Hillel Spring Celebration
Celebrating Jewish Life on Campus
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
6:30pm / Dinner Reception
8:00pm / Seated Program & Dessert
Capitale / 130 Bowery New York, NY, 10013
Honoring Tina Price with the Renaissance Award and
Larry Moses with the Edgar M. Bronfman Award
Digital Commemorative Journal Packages
(Deadline: Wednesday, May 8, 2019)
Diamond Journal Package $100k (includes up to 10 seats)
Platinum Journal Package $50k (includes up to 10 seats)
Gold Journal Package $36k (includes up to 10 seats)
Silver Journal Package $25k (includes up to 10 seats)
Bronze Journal Package $18k (includes up to 10 seats)
White Journal Package $10k (includes up to 4 seats)
Listing $5k (includes up to 2 seats)
Table of Ten $15,000
One Reservation $1,500
For more information or to purchase a digital journal package, please contact Amy Handman at email@example.com.
Hillel’s highest honor is bestowed upon an individual whose bold vision and transformative initiatives enrich the campus, the Jewish community, and the world.
Tina Price is the Chair of Hillel International’s Board of Directors, where she has been a leader since 2010. She serves on the Jewish Funders Network Board of Directors and is the immediate past Board Chair of the Israel on Campus Coalition. As an instrumental member of the New York Jewish community, she sits on UJA-Federation of New York’s Board of Directors and previously served on its Executive Committee. Tina is a Trustee of the Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services, the largest human services agency in New York state. A graduate of Barnard College, Tina serves on both Columbia/Barnard Hillel’s Board of Directors and Executive Committee. She is also a Wexner Heritage alumna. Tina and her husband Steven have two children, Lucy and Kyle.
This award is presented to a current or former Hillel professional who has served the movement with distinction and honor, and whose impact is outstanding and lasting, like Edgar himself.
Larry Moses serves as the Senior Philanthropic Advisor to the Wexner Family and Foundation and previously served as the President of the Wexner Foundation. He is a member of the Hillel International Board of Directors, Chair of Hillel’s Governance Committee, and Co-Chair of the Hillel U Advisory Board. Larry began his career as the Hillel Director at San Francisco State University, and he served as the International Director of Hillel from 1984 through 1987. Outside of his civic and Jewish communal leadership, Larry is a scholar of the Holocaust, a leadership educator, and a mentor to countless colleagues. He and his wife Dr. Susan Steinman have two daughters, Alana and Danielle.