Rachel is a Junior, triple majoring in Philosophy, PPL and Classical Civilizations from Long Island, New York. She has served is almost every role within Challah for Hunger and is super excited to work as President of the organization this year! Come join Rachel and help her ~bake~ a better world!
Max Mandel is a Senior from Los Angeles California serving as Hillel at Binghamton’s President of Committee for Social Justice. He is excited to take on this leadership role after previously working on Yom Ha’atzmaut, acting as Vice President of Finance, and other roles. Max is majoring in sociology on the pre-health track, and is excited for whatever awaits him after college! When he’s not in Hillel, you can find Max in his residence hall as a residential assistant, driving for Safe Ride, or hanging out with his friends in AEPi. Max loves the Mets, the Giants, and always misses the warm weather.
“Hakol beseder tudu bom!” Hannah Israeli excited to be serving on the Hillel Assembly as President of Bearcats for Israel! Bearcats for Israel welcomed Hannah last year electing her as First Year Representative, and gave her an incredible opportunity for growth and learning as she planned the largest student run event on campus--Yom Ha’atzmaut! Since then, Hannah has put her pro-Israel advocacy and activism skills to work; overseeing fun programming, events, and exciting leadership opportunities as Bearcats President. When Hannah isn’t reviewing her Anita Shapira book for her Modern Israel class, she spends Eilat of her time doing remote work for Foundation for Jewish Camp, and making cool swag as a Campus Manager for Fresh Prints. Hannah can’t wait to see all the amazing things in store for Hillel and Bearcats for Israel!
Naomi is a senior from Bethesda, Maryland majoring biology and is thrilled to be the Vice President of Programming for Hillel. Since her first month at Binghamton, Naomi has been a leader on campus serving as the First Year Representative and then President of Bearcats for Israel's Executive Board. Naomi is excited to work with the programming council to help ensure the success of the incredible subgroups.When Naomi is not sitting in Hillel meetings she is working in a Biofilms lab, acting as a teaching assistant or tour guiding at Binghamton.