Judah Guggenheim

Judah Guggenheim ’19 is from Silver Spring, MD, where he attended Berman Hebrew Academy. While in high school, he was active in his community as a regional leader of Bnei Akiva, a religious Zionist youth movement; and he attended Yeshivat Ma’ale Gilboa in Israel. Judah now attends Princeton University where he serves as a Senate Member of Princeton’s Undergraduate Student Government. Judah helped co-found a partnership minyan at Princeton’s CJL and was instrumental in the development of a the first-ever collegiate halachic egalitarian shabbaton, Shabbaton Shivyoni.

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