Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Liz Aeschlimann, Helen Bennett, and Andrew Gordon-Kirsch

Liz Aeschlimann Liz Aeschlimann helps people step off the productivity and exhaustion treadmill and design new professional and personal possibilities as a coach and facilitator. An organizer, educator and chaplain, she has served as Director for Jewish Life at Vassar College and received a Masters of Divinity from Harvard Divinity School. Learn more at Helen Bennett Helen Bennett likes to do things that help people remember how much it’s worth it to trust and depend on each other. She is an organizer, facilitator, network weaver, Spiritual Director, and co-creator of IfNotNow. In 2018 she co-founded and now co-leads Tzedek Lab, a national network of political educators, organizers, spiritual leaders, and cultural workers building collective competency to politicize, transform, and inspire the Jewish community into collective action against racism, antisemitism, and white supremacy. Learn more at Andrew Gordon-Kirsch Andrew Gordon-Kirsch is a leadership coach specializing in feedback and behavior change. He has spent the last decade helping people navigate the unknowns of transitions, first as a community organizer and later as an organization development consultant. He has led workshops on antisemitism and Islamophobia and contributed to the founding of IfNotNow. He currently serves as the Interim Executive Director of Jewish Youth for Community Action. Learn more at


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