David Borowich

36 Under 36 2009: Where Are They Now

Staff Writer
04/24/2009

Sivan Achor-Borowich:

Married David Borowich. Jewish Hearts for Africa received an operational grant from the Natan Fund and was selected as a finalist in JTA’s Green Beanie awards celebrating Jewish environmentalism.

Wendy Amsellem:

Is in Israel this year on a Mandel Jerusalem Fellowship.

Ronit Avni:

Recently selected to be among 230 "Young Global Leaders" and is producing a film on strategic non-violence in the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Edoe Cohen:

36 Under 36: HEDGE-FUNDERS (and other executives) WITH HEART

05/21/2008
Special Report
Jacob Strumwasser, 24   Young hedge funder who grants micro-loans to Jewish Argentineans     For Jacob Strumwasser, it all began with a Taglit-Birthright Israel trip when he was studying at the University of Michigan. The trip helped him connect with his Jewish past and inspired him to take an active role in building the Jewish future in Argentina.     

Not A ‘Hava Nagila’ Crowd

04/23/2004
Staff Writer
It’s not your zayde’s Yom Ha’Atzmaut. Next Monday, New York’s Jewish community will hold its annual Israel Independence Day celebration, as usual, with singing and dancing. But the music will be contemporary, authentically Israeli. “No ‘Hava Nagila,’ ” says Tzameret Fuerst, co-chair of the event and a founder of the half-year-old Dor Chadash organization that is the main sponsor of the celebration. The dancing will be hip — probably no hora.
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