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Meet the Assembly
BRYANT BERKOWITZ (He/Him)
Director of First Year Students of Hillel (FYSH)
Hi! My name is Bryant and I am a senior from Warwick, NY majoring in History with minors in Spanish and Israel Studies. Last year I served as the Executive Vice President for Hillel and I'm looking forward to another incredible year as President of FYSH. Judaism has always played a huge role in my life, as some of my biggest passions include USY, Camp Ramah in the Berkshires, and of course, Hillel at Binghamton. I am also a member of the Ultimate Frisbee club and a brother of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. I’m so excited for an amazing year and can't wait to meet everyone!
JULI BERMAN (She/Her)
Director of Keshet (Hillel's LGBTQ+ Subgroup)
Juli Berman is a junior from Riverdale, New York. She is double majoring in biology and statistics, and hopes to go into biostatistics one day. Juli was Education Chair of Keshet last year, and is excited to continue leading Keshet as the director this year. When not at Keshet events, Juli can often be seen tutoring at the CIW library.
HAYLEY SCHREIBER (She/Her)
Director of Kaskeset
Hayley is a sophomore from New Rochelle, NY, majoring in Nursing. Before coming to Binghamton, she spent a year in Israel studying at MTVA. Hayley is passionate about Judaism and singing and is so excited to represent the extremely talented members of Kaskeset! When she's not singing, you can find her doing yoga, reading, drinking hot chocolate, and doing fun things with her friends. Hayley can't wait to perform at more Hillel events and see you all at Dollar Show, Semester Show, and more!!
EMMA HAYNES (She/Her)
Co President of the JLIC Student Board
Emma is a senior from Long Island majoring in Environmental Studies and minoring in Judaic Studies. She has served on the OSH/BIMA/JLIC Board since her freshman year and is excited to continue now as Co-President of JLIC! Outside of Hillel, Emma loves baking, buying new plants, and hiking. She can’t wait for an amazing semester!
CARA MOSKOWITZ (She/Her)
Co President of the JLIC Student Board
Cara Moskowitz is a Junior from Englewood, NJ studying business administration with concentrations in marketing and supply chain management. Last semester Cara served as PR Chair on the BIMA E-Board. In her free time she likes to play mahjong, bake and spend quality time with friends. She looks forward to serving as JLIC Co-President this semester!
MYLES RESNICK (He/Him)
Director of Holidays
Myles is a sophomore from Queens, NY. He has loved being a part of Hillel since his first Shabbat dinner on campus and served on Koach General Board this past year, along with being one of the cochairs for Yom Ha'atzmaut. On the rare occasions that he is not in the Hillel office, you can usually find Myles hanging out with friends, getting an iced coffee from Dunkin, or rewatching Glee. He is so excited wait to be the director of Holidays and is so excited for the amazing year ahead.
EYTAN SPEVACK (He/Him)
Director of Koach (Conservative Judaism)
Eytan Spevack is a sophomore from Bronx, New York, majoring in psychology. Before coming to Binghamton, Eytan spent a year studying and volunteering in Israel on the the Nativ College Leadership Program. At Binghamton, Eytan has worked on the Koach Board, and was the co-director of Koach this past spring. He is excited to continue as Koach director in the Fall! He is looking forward to working with and planning events for the Conservative Jewish community at Binghamton. When not at Hillel, Eytan can be found playing ultimate frisbee, leading tours for prospective families, and studying and hanging out with his friends.
SOPHIA SLOVES (They/Them)
Director of Hillel Outdoor Pursuits (HOP)
Hi I am Soph and I am beyond excited for the first year of Hillel Outdoor Pursuits (HOP)! I am a senior studying Environmental Policy and Judaic Studies. My favorite time of the week is Shabbat because I get to do some of my all-time favorite activities: going to Kabbalat Shabbat, baking bread, and going to the farmers market. I love baking, spending time outside (duh), the color pink, befriending people in stores, crafting, gardening, glitter, and farm animals. I cannot wait for a new year of making friends, learning about the environment, and walking in nature.
GRACE DAVIS (She/Her)
President of Challah for Hunger (C4H)
Grace is a junior from Westchester, New York, studying Business Administration, with a concentration in Marketing. During her freshman year, she got involved with Hillel through JLF her first semester and attended FYSH events throughout the year. Last year, she served as Assistant Director for Major Events subgroup and now is super excited to be the president for Challah for Hunger this year. When not at Hillel, she can be found studying in the library, taking a walk around campus, or grabbing a meal with friends!
ALEXA PLOTKIN (She/Her)
Director of the Committee for Social Justice (C4SJ)
I am Alexa Plotkin and am a sophomore from Plainview, New York. I am majoring in human development and minoring in education. I started at Hillel as a freshman by attending weekly shabbat and it became a place where I met so many new friends and became interested in Jewish life on campus. I volunteered at my synagogue and was active in BBYO, but my driving force to get more involved in Social Justice happened at the Reformed Action Center of Reformed Judaism convention. Over the summer I work at Mid Island Day Camp. I can't wait to get more involved in my new role!!
NOA POPKY (She/Her)
Director of Senior Programming
Noa is a senior majoring in Psychology and minoring in Education and Judaic Studies. She lives in Rockaway, NJ but her summer home is Camp Ramah in Canada. When she is not at a Hillel event or doing Hillel work, she is a tour guide on campus or success coaching other students in Appalachian! The other programming she does on our campus combines her love for camp and Binghamton as a Ramah College Network fellow. Noa has spent the last year as VP of Programming for Hillel and she is so excited to continue programming for the senior community this year!
JESSICA SHERIN (She/Her)
Director of Major Events
Jessica Sherin is a junior from Rochester, New York. She is double majoring in History and
Biological Anthropology. Her favorite Hillel events to attend are shabbat diners, and the
awesome programs. Last year, she was a Hillel engagement intern and is looking forward to
being the next director of major events. She is also a member of the Binghamton Rowing Club
and serves as a representative on SA congress. When she’s not on campus you can find her
teaching ski lessons at Greek Peak.
ILANA WINTER (She/Her)
Director of Education
Ilana Winter is a Senior from Silver Spring, Maryland who is majoring in Political Science and Arabic. Ilana has been involved in Hillel since Freshman year, and served as the Education Director during the 2021-2022 school year. Before starting Binghamton she spent a year in Israel as a goat shepherd, and she is a proud Nativ 38 alumnus. When she is not submersed in Hillel politics Ilana can be found looking for dogs to pet, setting up sound equipment for BSSL, or camping out in the Hillel Beit Midrash.
ARIELLE SCHLISSEL (She/Her)
Director of Bearcats for Israel
Arielle Schlissel is a sophomore from Queens, New York, majoring in psychology. She became involved with Hillel during her first semester when she was one of the three Aroma Cafe chairs. When she is not working on programming for Bearcats for Israel, Arielle can be found taking care of her plants, spending time with her sisters in Kappa Kappa Gamma, listening to music, or going to Starbucks with her friends. She is so excited to be the new Director of Bearcats for Israel and share her love for Israel with Hillel!
SHAYNA MONASCH (She/Her)
Director of Reform Jews of Hillel (RJH)
Shayna is a senior from Westchester County, New York, and is a PPL (Philosophy, Politics, and Law) major with an Anthropology minor. Last year, Shayna served on Hillel’s Assembly as the Director of Shabbat Experience, and she is so excited to now serve as Director of RJH! When Shayna isn’t leading services or planning fun events for the Reform community, you can find her in the Hillel Office or the Hillel Lounge, but if you happen to find her in the wild, she’ll probably be at the campus Dunkin’ with a large iced tea in hand
SASHA KINSLER (She/Her)
Co-Director of Jewish Union of Graduate Students (JUGS)
Sasha is a M.B.A. candidate in the School of Management at Binghamton! She has been heavily involved in campus life throughout her past 4 years in Binghamton and is excited to continue on as a Co-Director of JUGS! She served on the Hillel E-board last year, and in addition to being a Co-Director of JUGS along with Zoë, Sasha also works at the Fleishman Center as a Graduate Assistant. In the future, Sasha would love to work for a Jewish Non-Profit on the management side of things because her passion lies in helping to make Jewish communities thrive. She can't wait to see everything that the new Assembly and E-board accomplish this year! :)
ZOË HANDELMAN (She/Her)
Co-Director of Jewish Union of Graduate Students (JUGS)
Zoë is a graduate student from Niskayuna, NY studying data analytics, leadership and consulting, and marketing. Her previous Hillel experience includes: Social Activities Director of FYSH, Assistant Director of Major Events, and co-chairing Hillel Formal, Yom Hashoah, and Aroma. Zoë is also the current data management intern for Hillel. Feel free to ask her about her croc blog, her cat Padmé, the Adirondacks, or her love of Baxter the Bearcat! She’s really looking forward to working with her co-director Sasha and meeting new grad students this upcoming year!
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