RSJ Survey


You are invited to participate in a study of the Boston-area Russian-speaking Jewish community. The study is being conducted by graduate students in the Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program at Brandeis University, a training program for future Jewish community leaders. As part of their capstone graduation Team Consulting Project (TCP), their team of six MBA students is consulting for Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP) in order to develop recommendations for engagement of the Russian-speaking Jewish community in the Boston area.

As part of our organization, we encourage you to take part in this survey. This group of students hopes to create a strong plan in order to help the RSJ community feel heard by the Greater Boston Jewish community. By participating, you will help them understand what it is you want and need.

They need your help to complete this survey by April 18, 2019. The survey should not take more than 15 minutes to complete.

Complete Survey

The survey includes some questions to get to know you and understand your perceptions and participation in Russian-Speaking/Jewish community.

The survey itself is anonymous — participants will not be asked any identifiable personal data. They will not be released to Combined Jewish Philanthropies or any other agencies in your local community.

At the end of the survey, please share the link with your friends and family! We ask that each person only take this survey once.

If you have questions or would like to discuss the survey or the project, please contact the students at

Thank you in advance for your participation.

Best regards,


Leslie Black

Dual MA in Jewish Professional Leadership
and MBA in Non-Profit Management Candidate ’19
Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program
The Heller School For Social Policy & Management at Brandeis University

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