Aviva Rosenschein is CAMERA’s International Campus Director. Aviva is a Boston native and received her B.A. in journalism from the University of Massachusetts. She moved to Israel in 2013. Aviva oversees the campus department, developing and implementing unique programs and content for universities reaching from Alaska to London. She also focuses on expanding international operations, and providing training and guidance to students. She has been published in the Jewish Chronicle, the Jerusalem Post, the Washington Free Beacon, and has appeared on Israel Hayom and ILTV. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hali Spiegel is the Director of Campus Programming and Strategic Relationships for CAMERA. A South Florida native, Hali received her B.A. in Cinema Studies and a minor in Mass Communications at the University of Central Florida, where she served as President of CAMERA-supported group Knights for Israel. Hali manages the CAMERA on Campus team in the US, and works to advise and educate students. She loves teaching hands-on techniques to help Israel campus groups succeed. She can be reached by email at email@example.com.
Eitan Fischberger is the Campus Advisor for CAMERA’s Israel office. He made Aliyah with his family in 2004 to Efrat in Gush Etzion and served for three years in the Israeli Air Force. He is currently pursuing his bachelor’s degree in government, diplomacy, and strategy at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (IDC) in Israel. Previously, he interned at the Permanent Mission of Israel to the United Nations in New York, as well as the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs (JCPA). His articles have been published by the JCPA, the Jerusalem Post, Jewish News Syndicate, and the Daily Wire. Eitan hopes to play his part in the fight for Israel’s rights and legitimacy in the international arena. He can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Douglas Sandoval is a Campus Advisor for CAMERA on Campus. He is a writer, public speaker and leader in the Hispanic Evangelical community. A recent graduate from Fuller Seminary in Pasadena, California, Douglas’s passion and zeal for Zionism is deeply influenced by his diverse inner-city upbringing, Central American roots, and desire to empower students on and off campuses to rediscover their shared Judeo-Christian roots. Douglas can be reached at email@example.com.
Sasha Chernyak is a Campus Advisor for CAMERA on Campus. Originally from Russia, she grew up in Portland, Maine from age 9. She received her bachelor’s of arts degree in liberal studies from Bay Path University in Longmeadow, MA, where she minored in history with a specific focus on Israel and international relations. During her freshman year of college, she started a blog that focused on supporting Israel and fighting misinformation. She has worked in civics education and loves working with young people and empowering them to become strong thinkers and strong advocates. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Zac Schildcrout is CAMERA on Campus’s Managing Editor. He grew up in Detroit and received his B.A. in psychology with honors from the University of Michigan, where he also minored in music and applied statistics. Zac became especially interested in accurate Israel reporting after noticing an increase in the popularity of the BDS campaign on his campus, inspiring him to advocate publicly for a fair and accurate representation of Israel’s thriving democracy. He enjoys writing Op-Eds on different issues of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and has completed an academic paper on the psychological mechanisms that drive passionate advocacy for one side or another. He can be reached at email@example.com.
David Leviev is a Campus Advisor for CAMERA On Campus. Originally from New York City, David has lived in 7 states and 4 major U.S. metropolitan areas – giving him the opportunity to engage with many diverse communities, personalities and perspectives. He received his B.A. in Political Science from West Virginia University. After graduating, he continued his focus on student engagement by moving to Washington D.C, serving as a civic instructor for high school and middle school students at the Close Up Foundation. He would later engage college students in the Pro-Israel space through his work at Combined Jewish Philanthropies in Greater Boston. David uses his past experiences in engagement to continue empowering future leaders at CAMERA On Campus. His family’s experiences as Mountain Jewish immigrants from the Former Soviet Union inspire his daily commitment towards supporting emerging leaders. David can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adam Gordon is a Campus Advisor for CAMERA on Campus. Originally from the greater Boston area, Adam recently graduated from UMass Amherst with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science.
With a Zionist upbringing, Adam took a sharp interest in the Middle East from a young age and has spent time living and working in Israel. At age 14, Adam became aware of the unfair and unbalanced coverage Israel receives in the media. While studying at UMass, Adam spoke out against bias and misinformation, leading efforts to educate his peers on where to find honest, fact-based reporting on Israel and the Middle East.
From his own experiences dealing with anti-Zionism on campus, Adam hopes to give the tools and resources necessary for the next generation of students to lead this fight. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Sam Price is the Social Media Manager for CAMERA on Campus. He graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts and an Architecture Minor in 2021. His early interests in art and design were solidified after participating in RISD’s Industrial Design Pre-College Program in 2014. Sam has more than six years of experience exploring areas including graphic design, architecture, product design, and animation in academic, professional, and freelance settings. He hopes to use his design background to further develop CAMERA’s public outreach strategy, composing engaging visual content to counteract the inaccurate representations of Israel that are all too prolific on digital platforms. In his free time, Sam manages an independent creative practice, offering freelance design consulting and artwork commissions. Sam can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Walter Holzberg is a Campus Advisor for CAMERA on Campus. Walter grew up in the New York Metro Area and received his B.S in Public Affairs from CUNY Baruch College. While in school, Walter interned in the offices of several New York City and State officials. These rewarding experiences in politics inspired Walter to help combat the de-legitimization of Israel and to work on behalf of the Jewish people. Walter can be reached at email@example.com.
Georgia Leigha Leatherdale Gilholy is a CAMERA on Campus UK Associate. She recently graduated with a BA in history from King’s College London and will begin an MA in Medieval and Renaissance studies at University College London in September 2019. Her interest in news and history relating to the Middle East began in high school, where she became aware of the British education system’s lack of transparent and accurate information on these topics. She has been interviewed by ITV News London, The Telegraph, and has written for a number of print and online publications. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Millie Walker is a CAMERA On Campus UK Associate studying Ancient History and History at the University of Leeds. She became involved in Israel activism whilst enrolled at a non-Jewish school as she was able to witness the biases and misinformation spread by the media first hand. Millie can be reached at email@example.com