Hannah Greenwald is a Hevruta Program Counselor. Born in Jerusalem, she grew up in New Jersey where she attended Solomon Schechter, spent a gap year at Mechinat Kol Ami in Tiberias, and completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development at Binghamton University. While there, Hannah founded a partnership minyan, was president of the Jewish a cappella group Kaskeset, and served as an ambassador for the United States Peace Corps.
Hannah has worked at Camp Ramah and the Jewish Federations of North America, and is excited about bringing her passion for informal Jewish education and pluralism to Israel. In her free time, she loves rock climbing, playing piano, drawing, and traveling.