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Mainstage Afternoon Session

Featuring Juju Chang, Abigail Pogrebin, Imam Abdullah Antepli, Shira Goodman, Jonathan Greenblatt, Dara Horn, Richard F. Moss, Marc Rowan, Dan Senor, Avi Weinstein, Eden Weisberg, Kaylee Werner, Rabbi David Wolpe, Nuseir Yassin

Livestream Mar 6, 3:30pm-5:30pm ET
Close out your first day of the event with a keynote from award-winning Author Dara Horn and the presentation of the Daniel Pearl Award to Nuseir Yassin, CEO of Nas Company who goal is to bring people together, by Richard F. Moss and Imam Abdullah Antepli. Learn from campus leaders as they share first-hand perspectives and experiences with the rise of antisemitism and anti-Zionsim at colleges and universities.


Juju Chang

Co-anchor, ABC News’ “Nightline"

Juju Chang is an Emmy® Award-winning co-anchor of ABC News’ “Nightline.” She also reports regularly for “Good Morning America” and “20/20.”

Chang has been recognized for her in-depth personal narratives set against the backdrop of pressing national and international news. From mass shootings to the Opioid Epidemic, Chang is a veteran journalist with a wide-ranging body of work. Chang reported on the recent rise of hate crimes toward the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community as anchor of the ABC News Live special “Stop The Hate: The Rise In Violence Against Asian Americans” and the “20/20” special “Murder In Atlanta” following the Atlanta mass shooting.

Chang’s decades-long career has been recognized with numerous awards, including multiple Emmy’s, Gracie’s, a DuPont, a Murrow and Peabody awards. In 2017, she was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Front Page Awards.

Born in Seoul, South Korea, and raised in Northern California, Chang graduated with honors from Stanford University. A former news anchor for “Good Morning America,” Chang joined ABC News just after college. Chang is a co-founder of the Korean American Community Foundation and a recipient of the Justice in Action Award from the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund. She is a pandemic gardener, devoted wife and mother to 3 sons who identify as “50% Korean and 100% Jewish.”


Abigail Pogrebin

Journalist and Author

Abigail Pogrebin is the author of My Jewish Year: 18 Holidays; One Wondering Jew – a finalist for the 2018 National Jewish Book Awards and still included in synagogue community reads 7 years after publication. Her first book Stars of David: Prominent Jews Talk about Being Jewish, for which she interviewed 60 major public figures — from Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to Steven Spielberg – went into eight hardcover printings and was later adapted for the Off-Broadway stage. Pogrebin’s book, One and the Same, delved into every aspect of growing up as a twin, (her identical twin, Robin Pogrebin, covers culture for the New York Times). Abby was an Emmy-nominated broadcast producer for CBS News’ 60 Minutes — for Ed Bradley and Mike Wallace — and before that at PBS for Fred W. Friendly, Charlie Rose and Bill Moyers. She has written for the Atlantic Magazine, Newsweek, Tablet, the Forward, Vogue, and Harper’s Bazaar. She has moderated public conversations with Hillary Clinton, Lynne Cheney, Madeleine Albright, Bret Stephens, Tom Friedman, Julianna Margulies, Dan Senor, Mayim Bialik, Yossi Klein Halevi, and scores of others at The Streicker Center, the JCC in Manhattan and for JBS Television. Her next book coming out from Fig Tree Books in September and co-authored with Rabbi Dov Linzer — President of YCT — is It Takes Two to Torah: An Orthodox Rabbi and Reform Journalist Discuss and Debate Their Way Through the Five Books of Moses. Abby is a past president of Central Synagogue, a board member of The Shalom Hartman Institute and Yale’s Hillel, The Slifka Center. She is a member of AJC’s Muslim-Jewish Advisory Council and sits on the advisory councils for Atra: The Center for Rabbinic Innovation and for IJS: Institute of Jewish Spirituality. Abby received The Impact Award from The Marlene Meyerson JCC in Manhattan in June 2019, was honored by The Jewish Week in 2017 for contributions to Jewish communal life, and was asked to deliver the plenary address at Hillel International Conference in 2014.

Imam Abdullah Antepli

Associate Vice President & Provost, Duke University

Professor Antepli is a globally acknowledged scholar and leader of cross-religious and cross-cultural dialogue in American higher education and in non-profit world. He has built multiple organizations and initiatives to facilitate religious and spiritual life across America’s college campuses, sowing seeds of understanding between religions while upholding their cultural integrity and dignity. In July 2019, Antepli joined the Sanford School of Public Policy as associate professor of the practice, with a secondary appointment at the Divinity School as associate professor of the practice of interfaith relations.

From 1996-2003 he worked on a variety of faith-based humanitarian and relief projects in Myanmar (Burma) and Malaysia with the Association of Social and Economic Solidarity with Pacific Countries. From 2003 to 2005 he served as the first Muslim chaplain at Wesleyan University. He then moved to Hartford Seminary in Connecticut, where he was the associate director of the Islamic Chaplaincy Program & Interfaith Relations, as well as an adjunct faculty member.

He previously served as Duke  University’s first Muslim chaplain and director of Center for Muslim Life from July 2008 to 2014, and then as Duke’s chief representative for Muslim affairs from July 2014 to 2019. He was also the associate director of the Duke Islamic Studies Center from 2014 to 2015. Professor Antepli is also a senior fellow on Jewish-Muslim Relations at Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem, where he founded and co-directs the widely recognized Muslim Leadership Initiative. The NonProfit Times recognized Imam Antepli as one of their Power & Influence Top 50 leaders of 2019, calling him one of the most prominent Muslim leaders in higher education today. As a Muslim-American imam and one of the very few scholars bridging faith, ethics, and public policy, and as someone who was  born in Turkey and lived in three different countries, Antepli offers the academy an important element of intellectual, ethnic, religious and cultural diversity.

Shira Goodman

Senior Director, Government Relations, Advocacy, and Community Engagement, ADL

Shira Goodman is a member of the Anti-Defamation League’s Government Relations, Advocacy and Community Engagement (GRACE) Team. She serves as Senior Director of Advocacy, coordinating state and local advocacy across ADL’s 25 Regional offices, developing engagement opportunities for volunteers, and, since October 7, leading ADL’s work to combat antisemitism on campus. Prior to that, she served as the Regional Director of the Anti-Defamation League’s Philadelphia Region, which serves Eastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey and Delaware.

For seven years before joining the ADL, Shira served as the Executive Director of CeaseFirePA, a statewide organization working to end the epidemic of gun violence in Pennsylvania and across the country.  Prior to that, Shira worked as Deputy Director of Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts, a non-profit working for fair courts and equal access to justice, and as a labor lawyer at Ballard Spahr.

Shira is a graduate of the University of Michigan and Yale Law School.


Jonathan Greenblatt

National Director and CEO, ADL

Jonathan A. Greenblatt is the CEO of ADL (Anti-Defamation League) and its sixth National Director. As chief executive of ADL, Jonathan leads all aspects of the world’s leading anti-hate organization. He is an accomplished entrepreneur and innovative leader with deep experience in the private, public and nonprofit sectors.

Since becoming CEO in July 2015, Greenblatt has modernized ADL while refocusing it on the mission it has had since its founding in 1913: to fight the defamation of the Jewish people, and to secure justice and fair treatment to all.

Under Greenblatt, ADL has modernized its operations, innovated its approaches to counter antisemitism from all sides and enhanced its efforts to combat extremism in all forms. During his tenure ADL rebooted its Center on Extremism that analyzes and monitors extremists and hate groups; launched “Never Is Now” the largest annual convening in the world focused on antisemitism and hate; created the Center for Technology and Society in Silicon Valley to fight the rising tide of online hate and harassment; partnered with the Aspen Institute to launch the Civil Society Fellowship, an innovative program that builds cohorts of emerging leaders across a continuum of ideology and identity; developed the Sports Leadership Council to engage athletes, teams and leagues to confront bigotry and discrimination more effectively; and executed Stop Hate for Profit, the successful campaign that organized businesses, celebrities, nonprofits and policy makers to fight the rampant racism, antisemitism and extremism on Facebook.

In 2022, Greenblatt released It Could Happen Here, a book that sounds an alarm, warning that hate and systemic violence is gathering momentum in the United States – and that violence on a more catastrophic scale could be just around the corner.

Jonathan serves on numerous corporate and non-profit boards and has been recognized on multiple occasions for his leadership at ADL. He has been named by The NonProfit Times to its list of Top 50 Nonprofit Leaders from 2016-2022. Recode named Jonathan to its inaugural “Recode 100,” a list of the top 100 people in business and technology. He has been named among the Top 50 Most Influential Leaders in the global Jewish community by The Jerusalem Post and as one of the Top 50 Jews to follow on Twitter by the JTA.

Before ADL, Greenblatt served in the White House as Special Assistant to President Obama and Director of the Office of Social Innovation. He came to that role after a long career in business. In 2002, he co-founded Ethos Brands, the business that launched Ethos Water, a premium bottled water that helps children around the world access clean water. Ethos was acquired by Starbucks Coffee Company in 2005. Following the acquisition, Jonathan was named VP of Global Consumer Products at Starbucks and joined the board of the Starbucks Foundation.

In 2009, Jonathan founded All for Good (AFG), the largest database of volunteer opportunities on the Internet. Incubated at Google, AFG developed an innovative strategy to organize the world’s volunteer listings. AFG was acquired by Points of Light in 2011. Jonathan also served as CEO of GOOD Worldwide, a diversified media company and as an executive at, joining the company as a product manager and eventually heading up its consumer products division. REALTOR went public in 1999 (HOMS) and was acquired by News Corp in 2014.

Jonathan has served as an adjunct faculty member at the Anderson School of Management at UCLA and as a senior fellow at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is a Henry Crown Fellow of the Aspen Institute and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Jonathan graduated cum laude with a BA from Tufts University and earned his MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

Dara Horn

Award-winning author of People Love Dead Jews

Dara Horn is the award-winning author of six books, including the novels In the Image (Norton 2002), The World to Come (Norton 2006), All Other Nights (Norton 2009), A Guide for the Perplexed (Norton 2013), and Eternal Life (Norton 2018), and the essay collection People Love Dead Jews (Norton 2021). One of Granta magazine’s Best Young American Novelists, she is the recipient of two National Jewish Book Awards, the Edward Lewis Wallant Award, the Harold U. Ribalow Award, and the Reform Judaism Fiction Prize, and she was a finalist for the JW Wingate Prize, the Simpson Family Literary Prize, and the Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Fiction. Her books have been selected as New York Times Notable Books, Booklist’s Best 25 Books of the Decade, and San Francisco Chronicle’s Best Books of the Year, and have been translated into eleven languages. Her nonfiction work has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Atlantic, Smithsonian, and The Jewish Review of Books, among many other publications, and she is a regular columnist for Tablet. Horn received her doctorate in Yiddish and Hebrew literature from Harvard University. She has taught courses in these subjects at Sarah Lawrence College and Yeshiva University, and has held the Gerald Weinstock Visiting Professorship in Jewish Studies at Harvard. She has lectured for audiences in hundreds of venues throughout North America, Israel and Australia. She lives in New Jersey with her husband and four children.

Richard F. Moss

President, Moss Group

Richard F. Moss, President of Moss Group, was born and raised in Los Angeles. He received his Juris Doctor degree from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles in 1990. Prior to practicing law, Richard attended graduate school at the University of Chicago, where he received a Master’s degree in 1986. As an undergraduate at the University of California, Santa Cruz, Richard received a B.A., college honors and honors in his major.

In January, 1999, Richard left Rubin & Moss, LLP and joined Moss Group as a principal and Executive Vice-President. In 2001, Richard was promoted to President. As President of Moss Group, Richard oversees the firm’s day-to-day property management and leasing activities, sets its investment and financial strategies and acts as its general counsel.

Richard is involved in numerous community and charitable activities. He is Chairman of Val*Pac, the pre-eminent political action committee focused on business issues affecting the San Fernando Valley, and is an officer and board member of the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC) Foundation. Richard is also a member of the National Executive Commission of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL).

Formerly, Richard served as a Commissioner of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. As one of five Commissioners acting as the Board of Directors of the LADWP, Richard was responsible for setting policies and utility rates of the nation’s largest municipally-owned utility with annual revenues of approximately $5 Billion.

Marc Rowan

CEO, Apollo Global Management

Mr. Rowan is a Co-Founder and CEO of Apollo Global Management, Inc. He currently serves on the boards of directors of Apollo Global Management, Inc., Athene Holding Ltd. and Athora Holding Ltd. Currently, Mr. Rowan is Chair of the Board of Advisors of the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. In addition, he is involved in public policy and is an initial funder and contributor to the development of the Penn Wharton Budget Model, a nonpartisan research initiative which provides analysis of public policy’s fiscal impact. An active philanthropist and civically engaged, Mr. Rowan is Chair of the Board of UJA- Federation of New York, the world’s largest local philanthropy helping 4.5 million people annually while funding a network of nonprofits in New York, Israel, and 70 countries. He is also a founding member and Chair of Youth Renewal Fund and Vice Chair of Darca, Israel’s top educational network operating 47 schools with over 27,000 students throughout its most diverse and under-served communities. He is an Executive Committee member of the Civil Society Fellowship, a partnership of ADL and the Aspen Institute, designed to empower the next generation of community leaders and problem solvers. Mr. Rowan graduated summa cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business with a BS and an MBA in Finance.

Dan Senor

New York Times bestselling Author & Podcast Host

Dan Senor is the host of the popular podcast CALL ME BACK. He is also the co-author of the New York Times bestselling books THE GENIUS OF ISRAEL: The Surprising Resilience of a Divided Nation in a Turbulent World (2023) and START-UP NATION: The Story of Israel’s Economic Miracle (2009), which has been translated into more than 30 languages.

He was a senior advisor to former Speaker Paul Ryan’s campaign for vice president and foreign policy advisor to Senator Mitt Romney’s presidential campaigns. A former Defense Department official, Dan was based in Iraq and at U.S. Central Command in Qatar in 2003 and 2004 as chief spokesperson for the U.S.-led coalition. Mr. Senor has served as a senior advisor to U.S. Senator Mitt Romney and former U.S. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan in their campaigns for national office. During the presidential administration of George W. Bush, Mr. Senor was based in Baghdad for one year, where he served as chief spokesperson for the U.S.-led coalition in Iraq. Before that, he was a senior Defense Department official based at U.S. Central Command in Qatar. For his service in these roles, he was awarded the Pentagon’s highest civilian honor – the U.S. Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Public Service – by the Secretary of Defense. In the 1990s, Mr. Senor served in a number of staff positions in the U.S. Senate.

Dan Senor is the Chief Public Affairs Officer and a member of the Management Committee at Elliott Investment Management L.P. He joined Elliott in 2010, and has since developed and supervises the firm’s global communications team, global public policy team, and geopolitical risk functions.

He currently serves as a trustee of The Paul E. Singer Foundation, Start-Up Nation Central, and the Abraham Joshua Heschel School. Dan was educated at the University of Western Ontario, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Harvard Business School. He lives in New York City with his wife and two sons.

Avi Weinstein

Chief Operating Officer, Chabad on Campus International

Since joining Chabad on Campus International in 2010, Rabbi Avi Weinstein has been instrumental in COCI’s transformation into a world-class organization at the forefront of Jewish life on campus, supporting the sustainability and success of the 364 Chabad Houses serving 892 campuses and counting.

Prior to joining Chabad on Campus International, Avi directed the North American office of Mayanot Institute of Jewish Studies and the Taglit-Birthright Israel: Mayanot program for ten years. In that capacity, he transformed Mayanot into one of the largest and most prominent Birthright Israel providers.

Avi resides with his wife Naomi, an Interior Designer, and their children in Rockland County, New York.

Eden Weisberg

Special Educator, Advocate and Founding Member of Mothers Against College Antisemitism (MACA)

E. Rosie Weisberg is a Jewish and Special Educator and Advocate. She is a founding member of Mothers Against College Antisemitism and founder of Our Voices Rise. Her work in violence prevention in education, sexual assault crisis counseling, and foster care, has given her insight into a variety of voiceless populations. In pursuit of her passion to uplift diverse marginalized voices, Rosie has spent time volunteering and learning in Israel, Ukraine, Jamaica, and numerous urban and rural environments in the U.S. As a Jewish mother of three and Principal of a Jewish school, Rosie is immersed in supporting Jewish youth.



Kaylee Werner

Chair, Antisemitism Prevention Task Force, Indiana University

Kaylee Werner, 20, is a Junior at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana with plans to pursue a career that encompasses entrepreneurship and corporate innovation as well as environmental sustainability and political science. On campus, Kaylee is in a business fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi (DSP) and a social sorority, Kappa Alpha Theta (Theta). She is involved with Hillel and is using her background in activism to lead a task force to prevent and combat antisemitism on campus. She spent last summer working at a Shibolet law firm in Tel Aviv. Kaylee is also training to ride in the “Little 500” this spring on behalf of her sorority Theta.

Kaylee is from Pittsburgh, PA and came to college with broad experience in leadership, activism, and business. Kaylee was the Regional President of her Jewish youth group (BBYO) and started a non-profit at age 15 to combat gun violence. As a former member of Tree of Life synagogue, gun violence and antisemitism hit Kaylee’s community directly in 2018 with the deadliest attack on Jews in US history. She has led campaigns for TOMS and CeasefirePA, been featured in a UN documentary and has spoken all over the country to audiences as large as 5,000 people about gun violence prevention and antisemitism prevention. Kaylee loves camping, water skiing, snow skiing, hiking, biking, rowing, expressive socks, hanging out with friends and family and has an unwavering fascination with parliamentary procedure.


Rabbi David Wolpe

Inaugural Rabbinic Fellow, ADL

As ADL’s Inaugural Rabbinic Fellow, Rabbi David Wolpe serves as a thought leader within the organization, advising on interfaith and intergroup affairs, and sharing his thoughts and reflections with the community at large.

Rabbi David Wolpe is the Max Webb Emeritus Rabbi of Sinai Temple in Los Angeles. Author of eight books, including the national bestseller “Making Loss Matter: Creating Meaning in Difficult Times,” Wolpe has been named the most influential Rabbi in America by Newsweek and twice named among the 50 most influential Angelinos by LA Magazine. He is the Senior Advisor at Maimonides Fund. He has taught at a number of universities, including UCLA, Hunter College, Pepperdine and the Jewish Theological Seminary and written for The NY Times, Washington Post, The Atlantic, The Jerusalem Post among other newspapers and journals. Wolpe has also recently accepted a position as visiting scholar at Harvard Divinity School.

Nuseir Yassin

CEO, Nas Company

Nuseir, recipient of the Daniel Pearl Award, rose to fame by doing the crazy task of making 1,000 videos in 1,000 days. Now, he is focused on building Nas Company – the community company. They make video content, craft incredible experiences, and build powerful technology tools for community builders. By reaching over 300 million people every month, he has transformed the way people connect both online and offline.