In our fall lecture series, we're reflecting on the many ways we create and foster "home," from our houses to our synagogue to our communities. As a congregation in NYC, we'll explore the concept of our city as our home. After a turbulent year, what does it mean to rebuild New York and strengthen not just our economy and vital businesses, but our social fabric? Our discussion will focus on ways we can weave a more inclusive, accessible, and just city emerging from the pandemic.
Daniel Doctoroff is Chairman and CEO of Sidewalk Labs, an urban innovation company that tackles cities' greatest challenges to help build more sustainable, innovative, and equitable places around the world. He was Deputy Mayor of Economic Development under Mayor Bloomberg and helped rebuild and revitalize NYC in the wake of 9/11. He is the author of Greater than Ever: New York's Big Comeback.