Courses by instructor: Avi Rose
Avi Rose has served as the executive director of Jewish Family & Community Services East Bay since 2005. Avi is a licensed clinical social worker with an extensive background in nonprofit administration, service delivery, and leadership, both within and outside of the Jewish community.
Avi received his B.A. from Brandeis University in 1976 and later earned an MSW from the University of Southern California and an M.A. in Jewish Communal Service from Hebrew Union College. Subsequent to his graduate education, Avi worked at Jewish Family Service in Los Angeles and later managed the pioneering AIDS program at Jewish Family and Children’s Services in San Francisco, for which he received the Louis Kraft Award for Outstanding Young Professional in Jewish Communal Service in 1988. Avi continued to work on HIV/AIDS issues for several decades, including a period serving as executive director of a national HIV treatment information and advocacy organization. He also worked extensively in the area of community-based health care for low-income people.
American Response to the Rohingya Genocide
Join us for a special presentation with Rohingyan guest speaker, Yusuf Iqbal, and photojournalist John Rudoff. Yusuf Iqbal will offer a brief history of Rohingya and discuss when, how, and why the genocide started. He'll ...