Naomi is a junior 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.
My name is Ethan Feuer, and I cannot wait for his year as Vice President of Pluralism 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 Sophomore, 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!
Bradley Goldman is a Junior 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, Vice President of Pluralism last year and is thrilled to be this year's Vice President of Finance for Hillel. Judaism has been a major aspect of his life since he can remember. He is excited to 'mash his passions' by serving both in the business and jewish realms on campus. When not in the Hillel Office, Bradley can be found at the AEPi house where he serves on the executive board, Academic A practicing for a case competition, or watching sports in his apartment.
Erez is a Senior, majoring in Graphic Design and minoring in Israel Studies. He is the Vice President of Public Relations for the great Hillel at Binghamton. He believes in creating a professional, engaging and fun image of Hillel that is inviting to Jewish students from all walks of life. Engaging and relating to everyone will bring diversity, excitement and energy to Hillel that will continue to enrich the lives of all during their time at school. He is always open to suggestions and collaboration, so don’t hesitate to reach out. Make sure to like and follow Hillel on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter and sign up for our Mail list for everything Hillel at Binghamton!
Ilana Forchheimer is a senior from Westchester, New York majoring in Human Development with minors in Education, Israel Studies, and Judaic Studies. From the very beginning of her Binghamton college experience, Hillel was an immediate home for her. She immersed herself with Hillel’s amazing people, programs, and leadership and Hillel very quickly became a place of comfort, friendship, and support. She has served as a member of the FYSH leadership team, co-chaired Bearcats for Israel’s aroma café, as well as BUnity Shabbat dinner. Additionally, she has served as the Director of Education, Executive Vice President, and has also served on the organization’s Board of Directors since her sophomore year. She could not be more thrilled to be Hillel’s President for the 2017-2018 school year. She is honored to now give back to the community that gave her so much. This upcoming year she hopes to inspire and engage members of the Hillel community and make Hillel truly a home for all Jewish students on campus. She cannot wait to continue being a supporter, lover, and leader of Hillel in the future. When not in the Hillel Office, Ilana is also the Group Tour Coordinator for undergraduate admissions, the chair of the Judaic Studies advisory committee, a Human Development and Education TA, and member of the Education Minor Steering Committee.
Yitzhak is originally from a town just north of Boston and is unbelievably happy that he made the schlepp to Binghamton serving as Hillel's Executive Vice President. Yitzhak is Israel sophomore studying chemistry. After spending a year in Israel before arriving to Binghamton University, he was beyond exciting to find such a welcoming Jewish community at Binghamton University and cannot wait to bring as much as possible to continue making Hillel as great as possible. Outside of Public Relations, Yitzhak has been involved on campus in various ways, such as student government and being a member in Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity, and its leadership board. He is always hear to have a conversation, PR related or anything. Extra points if it's literature or plant related.
Carli is a senior from New Rochelle, New York majoring in psychology and minoring in Health and Wellness Studies. She hopes to pursue a career as a Speech-Language Pathologist after completing her bachelor’s degree. Carli was very active in FYSH (First Year Students of Hillel) during her first two years at Binghamton and also acted as an Engagement Fellow under the Engagement Council. She is very exciting to utilize her passion for inclusivity to create a warm and welcoming Jewish community in Binghamton for her second year as Vice President of Engagement. Carli is a proud Binghamton student who cannot wait to show every Bearcat that walks through our doors that Hillel is a place they can call their home-away-from-home and she is thrilled to play a role in that.