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PK and Social Action: What Does Living a Jewish Progressive Life Look Like?

Sunday, January 16, 2022 14 Shevat 5782

3:00 PM - 4:30 PMZoom

Sponsored by the Beth Meyer Progressive Kehillah and the Social Action Committee

What does Living a Progressive Jewish Life Look Like? Join us to hear stories of connecting Jewish values to action. 

Three Beth Meyer members, Alan KingSusannah Mundt, and Zach Wineburg, will share how their Jewish values influence the ways they offer support to individuals and communities and seek to create a more just and equitable world. Following the individual presentations, we will have a discussion to explore what it means to do mitzvot, to “be Jewish” and “do Jewish.” 

We are honored to hear from these three congregants and recognize that many others in our congregation also volunteer and find meaningful ways to make the world a better place. We want to hear from you! 

PK and Social Action are developing a booklet to shine a light on the work our members are doing to help those in need, locally and globally. We hope this will inspire others to infuse their lives with similar action and spiritual meaning. 

Please participate in this first booklet by sending an email by January 7, 2022, to, with contact info, a description of what you do, and if you can, how it relates to your Jewish values. We look forward to seeing and hearing from you!

Register for the Zoom link below.

About our panelists:

Alan S. King is the president and chief operating officer of Workplace Options, a Raleigh-based employee well-being company providing emotional, physical, and practical support to more than 72 million people around the world. Alan has been recognized for his contributions to promote global mental health awareness and for his efforts to advance an equal rights agenda for LGBTQ+ and other marginalized communities. He is active in many social justice organizations, including J-Street and serves as board chair of the Tyler Clementi Foundation, a national anti-bullying organization.

Zach has spent nearly two decades working in electoral politics and advocacy. This includes managing one of Gabby Gifford's campaigns, serving on President Obama's reelection in Iowa, and doing stints at the Democratic Senate Campaign Committee and the Democratic Governor's Association in Washington, DC. He also worked at Google for four years leading their "left-of-center" digital advertising team and currently owns his own consulting business - working at the intersection of tech, politics, media, and policy. He is an adjunct professor at St-Augustine's University, an HBCU in downtown Raleigh where he teaches in the Communications Department. Zach lives in the Mordecai neighborhood in Raleigh with his wife Sadie Weiner, son Benny (3), and daughter Drew (almost 1) and is a native of Greensboro where he attended Temple Emanuel.

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