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 »
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.
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 »
Yuval Nussan was a 2009 Amitei Bronfman Fellow and a manche (counselor) for Amitei Bronfman in 2019-20.
Zer Vaknin was a 2013 Amitei Bronfman Fellow and served as Coordinator in 2018 and Manche (Counselor) in 2019-20.
Nava was born in France and, after making Aliyah with her family at the age of 4, was raised and educated in Jerusalem. She attended the Emuna Arts High School for girls, where she majored in theater. During her national service she worked on a horse farm which specializes in therapeutic riding and treats people Continue Reading »
Shira is an Amitei Bronfman alumna from 2010. After growing up in Jerusalem she moved to Kfar Adumim, and has since returned to live in Jerusalem. She studied at the Beth Israel pre-military program and served in the IDF as a soldier-teacher at Kfar Etzion field school. After being discharged, she studied and later counseled Continue Reading »
Stefanie Weisman is the Communications and Design Associate at The Bronfman Fellowship. She received a B.A. in history from Columbia University and an M.A. in art history from NYU’s Institute of Fine Arts. Her first book, The Secrets of Top Students: Tips, Tools, and Techniques for Acing High School and College, was published by Sourcebooks Continue Reading »
Aaron Steinberg is the Deputy Director: North America at The Bronfman Fellowship, where he works closely with a global alumni community of nearly 1,200 Jewish leaders, innovators and community builders. He coordinates with staff throughout the organization to create greater efficiency and more quality programming. Although he spends much of his time behind the scenes, Continue Reading »