Come to the Towson Hillel Welcome Back Shabbat Dinner!
January 30th, 2015
Location- Loch Raven
8000 York Road, University Union,
Center for Student Diversity,
Towson, MD 21252
(P) 410.704.4671, (F) 410.704.3418 E-mail: email@example.com
Assistant Director firstname.lastname@example.org
A native of Hertzeliya Israel, Noam joins the Towson Hillel after two years as the Assistant Director of the Israel Fellows program at Hillel International in Washington, DC. Before working in DC, Noam worked for a number of summer camps, Jewish federations, and was an Israel Fellow at the University of Florida Hillel. He is passionate about living an exciting and dynamic Jewish life and believes that requires exciting and dynamic Jewish communities. Noam will be supervising programming, leadership development, and engagement initiatives at Towson. He received a BA in Political science and History from Tel Aviv University. Noam enjoys live music, reading, and traveling. He recently returned from a backpacking trip to Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand.
Rabbinical Fellow, Rabbi Noah Leavitt email@example.com
Rabbi Noah Leavitt was born and raised in New York City. He graduated from Columbia University with a BA in History and completed an MA in Jewish Philosophy at Yeshiva University. He studied in Israel at Yeshivat Darche Noam/Shapell's and Yeshivat Torat Yosef Hamivtar. As a Tikvah Rabbinical Student Fellow, Rabbi Leavitt took part in a seminar on Jews and the American Ethos to advance Rabbinic involvement in American political discourse. He served as the editor for Milin Havivin, a journal of Torah, Halacha, and Jewish. Rabbi Leavitt received rabbinical ordination fom Yeshivat Chovevei Torah (YCT). He previously served as the Rabbinic Associate at Kehilat Rayim Ahuvim and as a Rabbinic Educator at the Columbia/Barnard Hillel.
Israel Engagement Coordinator
Prior to joining Towson University Hillel Lee Cohen was a B.A student at Ben Gurion University of the Negev in Israel. She studied Geography and environmental development, and specialized in human geography. During the her summer vacation Lee worked as a group leader at a summer school in England. Her responsibilities included to guide the group of children socially and emotionally, to manage and administer the group, be responsible for any coordination needed between the language school that host them and the group. Her last semester at the university Lee participated in a program called ATUDOT which is a learning program about Israel and Judaism from different aspects offered by the Jewish Agency.
Executive Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Sam is excited to be the Executive Director at Towson University Hillel. Sam was born Vienna and grew up in Copenhagen and lived in the United Kingdom for four years. Sam attended McGill University in Montreal where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in German and Jewish Studies. Thereafter, he moved to Ottawa, where he completed a master's degree in European and Russian Studies at Carleton University in Ottawa. Sam worked for Hillel Montreal and Hillel Ottawa and recently served as the Director of Hillel Canada a department of Jewish Federations of Canada - UIA. Sam loves to travel and enjoys good food. Sam looks forward welcoming you all to Towson University.
Sara is a recent Towson graduate and is happy to work as Towson Hillel's Web Producer. She is also working for Jewish Community Services as JOIN for Teens Supervisor. Sara loves to do anything creative including taking pictures and painting furniture.