LAWRENCE I. STERNBERG is Associate Director of the Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies and Assistant Professor at Brandeis University. Specializing in Jewish advocacy and public policy, he is the author of Bridging the Gap Between a New Generation of American Jews which appeared in the Journal of Jewish Communal Service.
GARY A. TOBIN is Director of the Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies at Brandeis University. A specialist in Jewish demography, antisemitism, and fundraising/planning in Jewish organizations, he is the author of Jewish Perceptions of Antisemitism, Divided Neighborhoods: Racial Segregation in the 1980s and Social Planning and Human Service Delivery in the Voluntary Sector (Greenwood Press, 1985).
SYLVIA BARACK FISHMAN is Senior Research Associate at the Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies at Brandeis University. Her academic specialization in the changing roles of women and the American Jewish family. Dr. Fishman has published research reports for the Cohen Center on Jewish education and the family, as well as articles that have appeared in the American Jewish Year Book and Contemporary American Jewry.