Daniel Goodman, Chicago, Illinois
Daniel Goodman of Chicago comes from a deeply philanthropic family recognized for its longstanding, intergenerational commitment to Israel and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Daniel serves on the Board of Directors of the Ari and Ida Crown Memorial and the Crown Family Philanthropies, where he participates in the Jewish and Global Health Committees. A frequent visitor to Israel and dedicated to the well-being of the Jewish community, Daniel has developed his abilities and knowledge of philanthropy through leadership initiatives such as Gesher and the Chicago Jewish Federation’s leadership training program. He completed the Jewish Non-Profit Board Member Institute at Northwestern University and is graduate of the Wexner Heritage Program. At the Zeta Beta Testing Tau Foundation, a 501 c3 foundation that raises money for priorities such as scholarships, Daniel fulfills varied leadership roles.
In Daniel’s words: “I hope to gain a deeper understanding of the Hebrew University and leadership from AFHU LEAD, and to find a path that will allow me to become involved in the great work AFHU is doing in support of the university. I have been blessed with amazing role models in my great grandparents, my grandparents and my parents. They have shown me that one of the most important things in this world is to help others.”