Announcing G-FLI: Cohort 2

The Greensboro Federation Leadership Institute (G-FLI) is designed to engage the next generation of the Greensboro Jewish community. G-FLI provides leadership development through a Jewish lens; highlighted by immersive experiential education combined with active learning, in an effort to strengthen our Greensboro Jewish Community. The Greensboro Jewish Federation strives to integrate leadership opportunities into our community in order to achieve our mission.


This 18-month leadership course helps emerging leaders identify and develop their leadership styles, exposes participants to leadership opportunities within the Greensboro Jewish Federation and its constituent agencies, and explores Judaism in a unique and creative way. Each participant is paired with a mentor. Mentorship is a critical component in leadership development.


G-FLI strives to:

  • Engage and develop connections with future leaders of Jewish Greensboro.
  • Educate the next generation of leaders using a curriculum designed by the Center for Creative Leadership and renowned secular and Jewish educators.
  • Provide experiential learning opportunities through mentorship and volunteer leadership roles.
  • Enhance leadership identity through a Jewish lens.

For more information, contact Carly Dunno, (336) 852-5433 x243.

Young Leadership

Young Professionals

The Greensboro Jewish Federation works to provide a portal for Jewish young adults to connect to the Greensboro Jewish community, through leadership development, targeted social, cultural, and social action programs. The goal is to identify and educate young adults so that they may become more active members of the Jewish community, as future leaders and philanthropists. The Jewish Federation works to engage young professionals, and families with young children, to build a more involved Jewish community through outreach, social and cultural programming, Jewish education, and community service.

Join J Triad

J Triad is a Jewish group for young adults in the Triad area. J Triad was envisioned as one large, inviting community offering a truly fun and meaningful Jewish experience. Programming focuses on Jewish, Social, Tikkun Olam and Educational opportunities.


J Triad is supported equally by Beth David Synagogue, Greensboro Jewish Federation, Temple Emanuel of Greensboro, and Temple Emanuel of Winston-Salem, and run by a small committee of dedicated community members. J Triad strives to enrich the Jewish experience among young adults in the Piedmont Triad area by providing a full range of interesting, engaging events. In short, J Triad brings people together and provides a space for young adults to just “be Jewish.” If you’re interested in becoming involved in J Triad, join our Facebook Group.

Meet Other Jewish Young Professionals

Attending national programs is a great way to meet other Jewish Young Professionals.


Jewish Federations of North America offers National Young Leadership Missions to travel with your peers, including trips to Israel and around the world. National Young Leadership gives you a place to explore your interests, meet others, have fun, and make a difference in the world through your actions.


The Greensboro Jewish Federation offers subsidies to attend these types of programs. Email Carly Dunno for more information.

National Young Leadership Cabinet is the premier leadership and philanthropic program within The Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) and throughout the Jewish world. Cabinet is comprised of approximately 300 men and women, ages 30 to 45, from across the United States and Canada who are deeply committed to shaping a bright future for the Jewish people in North America, Israel and around the globe. National Young Leadership Cabinet is a six-year journey with a variety of destinations, all of them reached by stronger, more vibrant leaders. Learn more by contacting Carly Dunno.

Gesher Greensboro (Gesher means “bridge” in Hebrew) is a project of the Greensboro Jewish Federation and Jewish Family Services to engage current residents, students, and young professionals and grow our network by connecting Greensboro, its Jewish community, and various outlets for employment.