The CAMERA Fellowship program supports student leaders in developing and strengthening their pro-Israel activism on campus. With the school year underway, InFocus is giving you an inside look into the lives of our 2016-17 CAMERA Fellows, who are working hard to promote the facts about Israel on campus.
Meet Hannah Pomerantz.
A sophomore student at Case Western Reserve University, Hannah Pomerantz is studying History and Political Science. Since her first visit to Israel in 2012, she has felt a profound connection with the state, which sparked her interest in advocacy.
Hannah has been an active member of pro-Israel groups Israel’s CWRU and Cleveland Hillel, the campus Jewish cultural center. Through these student groups, Hannah advocated for Israel this past school year on her campus.
As a CAMERA Fellow, she will continue to promote Israel and hopes to deepen the student body’s understanding of Israel. “I understand the importance and challenge of promoting both a positive and accurate image of Israel in the news and with my campus community. I am very excited about working with CAMERA to teach students about all that Israel has to offer,” says Hannah.
Hannah hopes to develop her leadership skills as a CAMERA Fellow and aspire to one day hold a position in a public office which will allow her to strengthen the relationship between Israel and the United States. She is proud to be advocate for Israel as a CAMERA Fellow and looks forward to being a voice for Israel this coming year on her campus.