Baltimore Jewish Hall of Fame
Established in 2008, the Baltimore Jewish Hall of Fame (HOF) honors and celebrates Jewish Marylanders who have initiated and led change in the fields of science, education, business, medicine, law, politics, community service, sports and the arts. These prominent individuals may not have been nominated specifically for their work in the Jewish community, but reflect the universal Jewish value of making the world a better place.
The event also raises money for need-based scholarships for children and families to participate in JCC programs including early childhood, special needs, JCamps, JCC Maccabi Experience, and Kids Center — our after school care programs. Our goal is to never turn away any child or teen because of a family’s financial constraints.
2017 HOF Induction Ceremony
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Pre-event Reception 7:00pm | Induction Ceremony 7:45pm
The Gordon Center for Performing Arts
3506 Gwynnbrook Avenue Owings Mills, MD 21117
Mazel Tov to our 2017 Inductees
Senator Ben Cardin
Howard E. Friedman
Jonathan W. Kolker
Rabbi Morris Lieberman*
Governor Marvin Mandel*
In addition to a brief reception, we will feature a fascinating video showcasing each honoree. (This professionally produced video will also be for sale after the event). The MC for this year is Deborah Weiner.
A commemorative program journal is created for the event, including honoree bios, tribute ads and sponsorship recognition. For more information about sponsorship and advertising opportunities, please contact Esther Greenberg, Chief Advancement Officer | 410.559.3545 | email@example.com.
This event is attended by more than 350 of our community’s top business and civic leaders, including the leadership and decision makers from the JCC and The Associated.
Nominations were collected from participants throughout the community. A 20-member Selection Committee met for several months to discuss the nominations and vote in a series of blind ballots.
Specific Nominee Criteria:
- Is Jewish
- Should have made a difference to Baltimore and/or to the world
- Is someone who has left a “mark” in his/her field or profession
- May be living or deceased
- Is residing or has resided in the Baltimore metropolitan area
Think someone should be recognized? Download and complete the HOF Nomination Form.