Inspiring Words From Inspiring People!
Mr. Saul Blinkoff
Saul began his career as an animator for the WALT DISNEY STUDIOS working on the hit films Pocahontas, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Mulan, & Tarzan. He made his directorial debut with the hip action-adventure series Spy Groove for MTV. Shortly thereafter, he re-joined DISNEY, directing the films Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo & Kronk’s New Groove– starring Eartha Kitt & David Spade. Saul also consulted in development on the DISNEY films: Tinkerbell, Fox and The Hound II, Brother Bear II, Cinderella III, and Dumbo II. Saul has directed high profile commercials for clients such as Best Buy, Dunkin’ Donuts, ESPN, Subway, Mercedes Benz, EA Sports & Build-A-Bear and has consulted for animation studios internationally in London, Tel Aviv, Toronto, Seoul, Dublin, Vancouver & China. Saul was a Director on the smash hit DISNEY show Doc McStuffins, Supervising Director on The Numberlys and Consulting Producer on The Stinky & Dirty Show; both for AMAZON. For NETFLIX, Saul was Consulting Director on the hit show Barbie Dreamhouse Adventures and was Supervising Director on Llama Llama starring Jennifer Garner. Currently, Saul is the Supervising Producer on the DREAMWORKS hit show Madagascar: A Little Wild on HULU/PEACOCK.
Saul speaks around the world sharing practical tools for success, meaning and fulfillment in all aspects of life! He also hosts the inspirational weekly podcast; Life of AWESOME!
Saul lives in Los Angeles with his wife Marion and their four children.
Dr. Alexander Markovich
Thank you Dr. Alex Markovich for coming to speak to our Talmidim!!
Dr. Alexander Markovich is board-certified in nephrology. He completed his residency at Winthrop University Hospital in 2005 and his fellowship at Winthrop University Hospital in 2007.
Dr. Markovich enlightened the boys about how thankful we have to be to have all our organs fully functioning. He spoke about the functions of a kidney and why it is so important.
The Talmidim then asked lots of questions, which Dr. Markovich so graciously answered.
We thank him for giving the Talmidim this special opportunity.