27 2015

7PM AIPAC presents: Students on the Frontline

7:00PM - 10:00PM  

Jacksonville Jewish Center 3662 Crown Point Rd
Jacksonville, FL

Contact Nina Uribe

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee cordially invites you to a special parent & student briefing

Students on the Frontline: Supporting the U.S.-Israel Relationship On and Beyond the College Campus

with Adam Teitelbaum, AIPAC’s Deputy Leadership Development Director

  • Monday, April 27, 2015
  • 7:00 p.m.
  • Jacksonville Jewish Center (3662 Crown Point Road, Jacksonville, FL 32257)

Kindly RSVP by April 24th by contacting Nina Uribe at 954.382.6110 or nuribe@aipac.org.

This event is off the record and closed to the press.


Host Committee

  • Caroline Lee
  • Michael Levin
  • Sue Levine
  • Andrea Mail
  • Faye Mizrahi
  • Alyse Nathans
  • Sue Nussbaum
  • Donna Orender
  • Ellen Rosner
  • Perrin Rubin
  • Wendy Sapolsky
  • Debby Schiller
  • Setzer Youth Education
  • Rabbi Howard Tilman


About Adam Teitelbaum

Adam Teitelbaum currently serves as AIPAC’s Deputy Leadership Development Director, overseeing the day-to-day management of AIPAC’s entire student program. As such, he is responsible for maintaining institutional partnerships with universities and colleges across the country. 

Adam began his involvement with AIPAC in 2004 while still in high school and attended AIPAC’s first-ever Schusterman Advocacy Institute High. Adam joined the AIPAC staff after serving as the Howard M. Lorber Director of Jewish and Philanthropy Programming at the Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity. One of Adam’s achievements at AEPi was the development and implementation of the fraternity’s award winning Civic Leadership. 

Working with students is Adam’s great passion. Throughout his career he has visited more than 100 campuses in 30 states and has mentored literally thousands of young people involved in pro-Israel public affairs.