Elizabeth (Bronfman ’01) leads the Fellowship’s portfolio of programs aimed at creating an interconnected network of alumni who can empower, inspire and engage one another towards enhanced leadership in the Jewish community and beyond. Elizabeth lives in Providence, Rhode Island with her husband and son. She concentrated in Urban Studies at Brown University and received a Master’s in Education from Antioch University. Elizabeth’s work (www.elizabethochs.com) focuses on educational program design, nonprofit leadership, and communications. Her previous positions include community organizer, newspaper editor, and program manager at an urban high school.
We are shocked and heartbroken by the events in Israel, and we are holding our Israeli community close during this tragic time. We feel it is more important than ever to continue our work of building a vibrant and diverse Jewish community, developing leadership in the Jewish world and beyond, and helping teens connect deeply with the Jewish experience and people in Israel and America. View our resources page.
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