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EMI STIEFEL ALPERIN (She/Her)
Oh hi there! My name is Emi Stiefel Alperin and I am honored to be serving as the president of Hillel at Binghamton. I am a Senior from Minnesota, studying Graphic Design with a Minor in Urban Planning. I really enjoy cooking, meeting new people, crafts, and having fun. I served as the vice president of public relations my junior year and FYSH (First Year Students of Hillel) Director my sophomore year and got to meet and become friends with really cool first years! My favorite part of Hillel is the community. I have met my closest friends through Hillel and I really enjoy meeting new faces at every event. I also really like the pluralistic aspect of our community and the fact that people practice Judaism in different ways. I am excited for an amazing school year!
AMY HELD (She/Her)
Executive Vice President
Amy is a Senior from Long Island majoring in integrative neuroscience with a minor in forensic health. She has served as the C4SJ Director and was the Director of Shabbat Experience, and is so excited to serve on the Executive Board as Executive Vice President for her second year! When she's not planning fun and delicious Shabbat dinners, you can find Amy hanging out with rats in her undergraduate research lab, leading tours around campus or working at the Fleishman Career Center! A fun fact about Amy is that she has taken every JLF!
GRACE DAVIS (She/Her)
Vice President of Community Engagement
Grace is a senior 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. She she served as the Assistant Director for Major Events subgroup and president for Challah for Hunger. This year she is so excited to be joining the Hillel Executive Board as the Vice President of Community Engagement. When not at Hillel, she can be found studying in the library, taking a walk around campus, or grabbing a meal with friends!
EYTAN SPEVACK (He/Him)
Vice President of Jewish Life
Eytan Spevack is a third year student 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, was the co-director of Koach, and is excited to be the VP of Jewish Life! He is looking forward to working with other students leaders to ensure vibrant Jewish events throughout the year. When not at Hillel, Eytan can be found playing ultimate frisbee, attending events at Chabad, and studying and hanging out with his friends in C4.
SARINA SHEILDS (She/Her)
Vice President of Finance
Sarina Shields is a Junior studying Business Administration with a concentration in Management Information Systems. She has been an active member of Hillel at Binghamton serving as a co-chair for the annual Yom Ha'atzmaut celebration, communications chair for the Orthodox subgroup, and a Hillel Engagement Intern. Sarina’s Orthodox background has impacted her involvement in the Hillel community greatly. Growing up she has always felt inclined to take on leadership roles in order to give back to her community. Sarina is excited to join the Hillel at Binghamton Executive Board for the 2023-2024 school year!
MYLES RESNICK (He/Him)
Vice President of Public Relations
Myles is a junior from Queens, NY. He is majoring in Mass Media Studies, along with a minor in Writing Studies. Last year, Myles served as the director of Holidays, and as a BICEP fellow. When he is not at Hillel events with his friends, you can find Myles giving a campus tour, getting a cold brew from Dunkin', or down in the Q Center. He is so excited to be on executive board this year, and cannot wait to bring Hillel to new heights!
ARIELLE SCHLISSEL (She/Her)
Vice President of Programming
Arielle Schlissel is a junior 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. Last year she served as the Director of Bearcats for Israel, and this year will be taking on the role of VP of Programming. When she is not creating innovative events for Hillel at Binghamton, 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 Vice President of Programming!
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