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For JCC’s Lara Knuettel, ‘failure was not an option’

Knuettel gave birth to another boy, one she wasn’t expecting. It was exactly eight days into her new position of CEO of Denver’s Jewish Community Center that she learned of the enormous, institution-killing debt of the JCC. She had an eight-day grace period. From that time on, the child-raising began in earnest, and it was […]
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Hillel Goldberg

IJN Executive Editor | hillel@ijn.com


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