AJC San Francisco Community Meeting with AJC CEO Ted Deutch

Featuring AJC CEO Ted Deutch and Former KM Alon Tal

Join AJC San Francisco at the beautiful and historic Congregation Sherith Israel for a festive reception and program.

Our featured speaker is AJC CEO Ted Deutch, who joined AJC in October of 2022, following more than 12 years of service in the United States House of Representatives.

We will be joined by Alon Tal, former Member of the Israeli Knesset, who will address opportunities for international cooperation and sustainability.

AJC will honor and thank our outgoing president, Adam Chase, and install our new president, Jill Silverman. We hope you will join us!

Interests: Meetings
May 08, 2023
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Congregation Sherith Israel
2266 California Street
San Francisco


Organized By: 
AJC San Francisco
Event Contact Person: 
Clara Cunradi
Ted Deutch
Ted Deutch, a lifelong Jewish and pro-Israel activist, assumed the role of CEO of AJC in October of 2022. He joined AJC following more than 12 years of service in the United States House of Representatives, representing Broward and Palm Beach Counties in Florida. In Congress, Ted served as chair of the House Ethics Committee, a senior member of the House Judiciary Committee, and a senior member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, on which he served as chair of the Middle East, North Africa, and Global Counterterrorism Subcommittee. Prior to holding public office, Ted enjoyed a successful career as a commercial real estate attorney in Cleveland and Boca Raton.
Alon Tal
Alon Tal is a leading Israeli environmental politician, academic and activist. He was a member of the 24th Knesset between 2021 and 2022, representing the Blue and White political party; founder of the Israel Union for Environmental Defense and the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies; and co-founder of Ecopeace: Friends of the Earth–Middle East, This Is My Earth, the Israel Forum for Demography, Environment and Society, Aytzim: Ecological Judaism, and the Green Movement. Tal was appointed chair of the department of Public Policy at Tel Aviv University in 2017. After leaving the Knesset, he accepted an appointment as a visiting professor at the Stanford University Business school.