It has been awhile, but read my latest post in GatherDC about the Jewish National Fund. My article, "I’m on a Boat with the Jewish National Fund" highlights an upcoming program that I'm helping to host.
My latest Times of Israel op-ed, "9 words Obama said at the DNC" discusses the narrative of a comment on the Iran Deal made by President Obama during his DNC speech.
Returning from an Israel Bonds Leadership Delegation to Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, I posted my first opinion editorial to Washington Jewish Week.
Read the op-ed, "A Bond with Israel and the Washington Jewish community."
I was asked to speak about advocating for Israel at a JCRC of DC event in Rockville, Md. Read my Times of Israel post on "Get Ready. Get Set. Talk Talk."
I published my first op-ed in Haaretz in response to another piece by Simone Zimmerman who wrongly assumed we Jewish millennials speak with one voice on Israel and 'the occupation.' But when she avoids speaking about Palestinian terror, and of Israel’s desire for peace, she doesn’t speak for me.
Read, "Not All Jewish Millennials Are Angry With Israel. Some of Us Are Proud."
Watch my interview with the Israel Video Network on the "Inspired by Israel" video contest. I submitted the only animation submission.
Watch my submission to the "Inspired by Israel" video contest from the Israel Video Network.
Through my professional responsibilities with BIPAC, I was asked to be a beta user for the Change.org launch of the new ChangePolitics program. Today my photo and example was highlighted in Townhall's story, "Change Politics Launches New Grassroots Election Platform."
The online publication eJewishPhilanthropy.com published my latest article, "Supporting Israel with All of my Charitable Giving" today.
In it I discuss my choice to support Jewish groups through donating Israel bonds to them in a double mitzvah program.
For the last five years I've helped to host a fundraiser in Washington, DC, on Christmas Eve to raise money to fight hunger in the District. Although not single, one of my photos at the Falafel Frenzy was published in The Washington Posts' story, "Christmas Eve: The biggest night of the year for Jewish singles."
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