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Kerry L. Hollander

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Executive Director

Local Address: Missouri, United States
University of Missouri-Columbia
 
Background

Employment History

  • Executive Director
    Hillel Foundation
  • Executive Directo
    Jewish Student Organization
  • Executive Director
    MU
  • University of Missouri

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    Hillel Foundation
  • Board Member
    Jewish Student Organization
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Web References
Koach Contacts on Campus | Koach - The College Outreach Program of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism
www.koach.org, 26 Oct 2013 [cached]
Kerry Hollander Executive Director Office: +1 (573) 443-7460
The South End Online
www.southend.wayne.edu [cached]
Hillel Foundation Director Kerry Hollander opened the meeting by asking why fewer students were planning to take the trip this summer.(CONTINUED)
Blood donations in high demand
Courtesy of The American Red CrossBlood banks are always in need of more donations.The American Red Cross will be on campus from Oct. 28 through Nov. 1 in the Hilbery room of the Student Center Building.
Since the former JSO President ...
move.themaneater.com, 5 Dec 2009 [cached]
Since the former JSO President Lauren Fredman is graduating this December, JSO held elections again this year to elect a new president, JSO Executive Director Kerry Hollander said.
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Hollander, who has worked with JSO since 1984, said the students lead the organization and make the decisions themselves, and she supports them and provides any requested guidance. A successful JSO board member puts the group's needs first and is responsible, creative and inclusive, Hollander said.
"I have been privileged to work with many different persons who have a variety of skills and strengths," Hollander said.
Fostering oneness - Columbia Missourian
www.digmo.com, 14 Dec 2003 [cached]
[see full size image] Hillel director Kerry Hollander talks with students during a dinner at the Hillel Center Dec. 5. ‘It's all about them, watching them grow and learn,' Hollander said. ‘I just love it.It is a culmination of my education, and my love of the Jewish tradition and religion and interaction with students who are in an exciting and dynamic time of their lives.It's really a perfect job.' (Photos by ANDREA TAYLOR/Missourian)
Between 52nd Street and Paseo Boulevard and 54th Street and Charlotte, Kerry Hollander grew up in a Catholic neighborhood in Kansas City - though her life and home were centered around Judaism, and the synagogue was just 20 blocks away.
Hollander's sense of Jewish identity began in the bottom level of a two-bedroom duplex that housed six people.There, her childhood consisted of Jewish rituals, Friday night Sabbath dinners and Hebrew school - the beginnings of a life cycle permeated by Judaism.
Now, decades later and 125 miles away, Hollander still centers her life around Judaism as the executive director at the Hillel Foundation, MU's Jewish student center and part of a national network of campus centers.Hollander, 58, said she feels tremendous responsibility toward keeping the Jewish identity alive among students.
She first came to MU and Columbia in 1963 - a turning point in her life when she decided to go to college away from home.She wanted to be an elementary school teacher.Her father had not wanted her to leave home because, in the neighborhood in which she grew up, young women were supposed to stay with their families until marriage.Hollander was the first woman in her family to pursue a college degree.
In her first year at school, she met her future husband, Ed Hollander.In 1967, they were married in Kansas City and then moved to St. Louis, where she taught school for a number of years, until they started a family.
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"When I was an underclassman, I found that a lot of people had never met a Jewish person in their entire lives, and they would ask me lots of questions and I could answer a lot of them, but there were many that I couldn't, so Kerry and the library here provided a good resource."
Religious Matters - Columbia Missourian
www.digmo.com, 8 Feb 2004 [cached]
Kerry Hollander, executive director at the Hillel Foundation, MU's Jewish student center, said that within the center, there are as many political opinions as there are people.She does not think it is the job of a religious institution to direct people's political decisions.
Jews, Catholics more likely to be Democrats
Although according to the Pew Research Center, most Jewish people are Democrats, Hollander said that seems to be changing, which "might reflect changing economic status more than differing religious beliefs."An exit poll conducted by Beliefnet after the 2000 presidential election indicated that 81 percent of Jews voted Democratic.
The Rev. Michael Burt, who leads the conservative Baptist Grace Bible Church, said that as a pastor, he will "tell someone something is right or wrong according to Scripture" but does not endorse a candidate or platform.
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