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B'nai Brith Calgary Speaker Series
Please join B'nai Brith Calgary Chapter 816 in welcoming special guest, Michael Mostyn, CEO of B'nai Brith Canada. Michael serves as a senior spokesperson for the community and speaks out on behalf of Canadian Jewry and other communities whose human rights are under threat globally.

The chapter will also be hosting a tribute to William (Willy) Kohn who was a former President of B'nai Brith Calgary, active in the Jewish community, UJA and the early days of Camp BB. Mr. Kohn passed away on the evening of December 11, 2020, just 20 days shy of his 94th birthday.

Admission is by donation which can be made before or after you register at: https://bnaibrithcalgary.org/donation/. A portion of the funds raised will be donated to the Toni Kohn-Woodward Foundation. With the postponement of our annual dinner which is our key fundraiser and the needs of the organizations that we support as great as ever during the Covid-19 pandemic, we greatly appreciate your generosity.

Mar 7, 2021 10:00 AM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Michael Mostyn
Chief Executive Officer @B’nai Brith Canada
Michael Mostyn is the Chief Executive Officer of B’nai Brith Canada, and oversees the breadth of B’nai Brith’s programming and advocacy initiatives. He serves as a senior spokesperson for the community and regularly speaks out on behalf of Canadian Jewry and those whose human rights are under threat globally. Michael is a barrister and solicitor in good standing with the Law Society of Upper Canada. Prior to his appointment to this key portfolio at B’nai Brith, he was a successful litigation lawyer in Toronto, where he practiced law as a partner at Mostyn & Mostyn. He has also served as Chief Strategic Officer in the high tech start-up sector, where he was responsible for developing corporate vision, strategic partnerships and new business opportunities in the public and private sectors. Michael has been involved with B’nai Brith Canada for many years in a variety of roles, prior to his appointment as Chief Executive Officer. Michael began his association with B’nai Brith as capta