The CAMERA Fellowship supports student leaders who are seeking to develop and strengthen their pro-Israel activism on campus. With the school year underway, InFocus is giving you an inside look into who the lives of the 2016-17 CAMERA Fellows who are working hard to promote the facts about Israel on campus.
Meet Rebecca Zagorsky.
As a sophomore at The Ohio State University, Rebecca Zagorsky is studying business and psychology. With a passion for travel, Rebecca loves to see new places and understand different cultural mentalities. Whether she is travelling through Asia or Europe, she always tries to connect with the locals and learn about their values. As an advocate for Israel, Rebecca is able to use her love to connect with all types of people in order to promote Israel across her campus.
Aside from being a traveler, Rebecca is a hard worker. This summer, she is turning an economic textbook into a series of online videos. New to video-editing, Rebecca is teaching herself to edit the videos on the job and even manages to make economics engaging through her videos. With her developing social media skills and love for all kinds of people, CAMERA on Campus is looking forward to seeing Rebecca develop as a Fellow and a pro-Israel voice on her campus this coming year. Rebecca is incredibly excited to be a CAMERA Fellow and is ready to learn as much as she can about countering anti-Zionism on her campus.