Our products and programs, together with our charitable partner organizations, curate, promote and share opportunities to enhance the daily lives of anyone who identifies himself or herself as Jewish (A.K.A., a Member of the Tribe)—however they choose to define their affiliation.
- Exciting events happening in their area
- Opportunities to connect to dynamic Jewish communities
- The Career Pipeline with jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities
- Premium discounts on popular goods and services for every occasion
- Exclusive deals on Jewish products and services in your area and nationwide
Supporting Causes and Organizations
We support the many different organizations and outlets for Jewish life, creativity, spirituality and values—helping them do more for the Jewish people they serve.
Our tools help amazing nonprofits:
- Grow their communities
- Attract new supporters
- Promote their events and activities
- Fill job vacancies
- …and more coming soon
We are entrepreneurs and do-gooders on a mission to improve lives. We belive in the power of technology to bring people together, and the power of the colletive tribe to help everyone reach their potential in the Jewish community and beyond.
FounderJames Goldman is the Founder, President, and Managing Director of Bighawk, LLC (“Bighawk”). Prior to launching Bighawk, Mr. Goldman was the Founder/CEO of JWG Associates, Inc., a $135 million advertising agency with 250 employees in 10 offices in the US that was acquired in 2001 by TMP Worldwide, Inc. In 1996, Mr. Goldman also founded Editorial Urbano Publishing, which was acquired by Crain’s Communications, Inc. in 2001. Mr. Goldman is an angel investor and continues to develop new business ventures. Mr. Goldman is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, School of Management, and was a member of Young Presidents Organization (YPO), UJA and AIPAC.
Dr. Amir Give'on
Technology AdviserAmir is an engineer by training and an entrepreneur by design, connecting his 8 years experience at NASA-JPL as an aerospace engineer with his passion for social entrepreneurship. Amir served as an adjunct professor at the Graduate School of Nonprofit Management of American Jewish University and is the CEO of Jewcer.org, a non-profit crowdfunding platform aimed to support initiatives that strengthen the Jewish community and Israel. Amir has a Bs.E in Electrical Engineering and a Ph.D in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, both from Princeton University and spent a year at the California Institute of Technology as a Post-doc before working at NASA-JPL as a full-time engineer. Amir is happily married and is the proud Aba to his 20-month old son Oden.