Valuing People Over Statistics: The Secret To Meaningful Growth

How do we measure impact? For those of us who write grants, impact is measured in numbers, in percentages, in statistics. Sharon Weiss-Greenberg argues that measuring impact this way is fundamentally not Jewish and that exclusively measuring success through quantitative measures misses out on the much larger impact our organizations are making. How do we tell that story?

Filmed at the William Breman Jewish Heritage and Holocaust Museum in Atlanta, Georgia in cooperation with the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta.

Sharon Weiss-Greenberg is the former Director of Education Partnerships for My Jewish Learning. She previously worked as the Director of Development and Communications at ELI Talks and former Executive Director of JOFA, the Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance. Sharon also has served as the Rosh Moshava (Head of Camp) at Camp Stone, as the first Orthodox woman chaplain at Harvard University, and as a day school educator. She earned her doctorate at New York University. Sharon is an alumna of the Wexner Fellow/Davidson Scholarship graduate program and a Schusterman ROI Member. She studied at The Drisha Institute for Jewish Education and received her B.A. and M.A. from Yeshiva University.

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