UNIVERSITY WOMEN

A Taste of AJU

lBosse

Women's Lunch and Learn- Some Leaders are born Women

Wednesday, November 12, 2014
AJU, 15600 Mulholland Drive, Bel Air
12:00-1:30P.M.

Lili Bosse was sworn in as Mayor of Beverly Hills on March 25, 2014. Prior to her election to the council, she served on the Planning Commission from 2007-2011, including a term as chairperson, and on the Traffic and Parking Commission from 1997-2002. In 2012-13 she served as vice mayor. Ms. Bosse’s community activities include serving as president of the Beverly Hills Education Foundation, where she helped start the first Apple Ball and Walk for Schools. She is also a former trustee of the Wilshire Boulevard Temple and has been deeply involved with Friends of the Beverly Hills Public Library and the Rotary Club of Beverly Hills, among other organizations. She has served as Chair of the Women’s Venture Fund and the Lion of Judah Division of the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles. She has received the Women of Achievement Award from the Sheba Medical Center, and in 2013 she served on the Southern California Regional Council of Birthright Israel.

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Angella Nazarian is a bestselling author and a noted speaker. She is the co-founder of WOMEN A.R.E., a women’s leadership organization founded to empower women through forums that inspire, engage, and promote collaboration, and is an advisory board member of the Iranian American Women’s Leadership Conference. She is the creator of My Personal Coach, which is focused on developing a customized growth plan around personal priorities, strengths, thoughts, relationships and environment. Angella has lead panels at the Milken Global Conference on Visionary Women in Social Enterprise. She has served as a delegate at Newsweek & The Daily Beast ‘s Women in the World Conference. Both her books, “Life as a Visitor” and “Pioneers of the Possible: Celebrating Visionary Women of the World” have become bestsellers and have garnered glowing reviews from Arianna Huffington, Tina Brown, Martha Stewart, and Diane von Furstenberg.

  • 9 sessions per year (Membership required)
  • 12:00 - 1:30 p.m.
  • Sessions will be held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays
  • Kosher lunch included
  • Location: American Jewish University's Small Berg Dining Room
    15600 Mulholland Drive, Bel Air
 

The mission of University Women is to provide educational and cultural programs for women while investing in our Jewish future by providing funds for AJU student scholarships and our libraries. We welcome all women who share a desire to be inspired, challenged and educated spiritually, intellectually and culturally.

For more information on membership or our programs,

contact Betty Carmona at: bcarmona@aju.edu or 310 440-1283