Abby Weisz, LCSW, M. Ed, tells us about her work as a marriage therapist focusing on sexuality and intimacy: What made her choose this field, why she’s sad to have so much work and what rabbis say about what she does. Oh yeah, she also tells us why she chose to work with Route 38 in their Wellness Center division and how that helps her run a successful therapy practice.
Yael Frydman, COO of Route 38, knows almost everything there is to know about employee rights and she shares what you should be aware of.
Helena Baker of English Speaking Networking shares the do’s, the don’ts and the OMGs of networking, as well as the trials and tribulations of a new olah restarting her career in Israel.
Shuey Fogel of Fogel CFO & Management Services gives some of the best advice you will ever get about aliyah, opening a business in Israel and pivoting your career. You’ll also hear how a bloody nose in a basketball game can change your life and how a book signing can make a lasting impression.
CFO Baruch Swinkin talks to financial consultant Rifka Lebowitz, about the opportunities and challenges of aliyah. Rifka reveals some of the results from her recent survey and Baruch tells us what happened when he accidentally told someone he was a taxi driver.
Baruch Swinkin, CFO of Route 38, talks aliyah, succeeding financially and mountain biking as he explains what Route 38 is all about.