Archive: March 2023

Arielle Rivera Korman

Posted on March 28, 2023

Arielle Rivera Korman was a co-founding director and the founding executive director of Ammud Jews of Color Torah Academy. She is currently a Rabbinical student at the Jewish Theological Seminary, and the Climate Music & Spiritual Adaptation Rabbinic Fellow at Dayenu. Arielle graduated from Davidson College with a BA in Languages and Cultures of the Continue Reading »

Oz Bin Nun

Posted on March 8, 2023

Oz Bin Nun (Amitei Bronfman ’15) is an emissary of the Jewish Agency (Shalich) in the community and at the University of Madison, Wisconsin. As part of his role, he tries to create a deep dialogue between the Jewish community in the U.S. and Israel, specifically with the Jewish community and the students of UW-Madison. Continue Reading »

Eden Biton

Posted on March 8, 2023

Eden Biton (Amitei Bronfman ’17) was born and raised in Haifa. Before the army, she studied at the Beit Israel Mechina for her gap year, then served as an education commander in a unit that helps soldiers who did not complete high school to finish their academic requirements. After the army, she studied in Beit Continue Reading »

Paz Bendek

Posted on March 8, 2023

Paz Bendek (Amitei Bronfman ‘13) grew up in Shimshit in the Jezreel Valley and now lives in Jerusalem. After completing a year of service at the Israel Association of Community Centers, he joined the military service as a soldier and as a commander at the Intelligence Corps. Today, Paz is a student of History and Continue Reading »

Nurit (Muszkat) Barkan-Bocarsly

Posted on March 8, 2023

Nurit (Muszkat) Barkan-Bocarsly (Amitei Bronfman ’13) was born and raised in Jerusalem, where she lives with her partner Rafi. After serving as an officer in the Education Corps, Nurit studied at Hadar and did Shlichut in Australia. She completed her undergraduate studies in History, Sociology & Anthropology at Hebrew University, and volunteered in the Lissan Continue Reading »

Erica Goldman

Posted on September 2, 2022

Erica Goldman has been an engineering linguist, a high school English teacher, and has taught Israeli dancing on five continents (so far!). In 2011, Erica joined the Global Jewish Education department at New Community Jewish (now deToledo) High School in Los Angeles and helped coordinate and implement both their three-week and three-month exchange programs with Continue Reading »

Ashlie Flood

Posted on September 24, 2021

Ashlie Flood is the Data and Administrative Associate at The Bronfman Fellowship. Prior to joining the team at Bronfman, Ashlie was the Fundraising and Volunteer Coordinator for CHiPS Soup Kitchen and Women’s Shelter in Park Slope, where she helped the organization break all previous fundraising records and keep folks fed and housed throughout the first Continue Reading »

Sari Setton

Posted on January 7, 2021

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 »

Elizabeth Ochs

Posted on November 18, 2020

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 Continue Reading »

Adam Shapiro

Posted on November 13, 2020

Adam Shapiro (Bronfman ‘09) is a journalist who’s worked as a producer on The Brian Lehrer Show and America on the Line at WNYC, the University of Virginia’s American history podcast BackStory and Bell Media Radio in Canada. He is the moderator of the BronfTalks discussion series. If you’d like to suggest topics for future Continue Reading »

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