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What other organizations are you involved with?
Future Voters of America
NYS Chaplain Task Force
New York Board of Rabbis
Morasha: Union for Traditional Judaism (a group of rabbis, scholars, and laypeople who advocate for a passionate, open-minded approach to Torah study and observance of Jewish law (Halakhah) rooted in classical religious sources and informed by modern scholarship)
American Red Cross
Interfaith Forum for Action
Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance (JOFA)
Yeshiva University, Center for the Jewish Future
Fraternal Order of Police Chaplains, Lodge 777
Uri L'Tzedek (Orthodox Social Justice Movement)
21st Century African Youth Movement
Young Israel of Baychester
Aytzim: Ecological Judaism (Jewish-environmental organization composed of people who care not just about Judaism and the Earth, but about the peace and well-being of all of our planet’s inhabitants, regardless of religion, ethnicity, gender or economic status.)
Hazon Rabbinical Council (an organization working to create a healthier and more sustainable Jewish community, and a healthier and more sustainable world for all)
The Religious Institute (a multifaith organization dedicated to advocating for sexual, gender, and reproductive health, education, and justice in faith communities and society)
International Hypnosis Association
Shore Parkway Jewish Center
Integrative Wellness Coaching Association
Congregation Shearith Israel: Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue
Institute for Jewish Ideas and Ideals
Community Board 11, Brooklyn, NY
World Muslim Congress
Merrimack Valley Havurah
Council for Responsible Genetics
ISPSW Strategy Series: Focus on Defense and International Security
Congregation Ahawas Achim Bnai Jacob and David Seniors Council
Tzu Chi Foundation
What issues are important to you?
Gender Equality, Environment, Sustainability, Human Rights, Leadership
What is your favorite quote?
"There is immense silent agony in the world, and the task of man is to be a voice for the plundered poor, to prevent the desecration of the soul and the violation of our dream of honesty.
The more deeply immersed I became in the thinking of the prophets, the more powerfully it became clear to me what the lives of the Prophets sought to convey: that morally speaking, there is no limit to the concern one must feel for the suffering of human beings, that indifference to evil is worse than evil itself, that in a free society, some are guilty, but all are responsible." Abraham Joshua Heschel
Have you ever attended the Youth Assembly at the United Nations
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