Over a 3-course meal, participants have the opportunity to meet other young professionals and engage with renowned Canadian executives and community leaders; we call them our "mentors". At each course, the young professionals rotate tables offering a new and exclusive opportunity to interact with a new mentor.
Israel Cancer Research Fund (ICRF) was founded in 1975 with the goal of finding treatments and cures for all forms of cancer, utilizing the unique benefits Israel’s scientists have to offer. Today, ICRF continues in its mission to harness Israel’s educational and scientific resources in the fight against cancer by providing funds for post-doctoral fellowships for young Israeli MD’s and PhDs. Since its inception, ICRF has awarded nearly 2,300 grants valued at $63 million US directly to Israeli scientists.
We’re excited to host the following executives and community leaders.
Kilmer Van Nostrand Co. Limited
Revolving Tables is organized by the ICRF Next Generation Board, a group of young philanthropists who are passionate about advancing ICRF’s mission among young professionals.
Co-chairs: Eric Sherkin & Nora Zwingerman
Team Leads: Hannah Gofman, Jordana Kimel, Hayley Rovet, Michelle Tsesler, Jade Zylberberg
Committee Members: Shani Ben-Izhak, Michelle Budish, Max Donsky, Carly Eidelman, Lauren Gruber, Ariela Gutfrajnd, Raquel Inwentash, Jacqueline Jordan, Dalia Kimmel, Mark Kostove, Ashley Lanys, Zach Mammon, Candice Rotenberg, Rebecca Sherman, Macey Standil, Aja Zylberberg