The CAMERA Fellowship supports student leaders to develop and strengthen their pro-Israel activism on campus. With the school year underway, InFocus is giving you an inside look into the lives of the 2016-17 CAMERA Fellows who are working hard to promote the facts about Israel on campus.
Meet Lily Greenberg Call.
Born and raised in California, Lily Greenberg Call is a rising sophomore at the University of California, Berkeley and is studying Political Science.
Lily’s interests in Israel advocacy began in high school. She was elected the president of her high school’s Israel advocacy club, and has been involved with AIPAC since her freshman year of high school.
After high school, she began to cover the events leading up to Operation Protective Edge during the summer of 2014. Lily continued to report throughout the operation as part of Write on For Israel, an Israel journalism and advocacy program. Following that summer, Lily spent a year in Israel on the Young Judea gap year program which incorporates trips around Israel, educational courses, and volunteer work around the country.
With a passion for Israel, Lily now serves on the Board of Bears for Israel, a CAMERA-supported group. This September, she was quoted in the Algemeiner following the discovery of a controversial anti-Israel course called “Palestine: A Settler Colonial Analysis.” She is excited to be a CAMERA Fellow this coming year and strengthen her abilities to advocate and defend Israel on a campus with such a harsh anti-Israel bias.