Bradley Goldman is a Senior from Rockland County, New York majoring in Accounting and minoring in Judaic Studies. As he arrived at Binghamton, he realized that Hillel was home. He has served as a the Director of Holidays, VP of Pluralism, and VP of Finance last year and is thrilled to be Hillel President for the 2018-2019 school year. Judaism has been a major aspect of his life since he can remember and was automatically drawn to Hillel. He believes that Hillel is a place that allows college students to expose themselves to Jewish leadership, pluralism and shabbat, and professional experiences that ultimately prepare students for post-college life and beyond. He is honored to now give back to the community that has given him so much.
When not in the Hillel Office, Bradley can be found at the AEPi house, giving a tour around campus, or in the Student Association office where he serves as a congress representative.
My name is Ethan Feuer, and I cannot wait for this year as Executive VP for our incredible Hillel! I live in East Northport, New York, which is a small town on the north shore of Suffolk County, Long Island. I am a Junior, planning on studying English and Education, to hopefully one day become a teacher. I live on campus, in O'Connor in Dickinson. Aside from Hillel, I have been active in the Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity, the Emerging Leaders Program, the Public Speaking Lab, and as of recent, the Meditation Club! Let's have an amazing year!
When our Vice President of Pluralism isn’t farming, composting with the Committee for Social Justice, volunteering with the Physics Outreach Project, or learning Talmud barefoot, you can probably catch Nina hammocking on the peace quad brainstorming pluralism and the future of American Jewry. Straight out of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and studying comparative literature, history, and Judaic studies, Nina plans to bring her passions for spirituality and sustainability to our Hillel community.
Allie is a 3rd year student at Binghamton, graduating with a B.A in Psychology at the end of the year! She is so excited to be serving on the Hillel E-Board as Vice President of Programming. Allie is from West Hartford, CT and during her 2nd year at Binghamton she co-chaired the Yom Ha'atzmaut event on campus! She is looking forward to helping her council run amazing events and lending a hand in many different aspects of programming throughout Hillel!