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 Welcome to JNET
Our goal is to be the premier Professional Networking Organization within the Jewish community. As a member-based organization, JNET is committed to serving the needs of its increasing membership and to facilitating the growth of business relationships in our community.
Members include a diverse cross-section of individual business people and owners, professionals, corporate executives and tradespeople from private and public organizations. We invite you to attend our meetings.
There is no cost for first-time guests and no reservation is required.  Just show up!  This is your opportunity to join local Jewish businesspeople and help give your business, and theirs, a BIG boost!
You will have the opportunity for schmoozing, introductions, “JNET Connect“ meetings and more.
We mean business!


Jackie Mendelson
Chairperson of the Board 

Membership dues are $85 per year.
Credit card payments online
or mail checks to:

5739 Kanan Rd., PMB #273
Agoura Hills, CA 91301 


Dear Members and Members-to-Be,
As we approach the Yamim Nora’im, or the Days of Awe, we have our work cut out for us. The JNET Board of Directors will approach the High Holy Days examining how we have contributed to our member’s sense of community, prosperity, and opportunities for success. We will commit to working hard in the coming year to improve and enhance the JNET experience for all our members and provide more leadership opportunities for members to engage in that will afford more visibility and chances for personal and professional success.


Our tradition teaches that during the High Holy Days, God decides who will live and who will die during the coming year. As a result, during Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur (and in the days leading up to them) we embark upon the serious task of examining our lives and repenting for any wrongs we have committed during the previous year. We are encouraged to make amends with anyone we have wronged and to make plans for improving during the coming year. In this way, Rosh Hashanah is all about making peace in the community and striving to be a better person.


On behalf of the JNET Board of Directors, I would like to acknowledge all our members for contributing to the growth and success JNET has enjoyed this year. We also would like to apologize if our collective actions or individual interactions have made anyone feel slighted, not heard, or offended. Please accept our praise and please accept our apologies.


Have a happy and healthy New Year, and may we all be inscribed in the Book of Life!


Take Care,
Jackie Mendelson
Chairperson, JNET 

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