Although the website has not seen updates we are very hard work. Look forward to the first GDI Coffee House in early November. In the mean time if you are interested in getting involved drop me an e-mail, at Reuben.Ingber@gmail.com.
The first of several editorials by GDI, has been published. The article concerns using diplomacy and other action to deal with Iran. Clich here to read the article.
Over the summer Reuben (Founder) will work with different members of pro-Israel community to begin planning for the fall.
This fall as GDI begins to establish itself we will create a set of initiatives. GDI will begin to build bridges with campus leaders and influentials, as we do that our message that we believe in protecting the state of Israel through a fostering a strong U.S.-Israel Relationship will spread through out the campus.
In the fall GDI members will begin to submit a series of editorials to the Albany Student Press for publication.
See you in the Fall, and have an excellent summer!
This summer GDI is proud to send two of its members to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), Saban Training. On July 22, Joshua Sussman and Jen Sovronsky will travel to Washington, DC for 4 days of intense advocacy training.
The Saban conference is AIPAC’s premier student political leadership training seminar, presented through its Schusterman Advocacy Institute, is held twice each year in Washington, D.C. More than three hundred of AIPAC’s top student activists from over 100 campuses participate in three days of intense grassroots political and advocacy training. During this seminar, students meet with top Washington policy makers, elected officials, and Middle East experts.
WELCOME TO THE FUTURE HOME OF THE GREAT DANES FOR ISRAEL