Anna Hanau is the Associate Director of Programs at Hazon. She is the co-author of Food for Thought, Hazon’s Sourcebook on Jews, Food and Contemporary Life, written during her previous stint at Hazon (2004-2007), which also included serving as the NY Ride Coordinator for the 2005 and 2006 Rides.  Between 2007-20010 Anna was the Farm Manager at Adamah, managing a 4-acre organic farm and supplying the White Plains Hazon CSA. She is a graduate of the Jewish Theological Seminary and Barnard College, and is originally from Vancouver, B.C. Anna and her husband Naftali Hanau co-founded Grow and Behold Foods, a kosher pastured meat business in 2010.  They live in Brooklyn and keep a flock of chickens in the backyard.

In North America please contact Anna:

Claire Nacamuli is currently Social Action Coordinator at JHub. She leads the Jewish Social Action Forum (JSAF), a group of over twenty organisations spanning the spectrum of the community, to increase the UK Jewish Community’s engagement with social action. A big part of Claire’s Jewish identity is social action, initiated by volunteering for the international development charity Tzedek in Zimbabwe in the ‘90s twice (!) Before JHub, Claire worked at Rethink Mental Illness, challenging attitudes and behaviour around mental health for the national anti-discrimination campaign Time to Change, training professional audiences .Claire holds a Masters in Leadership for Sustainable Development from Middlesex University through Forum for the Future, as well as a BA (Hons) in Development Studies.

In Europe and UK please contact Claire:

Limor Friedman currently serves as the Siach program coordinator at The Heschel Center. Upon completing her BA and MA in English literature from Bar-Ilan University, Limor became the Jewish Learning Initiative senior educator at University of Pennsylvania for four years. During her time at Penn, Limor mentored and advised student leaders, organized and spearheaded all Hillel Tzedek and Chessed activities on campus, and taught Jewish classes. In addition, Limor sat on the board of Partnership 2000 of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, which joined her hometown of Netivot with her work place – Philadelphia. The only thing that equals Limor’s passion for Siach and social justice is her family – her two children: Noa and Yedidya, and her husband, Mordy.

In Israel please contact Limor:

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