Daquane Mays is the Data and Administrative Associate at The Bronfman Fellowship. Daquane was previously an Operations Analyst at Oppenheimer & Co., focusing on portfolio and operational reporting for various clients. He served as an infantryman and squad leader in the U.S. Army for six years, and holds a degree in Business Management and Administration Continue Reading »
Jon Levin is an international director, performer & puppeteer. Jon co-created and performed A Hunger Artist at the Connelly Theatre for which he was nominated for two Drama Desk awards: Outstanding Solo Performance and Outstanding Puppet design, and was awarded Summerhall’s Lustrum Award for Excellence at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. (It will be performed again Continue Reading »
Adam W. McKinney is a former member of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Béjart Ballet Lausanne, Alonzo King LINES Ballet, Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet, and Milwaukee Ballet Company. He has led dance work with diverse populations across the U.S. and in Benin, Canada, England, Ghana, Hungary, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Mexico, Palestine, Poland, Serbia, Spain, and South Continue Reading »
Noga (Amitei Bronfman ’14) served as Coordinator in 2020.
Sari is a not-for-profit professional with twenty-two years of experience in a variety of roles at the Sephardic Community Center before joining the Bronfman Fellowship in 2020. In her last position as Director of Special Projects, she managed programs, fundraisers and staff. Sari is most proud of her children and grandchildren. She and her husband Continue Reading »
Dr. Kira Sheinerman (Bronfman parent ’17) is the co-founder and CEO of DiamiR, a life sciences company developing blood-based diagnostic solutions for brain health diseases. She is also a Managing Director, Investment Banking at H.C. Wainwright & Co. where she works on financial and strategic transactions for growth biotech companies. Kira serves on the Board Continue Reading »
Darshanit Dr. Miriam Udel is associate professor of German Studies and Jewish Studies at Emory University, where her teaching focuses on Yiddish language, literature, and culture. She holds an AB in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations from Harvard University, as well as a PhD in Comparative Literature from the same institution. She was ordained in Continue Reading »
Rabbi Adina Allen is co-founder and Creative Director of Jewish Studio Project (JSP), a nationally recognized Jewish learning organization that brings together practices from the beit midrash (house of Jewish study) with a powerful approach from the field of art therapy. Integrating a lifetime of experience in the expressive arts with her rabbinic training, Adina Continue Reading »
Elizabeth Ochs (Bronfman ’01) coordinates the Bronfman US Alumni mentoring programs. Elizabeth runs a consulting practice based in Providence, RI that focuses on educational program design, nonprofit leadership, and communications. She concentrated in Urban Studies at Brown University and received a Master’s in Education from Antioch University.