- September 28, 2020
- 1:00 pm
|Yom Kippur Panel Discussion
Monday, September 28
1pm – Zoom
Can We Agree to Disagree?
We read different news, hold different opinions, and vote for different candidates. And yet, on Yom Kippur we all stand together:
Learn from those whose professional lives are dedicated to helping people find consensus, compromise, and understanding of one another – even though we may still disagree.
Our panelists include:
George Weisz, consensus builder, businessman and legislator
Amy Lieberman is the Executive Director of Insight Mediation LLC, a mediation and workplace conflict consulting firm, and the author of the acclaimed book, “Mediation Success: Get it Out, Get it Over, Get Back to Business.” For close to 20 years, Amy has mediated and resolved over 2000 conflicts. Amy has been recognized by Best Lawyers in America in Mediation and was just recently honored as “Lawyer of the Year – Mediation” (Scottsdale, 2021.) She trains attorneys, human resource professionals, managers and business leaders in how to prevent and resolve conflict.
Rabbi Karen L. Fox is the first woman rabbi to serve at Wilshire Boulevard Temple, the Fifth woman rabbi in Jewish history, and one of the few rabbis licensed as a psychotherapist. In 25 years at Wilshire Boulevard Temple, she impacted generations of families, helping create a vibrant Jewish life for them as a community and as individuals. Over the years she held many responsibilities as a rabbi, as a camp director, as a pastoral counselor, as a staff supervisor and rabbinic mentor.
George Weisz has a unique, diverse, and respected background in public service, business enterprise, and community involvement. He has served at high political levels and as a crisis manager and consensus builder including as a Member of the Arizona House of Representatives, Deputy Chief of Staff to a Republican Governor and Executive Assistant to a Democrat Governor (a rare feat), Senior Assistant to the Mayor of Phoenix, and consultant in Presidential, Congressional, state, and local campaigns. George was ranked by his peers as one of the 10 most effective legislators in Arizona, and he also oversaw Homeland Security and criminal justice agencies for the State of Arizona.