What happens when Jewish Detroit meets Jewish Atlanta in Israel? Just ask NEXTGen rock stars, Shayna and Joshua Levine: married 13 years, parents of four, balancing two full-time careers. Partners in community leadership roles; deeply, passionately engaged in Jewish life.
Trailblazer in real estate, online media and health care. Entrepreneur, motivational speaker and best-selling author of “The Hunt,” David Farbman has leveraged his passion for the great outdoors to create cool companies, attract talent to Detroit and lead a new generation in Jewish philanthropy.
While still actively involved in running Rear Ends, their premium jeans and apparel shop, Elaine and Mark Blumenfeld have handed the reins over to daughter, Ariana, 31, for more of the creative control and retail operations.
True to his name emblazoned on top of his office building at the corner of Northwestern and Evergreen in Southfield, Mike Morse doesn’t do anything on a small scale. “You may have noticed from my advertising and the sign on my building, I work, play and live . . . to win,” he says.
Women in law know it’s a dance – a constant effort to find the balance between power and grace in a competitive, often relentless work environment. Gathering strength in numbers, the Jewish Bar Association of Michigan offers a forum to discuss the issues and explore strategies for success.