Naomi is a sophomore from Bethesda, Maryland majoring in cell and molecular biology. Since her first month at Binghamton, Naomi became a leader on campus serving Bearcats for Israel's Executive Board as the Freshman Representative and planned Hillel's largest event, Yom Ha'atzmaut. Naomi's enthusiasm and leadership started at her Zionist youth movement and camp, Young Judea. She spent a year between high school and Binghamton living, learning and volunteering in Israel on Young Judea year course. Naomi is excited for her new role serving as the President for Bearcats of Israel and hopes to engage more students than ever before and share her love and passion for Israel. When Naomi is not sitting in Hillel meetings she is working a laboratory, cooking, tour guiding at Binghamton, and staffing conventions for Young Judea.
Rebecca is a junior from Albertson, New York. Studying Political Science with a minor in Judaic Studies. Having been involved with Yom Haatzmaaut planning, Rebecca is excited for this new challenge of the Committee of Social Justice. She feels lucky to work with an incredible Student Board and is excited for the amazing programs for this year!
I am a sophomore at Binghamton, currently double majoring in Psychology and Art History. This is my first year on Challah for Hunger Board and I could not be more excited! I cannot wait to bake a difference in the Binghamton community. During my summer I helped spread Challah for Hunger's message of ending hunger and advocacy at my camp, URJ Eisner Camp. Cannot wait to help make the world a breader place.
Marissa is a sophomore from Cherry Hill, New Jersey. She is super excited to be Director of Major Events programming for the entire Hillel community. Major events are a great way for all different types of people to interact and meet one another. She is super excited to plan new and exciting events as well as continue the Hillel traditions such as the welcome back barbecue and Hillel formal. She can't wait to see what this year brings!