Posted on December 31, 2013 by Owen Toy
Rachel Zeldin, Founder and CEO of I’m Sorry To Hear and Funerals360, has been named a 2014 Tribe12 Fellow. This is the fourth class of Tribe12 fellows since its inception in 2010.
Tribe12 is a network of projects that help empower Jewish business owners partly sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia. They do this through various programs, one being the Tribe12 Fellowship. Tribe12 is dedicated to connecting Jewish businesses and helping them succeed through a network that supports one another.
The Fellowship program is a competitive program open to applicants between the ages of 21 and 40 who have a positive entrepreneurial influence in the Jewish community. Fellows are offered educational seminars along with strategic networking events to connect with experienced business people to help further their own business ventures. Fellows are partnered with local mentors and coaches to further develop their business plan and management skills.
The Tribe12 Fellowship culminates in a Launch Night to showcase the products and business progress of the Fellows. The Tribe12 Fellowship is a great honor and we are extremely proud that Rachel has been chosen for it this year.