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Community Shabbat Dinner w Guest Speaker

Community Shabbat Dinner w Guest Speaker

Friday, December 16, 2016


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Community Shabbat Dinner

With Guest Speaker, Sam Block, MSCI Inc.

Friday, December 16, 6:30pm

Topic: Responsible Investing: are all investments kosher?

At the Chabad House of Downtown, 407 S. High St. Baltimore, MD 21202

$18 Per Person

RSVP by Wed., Dec. 14:


Sam Block leads MSCI’s Environmental Social & Governance Ratings of the global Materials Sector and is a senior contributor to its methodology development. He has authored several investment advisory reports on ESG topics such as social license to operate, health and safety, labor and technology and most recently on income inequality. He has a BS in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Ohio State University and an MS in Environmental Management and Planning from the Whiting Engineering School at Johns Hopkins University.

Host Committee: Dave & Brenda Bernstein, Alex & Emma Blass, Jim & Susan Corwin, Harold, Jackie & Elton Juter, Darren & Carrie Margolis

A project of Chabad of Downtown supported with a grant from The Charles Crane Family Foundation 

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