Over 50 accomplished, exciting and diverse presenters, giving over 70 sessions, will be part of Limmud FSU Canada 2020.
The True Story of a Chernobyl Liquidator
Lev Malakhov was born in Kuzbass, West Siberia. Upon graduation from the Kiev Aviation Institute, Lev worked in Africa. After receiving his doctor degree in aviation mechanics worked as a professor, lecturing on ecology and environmental control at the Kiev Aviation Institute. From 1986 to 1987 Lev with a group of colleagues developed a water treatment device that was used to deactivate and purify radioactive water. He will share his firsthand account of the events.
Former Israeli Bobsledder and current day, entrepreneur
Personal stylist and fashion entrepreneur
Founder and CEO
3 Keys to Your Child’s Long-term success
Technology has disrupted how we live and work, but it has also disrupted the skills young people need to succeed. In this presentation you’ll discover the 3 biggest predictors of long-term success and learn how to help your child develop strength in these areas. At the same time, you’ll learn strategies that will help you as a professional and as a parent.
You’ll leave the presentation with tools to help your child manage stress and anxiety, build a resilient mindset, and develop clarity around what it takes to thrive in today’s fast changing world.
The 3 Gifts of Your Jewish Experience and how to claim them!
The most successful people on the planet share a common journey that is remarkably similar to the Jewish journey and experience. In this presentation you will discover what this journey is, and learn how to leverage your Jewish experience towards greater professional success, personal fulfilment, and wellbeing.
The presentation combines ancient Jewish wisdom with cutting edge science in the realm of peak performance, habit formation, mindset, emotional intelligence and stress management, to help participants unlock the three biggest predictors of success.
Israeli politician, journalist
PhD, Author, Producer and TV Host at ECG Production (Canada)
In the early 1970’s, records of songs prohibited in the USSR started to emerge in the West and in Israel. Some of these songs were of a clearly political character, calling on the Soviet government to let the Jewish people go. The others, were purely religious, however secretively recorded in the USSR, because of the state’s hostile attitude towards religion. Satirical opuses of Soviet singers-songwriters, often times translated to Hebrew or Yiddish, could also be found on those records.
Each and every of those records had its own story. Sometimes, these stories amounted to a real drama. Other times, they were rather comical or just a commercial project.
All this and more, will be discussed during the presentation.
Film director, producer
The Jewish Agency for Israel's Regional Director to Canada
The workshop explores the history, culture and social norms of Israel, as they have evolved throughout the years, and are so clearly exemplified by the local music. .
Photography Workshop .
Founder and Director of Fuckup Nights
A passionate community builder, Marsha loves bringing people together to have genuine conversations about all sides of entrepreneurship, failure and mental health. She believes that vulnerability makes us stronger, not weaker. Before getting into community building, Marsha held various Marketing and PR roles. She’s lived in Tel Aviv, where she worked at Veed.me (acquired by Fiverr). As a proud Schulich School of Business alumni, Marsha volunteers with Schulich Startups working on strategy and social to help showcase and propel all things entrepreneurship at Schulich.
Marsha will share the work she’s doing with Fuckup Nights to change the conversation around failure. She will share some common failure themes and lessons from their past talks and the research they’ve been doing about failure around the world. .
Professor at the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
Two sessions: How Jews became Russians This session will explore the history of Jewish cultural assimilation and social integration in Russia before 1917. The Jews of the European Imagination. This session will explore the historical genesis and evolution of the ideas about Jews in Christian and post-Christian Europe. .
Over the past several years she has been working on three feature length films covering very different themes, stories and characters. As the other two films are still in progress, Shtetlers is her first completed feature length documentary..
Dr. David S. Weiss
President and CEO of Weiss International Ltd
Leading through Complexity: The New Core Capability The digital age created a major shift in leadership requirements, and many people are now struggling with accurately capturing qualities of what is required of the modern-day and future leaders. In this session, Dr. David Weiss will discuss the new core capability for leaders to be able to lead through complexity by drawing out the innovative capacities of their employees and teams. He will then describe the core intelligences required to lead through complexity effectively. .
Dr. Nora Gold
Author of three books of fiction
In this session, Dr. Gold will discuss the Israeli dimension in her work, illustrating her points by reading short excerpts from her books. .
Israeli historian and Nazi hunter
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