When I first came on board three years ago, The CJM had established itself as one of the Bay Area’s most distinguished and innovative institutions. The CJM is highly regarded in the Jewish community as an institution in which there is pride and great anticipation for the future.
In planning for the next several years, we're working with our strong and devoted Board of Trustees and its remarkable mix of expertise, experience, age-range, and passion for the mission. Our Board is strategic, committed, and generous, and works well together with our Staff on this galvanizing social enterprise around Jewish continuity and artistic innovation.
Our immediate goals for the next few years are to further activate The CJM by commissioning new works of art for the public areas of our space, such as the beautiful Lamp of the Covenant that now hangs above the Koret Taube Grand Lobby, and to create a mix of exhibitions and public programs on art, history, and pop culture. We intend to pioneer site-specific performances, expand our digital footprint with a new and dynamic website, and engage in synergistic, strategic partnerships with other arts institutions.