Claire Winick, Regional Director

Claire Winick, Regional Director

Welcome to AABGU’s Mid-Atlantic Region, based in the Philadelphia suburb of Jenkintown.

We are a veteran organization in the community, with a history of over 30 years of informative events and outstanding leadership. With more than 25 events per year, we offer you opportunities to meet world-class researchers and professors, primarily in private homes at no cost to our guests, to learn about Ben-Gurion University’s role in developing Israel’s Negev region.

Eager to expand our network of friends, the Mid-Atlantic Region recently opened a new chapter in Pittsburgh. After several well-attend parlor meetings in that community, we proudly inducted a chapter chair: prominent attorney, Jeff Letwin of Schnader Harrison, Segal and Lewis LLP.

We look forward to the strong Pittsburgh Jewish community joining the AABGU family, bringing new friends into our circle of support for BGU.

Please check this website and plan to join us for an upcoming event.

With best regards,

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Claire Winick
Regional Director


Contact Us

Claire Winick
Regional Director
winickc@aabgu.org

E-mail Me
Address:

261 Old York Road
#417A
Jenkintown, PA 19046

Phone:

215-884-4510

Seth Bloom
Associate Director
sbloom@aabgu.org

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Celebrating American Dedication to BGU

June 28, 2016

Tags: Business & Management, Leadership, Awards & Events, Social Sciences & Humanities

The generosity of the AABGU community was on prominent display at BGU's 46th Board of Governors.

After Fleeing the Nazis, a Legacy That Won’t Run Dry

June 24, 2016

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events

Howard and Lottie Marcus's final act of philanthropy provides $400 million to secure Israel's future.

BGU Confers Honorary Doctorates on Three Americans

June 15, 2016

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events, Press Releases

Dr. Harvey V. Fineberg, Ernest Scheller, Jr., and Prof. Jeffrey D. Ullman honored at 46th Board of Governors.