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Second Cohort of Campus Fellows Announced

Meet the 12 members of the 2013-2014 Hartman Fellowship for Campus Professionals

In recognition of the crucial role that campus professionals play in the development of the next generation of Jews and Jewish leaders, the Hartman Institute has created a framework for ongoing study, enrichment, and intellectual leadership training, in partnership with Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life.  A high caliber group of 14 campus professionals from across North America is currently participating in the fellowship, and we are excited to announce a second cohort. The Hartman Fellowship for Campus Professionals cultivates a select cohort of early- and mid-career senior Hillel professionals as thought-leaders in their local communities and for college-age students across the continent, focusing in particular on the complexity and challenges of the North American relationship with Israel and on other major issues facing the Jewish people.

We are pleased to announce the members of the 2013-2014 cohort of the Hartman Fellowship for Campus Professionals:
  • Ms. Emily Briskman, Director, JUF’s Israel Education Center, The Hillels of Illinois & Jewish United Fund/Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago’s Department of Campus Affairs and Student Engagement
  • Mr. Uri Cohen, Executive Director, Queens College Hillel
  • Mr. Marshall Einhorn, Executive Director, Brown Rhode Island School of Design Hillel
  • Mr. Ari Gauss, Executive Director, North Carolina Hillel
  • Rabbi Ari Israel, Executive Director, Maryland Hillel
  • Rabbi Danielle Leshaw, Executive Director and Rabbi, Hillel at Ohio University
  • Rabbi Debbie Pine, Executive Director, Hopkins Hillel
  • Rabbi Kerrith Rosenbaum, Senior Jewish Educator, Tufts Hillel
  • Mr. Robert Scherr, Jewish Chaplain, Williams College
  • Ms. Tilly Shames, Executive Director, University of Michigan Hillel
  • Rabbi Andrea Steinberger, Campus Rabbi, Hillel at the University of Wisconsin
  • Rabbi Gail Swedroe, Campus Rabbi, University of Florida Hillel

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