Bryn Mawr Hillel Executive Board: 2016-2017
Hannah Rifkin, President
Hannah Rifkin is a member of the class of 2017. She is very excited to serve as President of Bryn Mawr's Hillel after studying abroad in Moscow for the 2015-2016 academic year. Hannah is a Russian Area Studies major and looks forward to work towards connecting Bryn Mawr Hillel with the surrounding greater Philadelphia region.
Julianna Nechin, Vice President
Julianna is a member of the class of 2018 from Potomac, Maryland. She is Pre-Vet and a biochemistry major. In her free time she likes to pet all of the dogs. Julianna is looking forward to being this year's Vice President, and is super excited for an awesome year!
Rachel Silverman, Communications Chair
Rachel Silverman is a member of the class of 2019 from Freehold, New Jersey. She is excited to join BMC Hillel as this year's Communications Chair after serving as last year's FYSH. Rachel is double majoring in religion and sociology. She likes pugs, puns, and puffs (as in Hufflepuffs). Try her Haffner pizza!
Miriam is a member of the class of 2019 from Mequon, Wisconsin. She is very excited to be this year's Treasurer for Bryn Mawr College Hillel. In her free time, she does puzzles, swims, and listens to too many Broadway musicals.
Hannah Foster, Kehilah Social Chair
Hannah is a sophomore from Virginia Beach, Virginia. She is really excited to be this year's Kehilah Social Chair for Bryn Mawr College Hillel. In her free time she works at the New Dorm Dining Hall and does a lot of crafting.
Rebecca Nachman, First Year Student Representative (FYSH)
Rebecca is a member of the class of 2020 from Watertown, Massachusetts, and is excited to be part of the wonderful Jewish community at BMC. She is planning on majoring in Sociology and minoring in Gender and Sexual studies, and hopes to have a career in women's health. Rebecca is probably secretly an 80-year-old and enjoys reading, writing, knitting, and theater.
Nora Woods, Rabbinic Intern
Nora is a third year rabbinical student at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College. She received her B.A., as a religion major, from Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana. Before rabbinical school Nora managed a farm in Newtown, PA, was an Adamah Fellow at Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center, and worked as an outdoor educator with the TEVA Learning Alliance. She loves studying Torah, making Talmud accessible, and adapting Jewish tradition to contemporary reality. She is a fan of sloths, cooking, music, comedy, and art.