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Welcome New Members!
  
August 2015

Mike Kairo
 
July 2015
 
Kane Phelps
Lori Agovino
Meny Atias
Or Pikary
Mojgan Charime
Elena Shabash
Wendy Moore
Liad messinger
Allan Ephraim
Ron Rotenberg
Lori Litel
Elizabeth Cantz
Mike Kairo


 
Welcome to JNET
 
JNET is the premier Professional Networking Organization within the Jewish community. As a member-based organization, JNET is committed to serving the needs of its increasing membership and to facilitating the growth of business relationships in our community.
 
Members include a diverse cross-section of individual business people and owners, professionals, corporate executives and tradespeople from private and public organizations. We invite you to attend our meetings.
 
There is no cost for first-time guests and no reservation is required.  Just show up!  This is your opportunity to join local Jewish businesspeople and help give your business, and theirs, a BIG boost!
 
You will have the opportunity for schmoozing, introductions, “JNET Connect“ meetings and more.
 
We mean business!

Sincerely,

Jackie Mendelson
Chairperson of the Board 

Membership dues are $85 per year.
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JNET
5739 Kanan Rd., PMB #273
Agoura Hills, CA 91301 

  
   

A Sacred Oath for JNET Members

 

By Jackie Mendelson

Chairperson, JNET National Board of Directors

 

At a Bel Air chapter meeting, I was privileged to hear Rabbi David Woznica of Stephen Wise Temple speak about the influence of Jewish core values on our professional lives. I will paraphrase his message: “The rabbis of our Talmud tell us that when we stand before God in heaven for judgment of our lives, the very first question we will be asked is ‘Did you conduct your business honestly?’ This question is about more than business, it is about the value of integrity. If someone can be honest in business, they can be honest in friendship, in love, in all they do. If they have integrity, it passes to all they touch. If we are faithful with our fellow human beings, we can be faithful to God.”

 

There is no judge or jury in JNET to determine who among us conducts himself with integrity. It is blind faith that every member of JNET ascribes to the basic tenets of fairness, honesty, and respect for self and others. We are an inclusive organization and welcome Jewish business professionals without vetting individuals to determine character or reputation. Nor do we monitor how business is conducted amongst our members. We provide a positive environment for members to cultivate relationships in hopes of referring business and increasing business.

 

JNET’s great success is determined by the satisfaction of our members and the business experiences we have with each other. Sometimes we, as members, deliver impeccably and sometimes we fall short. We are, after all, humans and fallible. We must consider conducting ourselves with honesty and credibility a sacred oath to each other.

 

Should there ever be a time when any of these values come into question while doing business with a JNET member, please go to that individual directly for resolution. Please take the time to express your expectations and concerns and hear what is being said in response. If you are not satisfied, please determine what your recourse is and take action on your behalf outside of the JNET arena.

 

Talking disparagingly about any person or business to another JNET member or attempting to bring JNET into any conflict goes against the JNET culture. Our time is better spent investing in our success and the success of others.