Hannah Bartell is a Senior from Westchester, Majoring in Judaic Studies and Minoring in Education! Judaism has always been a crucial part of Hannah's Life and she was immediately drawn to Hillel. She got involved in Hillel her Freshman Year when she co-chaired Aroma Cafe, was on the FYSH leadership team, and was the volunteer coordinator for Yom Haatzmaut. Last year she had the privilege of serving as the First Year Students of Hillel director on the assembly. Hannah is ecstatic for all this coming year with bring and all the amazing people she gets to work with. When she’s not in the Hillel office, Hannah can be found hanging with her Sigma sisters, staffing USY events, making target runs or visiting April the giraffe at the Binghamton zoo.
Rachel is a senior from Long Island, NY triple majoring in Philosophy, Political Science, and Classics and minoring in Religious Studies. Rachel can typically be found making friendship bracelets on the spine, crafting in the STEAM room or noshing on some delicious challah for hunger challah. After serving as the president of Challah for Hunger last year, Rachel is super excited to embrace her next challenge as Hillel’s Executive Vice President for the 2019-2020 school year. Hillel has provided an amazing family, support network and meal plan for Rachel over her past three years at Binghamton and she is super excited to help give those things back to the Hillel community this year!
Anna Dlott is a Junior double majoring in Chemistry & Spanish with a minor in Global Studies and will be serving as the Vice President of Engagement on the Executive Board this year. She previously served as the Director of Reform Jews of Hillel and is excited to continue serving this year in a new role. Hillel has played a large role in shaping her college experience and she hopes to share her passion and connect with other students. She is so excited to see what this year brings and would love to get to know current and new students who are interested in Jewish life. When she is not at Hillel Anna can be seen playing on the women’s club soccer team, serving as an ambassador for the Gift of Life, and is an active member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
Vice President of Engagement
Sophia is a senior from Bergen County, New Jersey majoring in English Rhetoric with a minor in Women and Gender Studies. But really, she spends most of her time on campus hanging out in our Hillel spaces, working to foster our strong and inclusive pluralistic community. After serving as the Director of Education and the President of Koach, she cannot wait to support our pluralistic vision as VPP! She loves that our Hillel can be a space for anybody and everybody to feel comfortable practicing their Judaism. Outside of Hillel, she can be found DJing at WHRW, giving tours around campus or traveling America on a bus!
Vice President of Pluralism
Jake Abrams is a junior majoring in accounting in the School of Management. Fresh out of Long Island, NY, he started his Hillel career by participating in FYSH (First Year Students of Hillel) before moving on to serve as the Treasurer of Challah for Hunger, one of Hillel’s subgroups this past year. Jake is eager to begin his journey as the Vice President of Finance this year, and looks forward to working with his fellow board and assembly members, along with meeting new members! When he’s not in the Hillel office, Jake can be found driving around town in a big blue bus, serving on a student conduct hearing, TA’ing astronomy, or even going to class!
Vice President of Finance
I’m Maddy Gold and I’m a sophomore in the School of Management studying Business Administration with concentrations in Marketing and Leadership & Consulting. Last year, I was an Aroma Café Tri-chair, a Yom Hashoah Co-Chair, and the volunteer coordinator for Yom Ha'atzmaut. I am also Hillel at Binghamton’s development intern and a sister of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi. Hillel has allowed me to meet my best friends as well as make amazing memories and I cannot wait to show everyone how amazing Hillel at Binghamton is through PR!!
Vice President of Public Relations
Malka Chu is a junior from the Lower East Side of New York, majoring in Business Administration with a Concentration in Marketing. Malka is proud to be the VP of Programming for Hillel as she loves planning events that can appeal to every type of Jew. She is also a member of Kaskeset, Binghamton’s only Jewish a cappella group. The highlights of her week are attending Meals on Wheels and singing Kabbalat Shabbat with the Hillel community.