BJE Professional Leader Named a Wexner Davidson Fellow

The Wexner Foundation has announced the inaugural class of the new Wexner Davidson Fellowship, and Carly Rosenstein, Director of BJE’s Center of Excellence in Early Childhood Education and Special Projects, is among this first cohort.

Designed for Jewish professionals aged 26-36 working full-time in North American Jewish organizations, the three-year Fellowship offers unparalleled opportunities for cohort-based learning, peer networking, mentorship, and immersive experiences, including a week in Israel. Fellows will benefit from coaching, personalized Jewish learning, and will receive additional funding for professional development. Wexner Davidson Fellows will join the Wexner Foundation's network of over 3,000 professional and volunteer leaders in North America and Israel.

The cohort includes Jewish professionals from across North America, working in a wide array of nonprofit, civic and philanthropic arenas.

“Carly's impact at BJE and beyond – from strengthening the field of early childhood education, to helping day schools access Title services, to advancing BJE's strategic initiatives – is substantial.   Her selection as a Wexner Davidson Fellow recognizes her demonstrated leadership ability.  The skills, relationships and experiences of this outstanding Fellowship program will enhance Carly's professional development, broadening the range of her considerable contributions to Jewish education and the work of BJE for decades to come,” said Dr. Gil Graff, BJE Executive Director.

The Fellowship is a partnership between the Wexner Foundation and the William Davidson Foundation. Learn more about the program here.