Entries by Nicole Margaretten

Thank you for Joining Us! An Evening at The Tuck Room

Monday was amazing! Thank you so much for joining us, and helping us kick-off 2018 with a bang! The Tuck Room exceeded our expectations, and we’re so grateful to everyone who shared that space with us. Special thanks to the evening’s sponsors: The Tuck Room and iPic Theaters

Never Again – It’s Time We Meant It

January 27th is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, marking the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau from the Nazis 73 years ago. And this year’s theme is “The power of words.” So, isn’t it time to ask: How powerful would it be, if we really meant the words, “Never Again”? View our resource to see how the horrors of […]

A Pastor, a Rabbi and an Imam will walk into a Museum…

A Pastor, a Rabbi, and an Imam will walk into a Museum…Tomorrow night! Visit the Museum of the City of New York tomorrow night for Faith in the 5 Boroughs. Reporter Sarah Maslin Nir sits down with three religious leaders — Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum of Congregation Beit Simchat Torah, the world’s largest LGBT synagogue, Pastor […]

The “Holiday Tree”

In a recent speech, President Trump announced: “we’re saying merry Christmas again.” This statement started the yearly conversation about what Tanenbaum calls the “December Dilemma.” Every year, we get questions from clients about different aspects of December Dilemma (the period roughly between Thanksgiving and New Year’s), including decorations, parties, gift exchanges, and greetings. As companies […]

A Holistic Approach to Peacemaking

A guest post by Tanenbaum Peacemaker Yehezkel Landau, D. Min. Politicians and diplomats who try to resolve armed conflicts usually focus their efforts on achieving a pragmatic exchange of benefits between the warring parties. They aim for a compromise on the tangible issues in dispute, whether territory or resources or political power. Such a straightforward approach […]