Building better connections and networks and creating a sense of belonging are particularly important during this holiday season. For that reason, a gathering of Jewish Atlantans representing a cross section of generations and walks of life came together Nov. 20.
Federation Innovation, an initiative of Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, and Plywood People, hosted Wisdom Pairings, “an intimate evening of intergenerational connections and conversations.”
“It starts with a diverse group of people having dinner, blooms into an evening of curated conversations, and creates lasting connections between emerging and experienced professionals who can count on each other for shared learning,” according to a press release.
“With the goal of building a Jewish community of reciprocity, mentors and mentees came together from across Atlanta’s Jewish community to share and receive wisdom.”
A diverse group of people from the Jewish community enjoyed dinner and drinks during the gathering last month, followed by curated conversations and lasting connections between emerging and experienced professionals who can count on each other for shared learning. Participants were paired by their shared passions, expertise, life journeys and interests.