Sophia, a sophomore from Bergen County, New Jersey, could not be more excited to serve as Hillel’s Director of Education this year. Sophia has been exploring her love of Jewish learning over her years at Solomon Schechter, Ramah and USY, and cannot wait to bring her passion to Hillel. She is thrilled to explore Judaism’s history, cultures, and traditions with her favorite people on campus and continue her Jewish journey with the rest of Hillel!
Nicole Gleizer is a sophomore from Forest Hills, Queens majoring in Biology and double minoring in History and Education. Nicole grew up in a Reform shul and was a member of NFTY from 8th grade through 12th. During her first semester at Binghamton, Nicole was a member of the Club Soccer, Basketball, Softball, and Gymnastics teams but had not found a place to call her home on campus until the last Shabbat of that semester at Hillel. When she returned from break for her second semester, Nicole fell in love with all that Hillel had to offer. Nicole is ecstatic to serve as Director of Shabbat Experience and help make her favorite part of the week a special portion of everyone's week.
Michael is a sophomore who is majoring in English with a concentration in creative writing. He is very passionate about making Judaism exciting and engaging. He hopes to use his passion for film and creativity to create great new programming. Michael loves the simultaneous unity and diversity of the Hillel community (#pluralism) and cannot wait to see how much more the community grows this year.
Delilah is a sophomore from Scarsdale, New York and she is thrilled to be this years Director of Reform Jews of Hillel. She is incredibly delighted to be in this position responsible for bringing people together to create and foster a community of love and support with RJH and Hillel as a whole. A lover of camp, the arts, and traditions of any kind. Delilah is excited to expand the RJH community and continue to bring light, education, enrichment, and strong sense of community to Hillel and Binghamton University this year.