Author, Marcella Rosen, to speak at GHC on Sunday January 12

Published: Thursday, December 26, 2013 By: Johnna Freud

Marcella Rosen will speak about her book, Tiny Dynamo, How One of the Smallest Countries is Producing Some of our Most Important Inventions at the Greenburgh Hebrew Center in Dobbs Ferry on Sunday January 12 at 10:00 am.  This program, sponsored by Sisterhood GHC and Menís Club, is open to all free of charge. Refreshments will be served and books will be available for sale and signing, cash or check only. Reservations are strongly suggested and can be made online at
Marcella Rosen wrote Tiny Dynamo to further the mission of Untold News, the nonprofit she founded in 2010 to raise awareness of the innovative and life-altering work happening in Israel; humanitarian acts and inventions that are changing the world for the better. A challenger of the status quo, in 2002 she established the Campus Tolerance Foundation to create awareness of the bias present on college campuses. She was in 1992 the Founder and Chair of The Deciding Vote, an ad hoc group which got $3 million in free air time as it campaigned to get more women to vote. In her professional advertising life she was Director of Media Worldwide and Executive Vice President of NW Ayer Inc., then one of the world's biggest ad agencies.
With over 180 members, Sisterhood presents Brunches, Mah Jongg games and other activities, with a special emphasis on the Women of GHC. It is a participating member of Womenís League for Conservative Judaism. Sisterhood GHC, provides support to the entire Greenburgh Hebrew Center family and other worthy causes. The Men's Club aims to have fun, while developing and deepening friendships, learning through fun filled activities, and supporting  Greenburgh Hebrew Center. The Greenburgh Hebrew Center is a Conservative egalitarian congregation with over 300 member families, serving the Rivertowns, Scarsdale, Hartsdale, White Plains, New Rochelle and Yonkers. It is located at 515 Broadway in Dobbs Ferry.

For more information and to reserve, visit, call the Greenburgh Hebrew Center at (914) 693-4260 or email or