WJC – Antisemitism, Democracy, and the Fight for an Inclusive America


February 3, 2024    
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm


Westchester Jewish Center
Palmer and Rockland Avenues, Mamaroneck, NY, 10543

Event Type

As part of our Scholar-in-Residence Weekend, Westchester Jewish Center invites the broader-Westchester Jewish community to join us in a lecture and dessert reception with this year’s scholar, Amy Spitalnick, CEO, Jewish Council for Public Affairs. The evening, which begins at 8:00pm on Saturday, February 3, includes the lecture “Antisemitism, Democracy, and the Fight for an Inclusive America.”
$18/person. Open to the Public

About Amy Spitalnick

Amy Spitalnick is the CEO of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, the national convener of Jewish coalitions working across communities to build a just and inclusive American democracy.

She previously served as Executive Director of Integrity First for America, which won its groundbreaking lawsuit against the neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and hate groups responsible for the Charlottesville violence. Under Amy’s leadership, IFA became a powerful national voice in the fight against white supremacy, antisemitism, and extremism—and its Charlottesville case has emerged as a model for accountability.

Amy also serves as a Senior Advisor on Extremism to Human Rights First, and on the Advisory Board of the Polarization and Extremism Research and Innovation Lab (PERIL) at American University. She has extensive experience in government, politics, and advocacy, including as Communications Director and Senior Policy Advisor to the New York Attorney General and spokesperson and advisor to the New York City Mayor.

Amy has been named a Women in Power Fellow at the 92nd Street Y, a Truman National Security Project Fellow, a City & State 40 Under 40 Rising Star, and a NY Jewish Week 36 Under 36 Changemaker. She graduated from Tufts University.