Our Mission Statement
Alums for Campus Fairness (ACF) harnesses the unique power of alumni to counter antisemitism, including demonization of Israel and other forms of bigotry at universities. In the face of unprecedented attacks on Jewish and Zionist students, staff and faculty, ACF’s network acts to address acts of antisemitism on campus and ensure that universities remain pillars of truth and academic freedom. ACF members proactively engage with the administration at their alma maters to prevent discrimination, promote open dialogue, and foster respectful debate.
ACF accomplishes its goals through educational, advocacy and outreach activities. Alumni are kept informed through webinars and local chapter engagement and are empowered to spread their message through media and digital campaigns, and to speak directly with university leaders. With many chapters across the United States and thousands of alumni, ACF sends a clear message that there is no place for hate on campus.
Avi D. Gordon
Business (‘88) with an M.B.A. in Finance, Susan spent two decades leading complex financial transactions as a Vice President at Chase Manhattan Bank, Bank of America and National Australia Bank in New York. In addition to co-founding ACF, Susan was ACF’s first Executive Director (2015-2017). In 2017, she was honored by The Algemeiner by her inclusion in the Jewish 100 (“J100”) List of the Top 100 People Positively Influencing Jewish Life for her vision, leadership and impact as Executive Director of ACF.
Laurie R. Josephs
Mark Banschick, MD
University, followed by specialty training at Georgetown University Hospital and New York-
Presbyterian Hospital. He is the author of The Intelligent Divorce book series and writes regularly for Psychology Today, with 30,000 visitors a week.