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Los Angeles, CA
October 14-15, 2015

The Dizengoff Society in Los Angeles

29 Dizengoff Society members gathered in Los Angeles on October 14-15 to celebrate Tel Aviv University on the verge of its 60th anniversary.

On Wednesday evening Andrea Goldrich Cayton and Barry Cayton hosted dinner at their Bel Air Crest home, known for its lovely indoor-outdoor living space. Andrea's father Jona Goldrich is one of TAU's most committed and generous supporters.

WP24 @ LA Live opened its celebrated doors for an exclusive Dizengoff Society lunch with TAU Alumni Gideon Raff, best known for the 2010 Israeli TV drama Prisoners of War and its US adaptation, Homeland. Gidi gave us the latest on his current FX drama Tyrant and more. Editor, writer, and social-media producer and strategist David Bloom moderated the proceedings.

That evening, Chara Webb Schreyer led Dizengoff Society members on a tour of her newest contemporary art-filled home, which is already on every major museum's list of collections to visit. Chara has been on the ArtNews Top Collectors list for years. Her father Max Webb has been a TAU supporter since the 1970s. Special Guest Rabbi David Wolpe defined "Judaism's Legacy of Learning."

Dizengoff Society Co-Chair Joel Tauber, American Friends of Tel Aviv University National Chairman Richard Sincere, and President & CEO Gail Reiss presided over the two-day event.

Cayton Dinner: Andrea and Barry address the group
Cayton Dinner: Andrea and Barry address the group


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