In honor of Hanukkah ending tomorrow, AEI Speakers Bureau would like to take a moment and recognize some of the Jewish American Speakers at our Bureau.
Pearl Abraham is an author of four novels and also an editor. Abraham’s novels and speeches focus on Judaism and the ways in which Kabbalah and Judaism are depicted in literature. Having been born in Jerusalem, English is her third language. She attended NYU and still lives in Manhattan. For more information on this speaker, visit her bio page on the AEI website.
Stephen Nasser is a Holocaust survivor and was taken by Nazis when he was only thirteen years old. During his horrific stay in Auschwitz, he kept a personal diary which was later published in 2003 by Stephens Press under the name, “My Brother’s Voice.” He now speaks to audiences about hope, freedom, family and survival. For more information on this incredible individual, visit his speaker bio page on the AEI website.
Susan Stamberg is a nationally renowned broadcast journalist and a Special Correspondent for National Public Radio. As the first woman to anchor a national nightly news program, Stamberg has won every major award in broadcasting and has been inducted into both the Broadcasting Hall of Fame as well as the Radio Hall of Fame. For more information on this speaker, visit her bio page on the AEI website.
Bob Alper is an ordained rabbi with a doctorate from Princeton Theological Seminary who has served congregations for over fifteen years. As a “rabbi-comedian,” Alper mixes his spiritual message with his trademark sense of humor. He performs all across North America and England, at corporate events, theaters, non-profits, conventions, private parties, churches, and synagogues. For more information on this speaker, visit his bio page on the AEI website.