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AMIT: An evening with Daniel Silva, moderated by Vanessa Yurkevich

“New York Times” best-selling author, Daniel Silva, took center stage at AMIT's extraordinary event titled "A Conversation with Daniel Silva."

Pictured: (From left to right) Michelle Chrein, Chair of AMIT's Board of Governors, Bestselling Author Daniel Silva, and CNN Reporter Vanessa Yurkevich at the AMIT's special event.
Pictured: (From left to right) Michelle Chrein, Chair of AMIT's Board of Governors, Bestselling Author Daniel Silva, and CNN Reporter Vanessa Yurkevich at the AMIT's special event.

Renowned #1 New York Times best-selling author, Daniel Silva, took center stage at AMIT’s extraordinary event titled “A Conversation with Daniel Silva.” Held at the prestigious Ramaz venue on 60 E. 78th St. in New York City, the evening was a resounding success.

Guided by the distinguished CNN business and political reporter, Vanessa Yurkevich, the event offered a thought-provoking and engaging experience for all attendees. Vanessa skillfully moderated the conversation, ensuring an unforgettable dialogue.

Alongside the captivating discussion, guests enjoyed a book signing and indulged in a dessert evening centered around Silva’s latest masterpiece, “The Collector.” Garnering worldwide acclaim, this novel has captured the imaginations of readers everywhere, making this exclusive event a true treat for fans eager to delve deeper into the author’s inspiration and storytelling techniques.

Notably, this event was part of AMIT Children’s series of donor efforts. AMIT Children, a nonprofit organization, tirelessly serves 40,000 students each year across 96 schools in 32 cities throughout Israel. Emphasizing inclusivity regardless of religion, socioeconomic status or disability, AMIT Children provides groundbreaking education opportunities. The forthcoming Kfar Batya campus is poised to become an international epicenter of knowledge and inspiration.

To learn more about AMIT Children and contribute to their impactful work, visit: www.amitchildren.org.

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Founded in 1925, AMIT serves 40,000 students annually across 87 schools in 29 cities throughout Israel. AMIT welcomes all children, helping them realize their potential while strengthening Israeli society through education. This nurturing occurs within a framework of innovation, academic excellence, and Jewish values. For more information, visit: www.amitchildren.org.
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