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Class of 2019

  1. Ali Duhan Ali Duhan »

    Jewish Communal Leadership Program Class of 2019

    Ali Duhan, originally from Baltimore, MD, comes to JCLP from Jackson, MS where she has spent the past two years as an Education Fellow with the Institute of Southern Jewish Life. In this role, she traveled throughout the South in order to write and implement Jewish religious school curriculum. Ali graduated from McDaniel College in May 2015 with a BA in Sociology. She is proficient in American Sign Language and spent time working with Deaf students in the Dominican Republic. She also interned at the Baltimore Federation at Jewish Volunteer Connection, where she worked on creating outreach programs for children through programs such as Mitzvah Mission and Camp Tzedek. She is excited to learn through JCLP about the changing landscape of American Judaism and the role that small town Jewish life can play in the broader Jewish world. She plans to study Management of Human Services and Community and Social Systems.

  2. Daniel Kaplan Daniel Kaplan »

    Jewish Communal Leadership Program Class of 2019

    Daniel Kaplan, originally from Highland Park, IL, graduated from Whitman College in May 2010 with a BA in Race and Ethnic Studies. Since March 2014, Daniel has worked as a Community Organizer with the Jewish Council on Urban Affairs in Chicago, IL. Daniel is also a 2016 Avodah Justice Fellow, a 2013 Robert Clark Trust Fellow with the American Friends Service Committee, and former Moishe House resident. As a JCLP student, Daniel looks forward to learning about leading Jewish social justice organizations with efficacy, integrity, and rootedness in Jewish history and values. He plans to study Management and Community and Social Systems.

  3. Emily Cloch Emily Cloch »

    Jewish Communal Leadership Program Class of 2019

    Emily Cloch, originally from Deerfield, IL, is a 2016 graduate of the University of Michigan. She received her BA in Cultural Anthropology and minored in Community Action and Social Change. Emily was a counselor with a wilderness therapy program based in Salt Lake City, UT where she led teen groups. She is deeply committed to outdoor education and wilderness therapy, having served as a Cabin Counselor and Wilderness Trip Leader with Birch Trail Camp for Girls in Minong, WI during the 2011, 2013, and 2014 summers . As an undergraduate, Emily was a Research Assistant with the Intergroup Relations Ethnicity Research Project. She plans to study Interpersonal Practice with a focus on Children and Youth.

  4. Jordyn Rosenzweig Jordyn Rosenzweig »

    Jewish Communal Leadership Program Class of 2019

    Jordyn Rosenzweig is from West Bloomfield, MI and graduated with her BA in Psychology with a Minor in Judaic Studies from the University of Michigan in May 2017. She interned with Jewish Family Services in West Bloomfield, MI during Summer 2016 and volunteered with the Ann Arbor Jewish Community Center during Fall 2015. Jordyn worked as a Camp Counselor during Summer 2014 at Tamarack Camps in Ortinville, MI. During her time at Michigan, she has been an active participant with Hillel, Repair the World, Peace Neighborhood, and Wolverine Support Network. She plans to study Interpersonal Practice with a focus on Mental Health.

  5. Josh Musicant Josh Musicant »

    Jewish Communal Leadership Program Class of 2019

    Josh Musicant, originally from Toms River, New Jersey, graduated from the University of Michigan in April with a degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE) and Women's Studies, where his research investigated previous scholarship on the intersection between feminism and animals. As an undergrad, Josh worked as a Residential Advisor and founded Michigan's chapter of Epsilon Eta, the 2nd professional environmental fraternity in the country. Josh is studying Social Policy and Evaluation and Community and Social Systems where he hopes to gain adequate knowledge and resources to practice constitutional and public defense law. He is excited to enter a community which prioritizes social justice advocacy and intellectual rigor via our explorations of Judaism within the JCLP.

  6. Rachel Wall Rachel Wall »

    Jewish Communal Leadership Program Class of 2019

    Rachel Wall, originally from Mountain View, CA, comes to JCLP from the Hebrew Day School of Ann Arbor where she has held the position of Office Manager since June 2014. She received her BS in Education and Social Policy from Northwestern University. Since graduating in May 2011, Rachel has been a Community Life Coordinator with Community Builders in Chicago, Religious School Teacher with Congregation Bet Chaverim in Canton, MI and Beth Israel Congregation in Ann Arbor, and a Daily Living Coach with Intentional Communities of Washtenaw County. She plans to study Management and Community and Social Systems.

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