Judith Belasco is Hazon’s Director of Programs, which includes guiding all of Hazon’s Rides and Jewish food education work as they continue to grow. Judith is a Registered Dietitian (RD) and graduated with a Masters of Science in Nutrition and Public Health from Columbia University and holds a Bachelors degree in Urban Studies from Vassar College. Prior to coming to Hazon, she was the Program Coordinator of Linking Food & the Environment (LiFE) where she designed, conducted, and evaluated an after-school cooking programs in East Harlem for grades 3 through 6.
In North America please contact Judith: email@example.com
David Brown is currently coordinator of the Jewish Social Action Forum, working on their Climate Change & Fairtrade campaigns. David’s previous roles at Redbridge JCC & UJIA included developing resources for informal Jewish education; training youth & student leaders; creating and implementing UJIA Lead Now (a leadership development scheme for sabbatical youth and student workers including internships across corporate, communal and social justice organisations); and project managing myfund (a teen philanthropy programme). David has a BA in Youth Studies and is a graduate of the Machon L’Madrichei Chutz L’Aretz – Institute for Diaspora Leadership in Jerusalem.
In Europe and UK please contact David: firstname.lastname@example.org
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: Siach@heschel.org.il