Aviva Stein is a 2022-2023 CAMERA Fellow at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst pursuing a Bachelor of Food Science. She is on the board of the Food Science Club and on the board of the Student Alliance For Israel (SAFI). In her free time, Aviva enjoys spending time with friends and family, studying Torah, exploring nature, and of course, trying new foods. Aviva hopes to someday combine her love for food and science with her love for Israel being Jewish.
Hannah Kirsch is a 2022-2023 CAMERA Fellow at Binghamton University. Currently residing in West Orange, NJ, Hannah is an alumnus of the Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School in Livingston, NJ. A sophomore studying psychology at Binghamton University in Vestal, NY, Hannah enjoys writing and is on the staff of the campus paper, the BU Pipe Dream.
Benjamin Denmark is a 2022-2023 CAMERA Fellow currently pursuing a degree in political science. Ben is a passionate Jewish Zionist who is greatly interested in the root of Zionism, from Herzl to Ben Gurion. Ben believes in the staunch advocacy for peace in Israel. On his free time, you’ll find Ben reading up on the history of Israeli foreign policy, or simply watching a Yankees game.
Yoni Manor is a 2022-2023 CAMERA Fellow and undergraduate student studying Film & Television at Boston University. Born in Jerusalem, Israel and raised in Denver, Colorado, he has a strong bond to the Jewish homeland and the Zionist community here in the United States. In his free time he enjoys producing podcasts, making short films, and reading.
Rachel Zaslavsky is a 2022-2023 CAMERA Fellow pursuing a degree in Government and History at William & Mary. She is a passionate Zionist and has interned and studied in Jerusalem. Rachel seeks to prevent students from falling prey to misinformation on social media by educating them about Israel and Israeli history. After university, she hopes to work in Israel advocacy and launch her career in Jewish history. Rachel enjoys traveling, photography, skiing, and eating good food. Her favorite Shabbat activity is to read historical fiction.
Elie Harris is a 2022-2023 CAMERA Fellow and a charismatic speaker and writer with a passion for educating those who are unaware of the truths happening in the Arab-Israeli conflict in the Middle East. Elie’s mother is from Israel, so truth and justice for the Jewish community are both important to him.
Samantha Lewkowicz is a 2022-2023 CAMERA Fellow and law student at the University of East Anglia who is passionate about tackling antisemitism on campus as well as changing the narrative on the Middle East conflict by educating students about Israel.
Talia Segal is a 2022-2023 CAMERA Fellow and a third-year Biomedical Engineering student. Born in South Florida to Jewish parents with family living in Israel, she has been raised a Zionist and cares deeply about the country. On campus, she is most involved in Hillel, where she is the VP of Israel Programming, and Engineers Without Borders, where she leads a project to design and oversee the construction of latrines for a primary school in Malawi. She also enjoys running and playing guitar.
Alon Penzel is a 2022-2023 CAMERA Fellow, Israeli social activist, and journalist. At the age of 15, he published the English book “The Way Life Could Be,” covering the Israeli-Palestinian conflict after participating in the “Seeds of Peace” International Organization. During his military service, Alon served as the spokesperson for COGAT for the foreign media. Alon hosted different TV programs and took part in different organizations such as “Lead,” “Eye2Israel,” and MUN. Alon is currently studying political science and multidisciplinary studies at the University of Haifa.
Tamir Ikan is a 2022-2023 CAMERA Fellow majoring in Political Science and International Relations at Hebrew University.”All my life, I have studied and experienced politics. While my classmates were watching football, I would open the Knesset channel. I hope to give my peers in Israel and abroad insight into the Arab-Israeli conflict and life in Israel.”
Saul Levene is a 2022-2023 CAMERA Fellow at the King’s College London, majoring in English. An aspiring writer with ties to Israel, Saul spent a gap year in Jerusalem to better understand the country and his heritage. He has organized charity events to raise awareness for autism and has written for the Henry Jackson Society and Roar News.
Kylie Heering is a 2022-2023 CAMERA Fellow at the University of California, Los Angeles studying Molecular Biology and Anthropology. A veteran of the Israel Defense Forces and graduate of BINA: The Jewish Movement for Social Change, Kylie brings a unique perspective on the Middle East to UCLA. When she is not found struggling to finish a book before starting the next one, she can be found playing with her dogs, skiing, or hiking.
Jonah Fried is a 2022-2023 CAMERA Fellow at McGill University. A fourth-year history student at McGill University in Montréal, Jonah has also represented first-years at the student union, advocating for harm-reduction policies in McGill residences and contributing to affordable housing policies. When he is not in Montréal, he is often working on political campaigns at home in New York or analyzing archives as an intern at his local historical society.
Alexandra Berman is a 2022-2023 CAMERA Fellow at the University of Miami studying Advertising with minors in Marketing, Psychology, and Music Business & Entertainment Industries. She is striving to work in the field of advertising within the music industry, particularly in artist development and branding. Her passion for Israel has been seen in the various leadership roles she takes on in student organizations including Canes for Israel, CanePAC, and Hasbara Fellowships and she is the Instagram Director for @challabackgirls. Alexandra loves to write songs, sing, and produce music and has four songs on music streaming platforms.
Joshua Abrams is a 2022-2023 CAMERA Fellow at Northeastern University serving as President of Huskies for Israel, Northeastern’s independent pro-Israel student group. Originally from South Florida, Josh is an avid traveler, exploring cities across Israel.
Alex Grosman is a 2022-2023 CAMERA Fellow and third-year international studies and Russian major on the pre-law track at Ohio State. A son of Ukrainian Jewish immigrants, Alex has spoken about Israeli and Ukrainian political causes to media outlets. Alex is passionate about Israel education and helped organize Jewish students to speak out against a BDS resolution proposed by OSU’s student government last year. A member of OSU’s Chabad Student Board, Alex continues to support efforts to recognize Israel’s legitimacy on campus.
Emma Limor is a 2022-2023 CAMERA Fellow and a freshman at Princeton University pursuing certificates in fields including quantitative decision science, finance, diplomacy, and neuroscience. Her primary intellectual interests are optimization, strategy, and Near East policy. On campus, she holds positions including leadership roles on the Daily Princetonian Business Team, the Whig-Cliosophic Governing Council, Society of Women Engineers, the Princeton Tory, and Undergraduate Student Government.
Alexandra Orbuch is a 2022-2023 CAMERA Fellow studying politics at Princeton University. On campus, she writes for The Princeton Tory, the university’s journal for conservative thought, and the Princeton Legal Journal, the university’s undergraduate law review.
Isabella Milgam is a 2022-2023 CAMERA Fellow and a student at Stony Brook University studying Philosophy and Globalization Studies & International Relations. As Vice-President of Seawolves for Israel, Isabella has organized numerous events with the goal of creating a space for Jewish students to embrace their history and identity. By empowering students to learn about Zionism, Isabella believes that students will be inspired to fight for honest and fair reporting of Israel and the future of the Jewish people.
Miriam Blum is a 2022-2023 CAMERA Fellow and Masters student at Tel Aviv University majoring in Diplomacy. After finishing her undergraduate degree at Bar-Ilan University in Political Science and Communications, she moved to Jerusalem to work in the Diplomacy division at Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.