Sedgwick San Francisco Hosts JCF Panel
On June 20, 2012, Sedgwick San Francisco hosted the Jewish Community Federation & Endowment Fund’s (JCF) panel presentation titled; “The Thriving Sustainable Foods Industry.” Nearly 75 guests enjoyed a networking reception, featuring organic ice cream provided by panelist Neal Gottlieb of Three Twins Ice Cream, followed by a panel discussion on trending topics in the sustainable foods industry. The panel was provided by the Business Leadership Council (BLC); panelists included: Moderator Mike Dovbish, Executive Director, Nutrition Capital Network; Joey Altman, Chef Spokesperson, Diageo Chateau & Estates; Neal Gottlieb, Founder, Three Twins Ice Cream; Adrian Hoffman, Vice President and Culinary Director, Lark Creek Restaurant Group; and Danny Ronen, Senior Educator and Director, Sustainable Programs, Liquid Kitchen, and Founder of DC Spirits.
Founded more than 100 years ago, the JCF is a philanthropic catalyst, transforming Jewish values into action, and mobilizing the community to ensure their collective well-being and future. The organization focuses on fundraising, leveraging community expertise and developing leaders. Sedgwick San Francisco partner Steve Wasserman is a member of JCF.