SAJAC Reporter 2021

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SAJAC Reporter 2021

Ann Lapedus Brest 1967 Yeoville JHB So Africa

Ann Lapedus Brest ‘s Memories of Johannesburg South Africa.

Ann Lapedus emigrated to South Africa as a small child in the 1960’s from Ireland. This is her personal recollection of the time and events and people she remembers.

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SAJAC Reporter 2020

SAJAC REPORTER 2020

Our Reporter is published here exactly as printed. 
Please note:
– SAJAC does not censure articles submitted and subsequently published
– All articles published in this magazine are written by independent authors and do not necessarily represent the                    opinions of SAJAC, its Board or volunteers.
– If you find any content is disagreeable please feel free to skip it.
 
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Genetics Symposium Oct 15

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Yiddish Culture

Yiddish Arts and Academics Association of North America

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@YiddishCulture Nonprofit Organization
Gib a shnuf tsu dayn guf
– Our Sunday Yiddish yoga class with English translation comes back!
RSVP to info@yaaana.com 🙂

 

SAJAC Genetic Symposium 2020

SAJAC Genetics Symposium Recording – Oct 15th, 2020.

 

SAJAC Genetics Symposium

Are you at risk of getting Ashkenazi Genetic Diseases?
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Dr Karim Kader MD
Dr Franklin Gaylis MD

 

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Lee Gordon Resume

BUSINESS ANALYST CAR RESTORER PROJECT MANAGER

Johannesburg, Gauteng 2192
leerongordon@gmail.com
+27746119957 

I am a pragmatic and goal-driven individual and I welcome challenges as an opportunity to learn dynamically. I am privileged to have received a tertiary education in Business Studies & IT Management which has enabled me to think critically and find solutions that not only fix problems, but also focus on sustainability. I am goal- driven, hard working and I value integrity as integral to all I do. I am a third-generation car fanatic & I am a problem solver and enjoy analyzing any situation and finding the best possible solution. I have also become proficient with hardware and physically have built Computers and Networks. I can diagnose and troubleshoot most issues. My degree has assisted me in learning and doing Object oriented programming and SQL which are skills I have incorporated into my personal business. 

Willing to relocate to: United States of America 
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Work Experience 

Owner
Custom Car Care Johannesburg, Gauteng
August 2013 to Present 

In 2014 I realized a lifelong dream by opening my own business . The business offers a variety of services such as vehicle repairs, servicing, diagnostics, engine rebuilds, body work, project car builds, etc. The client base encompasses private individuals, companies, schools & contracting on behalf of other providers. As owner I manage client interactions, quote, assign workload, complete mechanical work and manage my team of workers and service providers as needed. My skills from my degree have been applied into all aspects of business management and client interactions which has led me to become successful in the field. 

Systems Implementer
Sybrin Systems Johannesburg, Gauteng
January 2013 to August 2013 

I started out working on a big project for major bank in South Africa ,initially I was shown the ropes in how to manage a virtual server. We used a live and test system which was based in India .I was responsible for management of FICA system at a Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC). Eventually i was needed to be on the clients site alone . I formed part of the team that ensured that this bank based system was functional to ensure the running of the client’s daily operations & to continually maintain this system . I was also tasked with communicating the issues on the test system with the programmers and on some issues i would be able to resolve them myself . I was part of the link between the Business itself and the IT part of the system. I gained valuable experience in client liaison and database administration. 
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Education 

Bachelor’s in Information Technology Management
University of Johannesburg – Johannesburg, Gauteng
January 2012 to December 2015 

High School (matric)
King David Linksfield – Johannesburg, Gauteng
January 2004 to December 2008 

Yeshiva College – Johannesburg, Gauteng
January 1998 to December 2003 

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Skills 

Vehicle Mechanics (5 years), Automotive Servicing (5 years), Vehicle Diagnostics (5 years), Automotive Restoration (8 years), Electrical Diagnostics & Repairs (5 years), Bodywork (5 years), Vehicle Purchasing (5 years), Business Management (5 years), IT Management (1 year), Budget Projection (5 years), Project Management (5 years), Business Analysis (1 year), Vehicle Suspension (5 years), Excel (3 years), SQL (3 years), MS Office (8 years), SQL (3 years), Visual Basic (2 years), Java (3 years) 

Additional Information 

I have been involved in a community program in training educators on how to use a computer systems where they would teach these skills to learners. I have also completed computer competency courses on the Microsoft service Suite. I am Familiar with the SDLC and ITIL Frameworks . I have enjoyed building networks and now possess detailed hardware and software knowledge as well.

JNF Brunch 03.22.2020

 
Dear SAJAC members,
 
Jewish National Fund’s San Diego Love Of Israel Brunch will be held on Sunday, March 22, 2020 and is JNF’s largest community and fundraising event of the year. We are expecting over 600 people to attend what will be a fun and informative morning! We can’t do it without YOU and would like to invite you to serve as a Table Captain and join our Brunch Host Committee.
 
By serving on our Brunch Host Committee, we kindly ask that you agree to the following:
 
1.     Attend the 2020 Jewish National Fund San Diego Love of Israel Brunch which will begin promptly at 10:30 AM (As a table captain, you will be invited to the VIP reception at 9:30 AM.  Details to follow).
 
2.    Fill a minimum of one table (10 seats) with guests who you believe will be interested in making a meaningful gift to JNF. 
 
There are two ways to secure a table:
Organize a table of 10 where each guest purchases their individual ticket at $36
– or –
Sponsor a table at $360 ($36 x 10 seats) and invite your guests at no cost to them. 
 
3.     Since your name lends such integrity, we will include it on all event promotional materials, including the invitation, event website, social media and program.
 
To confirm your participation, please contact San Diego Assistant, Eliana Amundson at (858) 824-9178 x958 or email eamundson@jnf.org.
 
Thank you in advance for your leadership and dedication to Jewish National Fund. We look forward to working with you to make this event a tremendous success!
 
In friendship and with gratitude,
 
Leslie Caspi                                                                                         Elaine Chortek & Susan Chortek Weisman
Table Captain Recruitment Chair,                                              Co-Chairs,
2020 San Diego Love of Israel Brunch                                      2020 San Diego Love of Israel Brunch