Five Can’t-Miss Opportunities to Build Your Professional Network


Take your professional development to the next level. Grow your business, turn your care for others into action or connect with the brightest minds in your industry. You can do it all by networking with The Associated. Whatever you do for a living, there is a seat at the table waiting for you. Together, we will build a better Jewish Baltimore. Visit our Professionals page to learn more!

The Associated’s New Lawyers’ Division – The Cardozo Society

Connect with an active group of Jewish attorneys, judges, law students and other legal professionals in the Baltimore area. Our events, open to all legal professionals, provide opportunities to strengthen professional relationships and create a sense of community. Legal professionals who contribute $1,000 or more to The Associated are recognized as members for the Cardozo Society. Contact Alexis Miller ammiller@associated.org to receive our quarterly lawyers’ newsletter.

The Maimonides Society Spring Brunch – The Future of Medicine

Sunday, March 29, 10:30 a.m. at Chizuk Amuno Congregation

Dr. Paul Rothman, Dean/CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine, will discuss the future of medicine, including artificial intelligence, precision medicine and how to address physician burnout. The Associated’s Maimonides Society hosts industry-related programs, through a Jewish lens, that are open to all healthcare professionals. Maimonides Society members stand among a national group of leading donors in healthcare who contribute $1,000 or more to The Associated.

Real Estate Industry Group (REIG) Annual Event

Wednesday, May 6, 5:30 p.m. at The Baltimore Museum of Industry

REIG convenes real estate professionals through a robust series of events. Save the date for the networking event of 2020! REIG will be taking over the BMI for a centennial-themed annual event focusing on Baltimore’s real estate transformation over the past 100 years.

Jewish Professional Women (JPW) LeadHERship Event

Thursday, May 7, 8:00 a.m.

From entrepreneurs to executives, industry leaders to up-and-comers, The Associated’s Jewish Professional Women (JPW) provides career-minded women a platform for professional connections, personal growth and community engagement. Join JPW this spring for their annual LeaHERship event, featuring Melissa Hyatt, Baltimore County’s first female police chief.

The Planned Giving Round Table (PGRT)

PGRT brings together professionals from a variety of disciplines who may be involved in some aspect of a planned gift to charity. Participants can network, enhance their technical skills and hear from nationally-recognized planned giving and financial experts. Join PGRT on Tuesday, February 11 or at their final capstone program on Wednesday, June 3. Both events start at 8:00 a.m. at The Suburban Club.

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