced public speaking and other advocating techniques.

Good Deeds Day Inspires Local Baltimore Families to Volunteer

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The arrival of spring is quickly approaching, which brings lots of excitement to the Baltimore community for many different reasons… the end to the cold weather, pretty scenery, opening day at Camden Yards, lacrosse season and, for me, Good Deeds Day.Good Deeds Day is an international day of service that unites people from 93 countries who perform good deeds for the benefit of others and the planet.

Baltimore Jewish Teens are Creating Innovative Solutions to Social Problems in New 4Front Teen Fellowship

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Izzy Hettleman sees it all the time. Unsafe roads, in part from teens texting and driving.

Women Take Charge: Roz Cornblatt

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For many, running a 5K is a rather challenging feat. For 73-year-old Roz Cornblatt, it was a goal that she was determined to complete.

Opioid Epidemic Impacts the Jewish Community

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It’s a simple question. Yet when Elizabeth Piper, health educator for Jewish Community Services (JCS), asks it to a room full of high school students, she is always amazed at the response.

Getting to Know: Ari Abramson

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Ari Abramson is a native Baltimorean who grew up in Pikesville and graduated from Pikesville High School. He left his hometown to attend Muhlenberg College, then returned to Baltimore for a job after college at Legg Mason. Today, the investment professional, active member of The Associated’s Real Estate Industry Group (REIG) and father of two, lives in Homeland with his wife, Sarah Manekin, and two young children, Eleanor, 5, and Henry, 3.