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Spectrum Philly Coordinator
Meet Steven Share!   Steven attended Hebrew High School at Beth El Cherry Hill. where he was Class President and Chapter President for USY.  He led his confirmation class to Israel. This trip changed Steven's life and when he returned he began teaching Hebrew School at shuls all over the Delaware Valley in addition to being a USY... Read more »
Tribe 12 Fellowship Coordinator
A Bala Cynwyd resident, Gratz College graduate and Lower Merion High School alum, Danielle is a lifelong Philadelphian with tons of love for Philly's Jewish community.   Danielle graduated with her Masters in Jewish Studies from Gratz College. Her Israeli & Moroccan background makes her cooking spicy and her Shabbat dinners... Read more »
Repair the World: Philadelphia, Director
Seth grew up in the Philadelphia area, going to Quaker school by day and Hebrew school by night. His commitment to interfaith community and justice led him to HUC's rabbinical school as a Wexner Graduate Fellow. Since his ordination in 2007, he has worked mainly with undergraduate and graduate students, serving most recently as Lehigh... Read more »
The Collaborative Coordinator
Rachel has been a socialite in the Greater Philadelphia Jewish community ever since her early days in Hagesher USY. Since then, she has honed her schmoozing skills at Harriton High School, Boston University, and Camp Canadensis.  When she’s not at work, Rachel is usually at Flywheel or talking about Flywheel, going out... Read more »
Repair the World: Philadelphia, Fellow
Bridget, a Long Island native, has just graduated from the University at Albany, majoring in English and minoring in sociology and women's studies. At Albany, she was an active member of the co-ed community service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega and editor of the Circle K community service club newsletter. If you couldn't tell, service... Read more »
Repair the World: Philadelphia, Team Leader
Loren grew up in Shaker Heights, Ohio and graduated from The Ohio State University with a degree in Psychology. In college she was in The Mount Leadership Society, a scholars group focused on leadership and service, where she participated in a variety of service projects and acquired a passion for education and youth development. She spent... Read more »
2014-2015 Fellows
Repair the World aims to make service and volunteering an integral part of North American Jewish life by inspiring American Jews to give time and effort to serve those in need.  We build and strengthen communities through a variety of volunteer opportunities, including both one-time and regular options, as well as social events for... Read more »
Challah For Hunger, CEO
Carly started her Challah for Hunger journey at the University of Pittsburgh in 2008. Passionate about student empowerment and social justice, Carly worked in the Hillel community and received her master's degree from the Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership. She lives and works in Philadelphia. There, she spends her free... Read more »
Challah For Hunger, Chapter Support Associate
Elana Silberstein serves as our Chapter Support Associate, acting as a point of communication and mentorship for our team of advisors and all of our chapters. Elana graduated from the University of Maryland in 2013 with a degree in Government and Politics. After serving as a Co-President and Co-Founder of the UMD chapter during her undergraduate... Read more »
Law Office of Michael E. Adler, Managing Partner
Michael E. Adler is the managing partner of the Law Office of Michael E. Adler. He focuses his practice on the representation of publicly-traded and privately-held corporations, restaurants, developers and property and financial management companies in complex commercial and litigation matters, including insurance, real estate and contract... Read more »