BUILDER $18,000: Includes 12 gala tickets, 10 Faculty Ticket Sponsorships, E-Journal Ad
SUSTAINER $10,000: Includes 10 gala tickets, 5 Faculty Ticket Sponsorship, E-Journal Ad
PATRON $5,000: Includes 8 gala tickets, E-Journal Ad
SPONSOR $2,500: Includes 6 gala tickets and E-Journal Ad
PARTNER $1,800: Includes 4 gala tickets and E-Journal Ad
SUPPORTER $1,000: Includes 2 gala tickets and E-Journal Ad
FRIEND $360: Includes 1 gala ticket and a mazal tov listing in E-Journal
MAZAL TOV LISTING $180: Includes mazal tov listing of name or business in E-Journal (no tickets included)
INDIVIDUAL GALA TICKET $250
ALUMNI GALA TICKET $50
All registration and payment is online.
If you would like to register by phone or pay by check, please contact Laura via email (Laura@beitrabban.org) for more details.
Honoring a marvelous trio ...
Stacey Karp and Michelle Ender
and Chief Operating Officer
all of whom have been deeply instrumental in leading us to a new and permanent home.
Stacey Karp is the proud mother of Beit Rabban 5th grader Gabrielle, who is in her 8th year at Beit Rabban. Brought up in New Jersey, Stacey has lived on the Upper Westside for the last 25 years. Stacey and Gabrielle are long time members of DarkheiNoam.
Stacey was most recently employed by Summit Private Investments as a project manager. Prior to that, she was Director of Strategic Initiatives at Schick Technologies, and Vice President of Operations at Bonkers Bagels in Jerusalem. Stacey received her BA from the University of Pennsylvania, a BSEcon from Wharton, and an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management. She also attended Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies while living in Jerusalem.
Stacey enjoys all kinds of crafts including knitting, resin and weaving. For the last several years she has shared these skills with the Beit Rabban students to create auction projects for the annual dinner. She is also an avid bicycle rider and gardener, and is raising an energetic puppy, Coco. The family considers Long Beach Island a home away from home where they spend time with the extended Karp family aunts, uncles and cousins.
Stacey is the proud daughter of Rochelle Karp, a retired American history educator, and Ron Karp, an investment manager. Ron has worked hard to raise both his daughter and granddaughter as avid Mets fans.
Michelle Ender is the proud parent of 2 Beit Rabban alumni, Isabel and Jonah, and Zak, a current Beit Rabban 4th grader. She is married to Aaron Blumenthal and they live on the Upper West Side. The family belongs to B'nai Jeshurun and spend summers in Lake Naomi, Pennsylvania.
A NYC native, Michelle grew up in Brooklyn, NY where she attended the Yeshivah of Flatbush. She earned her BA at the University of Pennsylvania and her JD at New York University School of Law.
Michelle works as General Counsel of Engineers Gate, a quantitative hedge fund where she has worked since 2015. Previously, she served as legal counsel for Morgan Stanley's sales and trading desks for over 9 years.
In her free time, Michelle enjoys spending time outside, running, kayaking, snowboarding and traveling. She spends her weekends watching her kids play soccer and coaching girls' soccer for West Side Soccer League. As her children can attest, she cannot cook but can recommend many excellent UWS restaurants.
Michelle is the proud granddaughter of four Holocaust survivors, Isaac and Chana Aron and Bella and Meyer Ender. Their stories were heroic -- they fought boldly as Partisans and soldiers in the forests of Eastern Europe to defend their Jewish heritage. She is also the proud daughter of Helen Ender, a lifelong educator at the Yeshivah of Flatbush, and Martin Ender, a dedicated tax accountant and adviser.
Nicole Weiss has been with Beit Rabban as Chief Operating Officer since 2013. She works on all issues related to the administrative side of the school, including financial management, tuition, scholarship support, security, IT, human resources, and facilities. Nicole has worked as an executive in the Jewish community for more than a decade, serving as a member of the administration of Central Synagogue in New York City, the senior manager for year-round programs for Young Judaea, a consultant, program director and department director for the Departments of Youth and Jewish Family Concerns of the Union for Reform Judaism.
Holding both BSW and MSW degrees from the University of Texas, Nicole also holds a certificate in Non-Profit Management and Philanthropic Studies. Nicole lives in Harlem with her husband, Brad, and two daughters, Stevie and Jordyn.