I studied Politics and Social Policy at University of Bristol and graduated in 2016. Since then, I have been Mazkir of FZY where I worked on some exciting projects with incredible partners in the community, including a social action project in Nyankpala, Ghana with Tzedek!
I spent my gap year in Israel on FZY Year Course and did some fascinating things. Activities range from volunteering at a boating school in Yafo, to studying in Yeshiva, to cycling around the Kinneret.
I first got involved with UJS when I became President of Bristol J-Soc in 2013. We lobbied for Kosher accommodation and passed SU policy supporting Kosher food on campus. I also worked closely with Chaplaincy and Chabad on Campus to introduce full time Chaplains to support a growing number of Brisraelites.
Some highlights of my university experience include being a part of the Umbrella Revolution during a semester abroad in Hong Kong and sitting on the Democratic Procedures Committee at NUS.
Fun story: I was the non-injured hiker in this story http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cumbria-13640925.
I am now responsible for developing UJS' programmes in and relating to Israel.