On February 9, Israel Bonds National Women’s Division welcomed Beth Kaplan, business strategist and visionary, at two separate events in Miami, in which she shared her experience and perspectives leading global organizations within the public and private sectors. Having a wide breadth of knowledge and extensive expertise, Beth’s entrepreneurial insights drew over 115 guests at Briza on the Bay at an evening reception attended by members of the Women’s Division as well as their friends, families and fellow advocates of the Jewish state, seeking to help to strengthen Israel’s economy through investments in Israel bonds.
An earlier event in the day brought together 20 supporters of Israel and the Israel Bonds organization, at a private home in Miami with Beth. President & CEO of Israel Bonds, Dani Naveh, joined at both engagements along with his wife Tsili, an influential member of the Women’s Division who is instrumental in building enthusiasm for a new Women's Division necklace of honor program, connecting all women of the Women’s Division on a national level.
Dani underscored the overarching theme of the day’s events, proclaiming, “Today is about Women’s inspiration,” while highlighting “Israel Bonds would not be the success story it is today without women’s activism, involvement and investments in Israel bonds.”
A special thank you goes to event chairs Marcy Goldstein and Loryn Lesser, and Cathy Distelburger, National Chair of Women’s Division, and the events’ host committee, who presented Beth Kaplan with the Shimon Peres Award for her dedication and commitment to Israel and the Jewish people.
Photos: Abbie Salamon