The Chasidic Superwoman of Night Court
From the venue:
New York City Criminal Court Judge
The First Chasidic Jewish Woman to Hold Public Office in the U.S.
She has been named one of the 50 most influential Jewish women in the world. She personifies strong leadership without compromising her Jewish values. Meet the Honorable Judge Rachel (Ruchie) Freier, the first Chasidic Jewish woman to hold public office in United States history.
Rachel Freier is a celebrated New York City Criminal Court judge and one of the founders of Ezras Nashim, an all-female Jewish volunteer E.M.T. ambulance service in Brooklyn that has challenged her community’s conception of the role women can play in public and professional life. She has been the subject of numerous features in The New York Times and was featured in the acclaimed documentary 93Queen. She is a sought-after speaker, and we are privileged to host her.
Do not miss this unique opportunity!
Tuesday, October 19 | 8:00 pm
Event Fee: $10
Sponsorship Opportunities Available
Please note that this is an online event. Exclusive access will be given upon registration.