Shalhevet Schwartz
Shalhevet Schwartz
Research and Program Associate

Shalhevet Schwartz (she/her/hers) is a Research and Program Associate at Shalom Hartman Institute of North America, where she focuses on supporting the work of the Kogod Research Center and the David Hartman Center. She received a BA from Yale University, where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa with Distinction in Philosophy in 2021.

At Yale, Shalhevet was involved in Jewish life on campus through the Joseph Slifka Center. There, she served as Co-President of the Yale Hillel Student Board as well as in various roles within Yale’s Jewish community, including leading Yale’s Jewish a cappella group and Jewish-Christian Bible Study. She has spent the past several summers working in experiential Jewish education at Camp Stone, most recently in the role of Rosh Moshava.

In her spare time, Shalhevet enjoys hiking, playing board games, and singing Slavic folk music.