Entries by Jennie Starr

Data and “Jewish Urban Planning”

[The second post in The Nuts & Bolts of Jewish Entrepreneurship series] As Jewish innovators, when we pilot, we learn a lot about our community’s hopes and dreams as we build.  Though, ideally you’d know how many are in your target market, where they are and how to reach them, before you launch your program,  that’s […]

Jennie Starr
Jennie Starr practiced Law and was a Director of Product Management for several high-tech startups, before founding Tarbuton and Startup18 Jewish Engagement Lab. She has a BA from Northwestern, MA from the University of Illinois, and a JD from Washington University in St. Louis. Jennie believes Jewish entrepreneurs can transform Jewish San Diego, and Jewish life at large and established Startup18 to offer a welcome address for program founders. Jennie’s a Chicagoan, and Israeli-American, living in San Diego, CA with her husband and two children.

Healthy Jewish Collaboration & Reciprocity

Jewish collaboration requires a courtship to understand synergies and opportunities, overcome pitfalls, and create mutually beneficial collaboration.  It’s about creating something new and great neither organization could do themselves. We reach new people, build different and better programming, or simply help nurture and support each other’s existence.  This kind of authentic collaboration is the Holy […]

Jennie Starr
Jennie Starr practiced Law and was a Director of Product Management for several high-tech startups, before founding Tarbuton and Startup18 Jewish Engagement Lab. She has a BA from Northwestern, MA from the University of Illinois, and a JD from Washington University in St. Louis. Jennie believes Jewish entrepreneurs can transform Jewish San Diego, and Jewish life at large and established Startup18 to offer a welcome address for program founders. Jennie’s a Chicagoan, and Israeli-American, living in San Diego, CA with her husband and two children.