Cocktails & Conversation with Eden Cohen & Jordyn Tilchen

Kick off the Summer of 2023 in style with old and new friends in Jewish Palm Beach.

Enjoy delicious food, cocktails and conversation starters with two experts in social media, who make it their business to combat antisemitic bigotry while instilling Jewish pride in an overwhelmingly intolerant world.

Sponsored by the Mandel Center for Leadership Development

Saturday, June 3, 2023
8 – 10 p.m.
Venture X
2000 PGA Blvd., Suite 4440 (second floor of City Centre)

Palm Beach Gardens

Parking in self-parking lot

Couvert: $18 per person (includes open bar and delicious food from Salute Market)

For more information, please contact matthew.newman@jewishpalmbeach.org or 561.242.6617.

Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County is committed to providing universal access to our events whenever possible. Please contact our Community Navigator at 561.242.6664 or jdn@jewishpalmbeach.org to discuss reasonable accommodations. Some accommodations such as scheduling an interpreter may require prior notice of one week before the event date.

Please register below by Friday, June 2.

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Featured Speakers: Eden Cohen and Jordyn Tilchen

Eden Cohen is an accomplished leader in the Jewish world, with a deep passion for Jewish and Israel advocacy and education. As Senior Advisor to Former Special Envoy Noa Tishby, she worked to advance Israel’s foreign policy regarding antisemitism. In her role, Eden determined strategies on complex, diplomatic projects and spearheaded initiatives worldwide to respond to acts of antisemitism. Eden’s passion for advocating for issues impacting Jews around the world took shape during her several months living in Jerusalem after her Birthright program. Eden previously was a practicing entertainment attorney in Los Angeles.
Jordyn Tilchen is a New York-based entertainment journalist, editor and SEO expert who’s worked at MTV News, Bustle, The New York Post, Page Six and various other celebrity and entertainment-focused publications. In 2020, after a round of pandemic-related layoffs and amid a noticeable rise in antisemitism, she fell into Jewish advocacy on social media. Jordyn has so far amassed over 22K followers on Twitter and over 14K followers on Instagram. She uses her growing platform to educate about antisemitism, respond to Jewish current events, provide advice on how to handle antisemitic bigotry online and in person, and to – most importantly – be an example of Jewish pride in an overwhelmingly intolerant world.
Together, Eden and Jordyn are launching a digital media company that will provide quick, easy, and comprehensive Jewish and Israel-related news, while also engaging young Jews and helping them understand modern manifestations of antisemitism and instilling Jewish pride.


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