Meet the members of CJN Tomorrow

Meet the members of CJN Tomorrow

CJN Tomorrow provides Cleveland Jewish community members between 18 and 40 with an opportunity to advise the Cleveland Jewish News on coverage, events, publications and distribution channels with the goal of increasing overall engagement and readership.

What does being a member of the Jewish community mean to you?

To be a part of something bigger than myself with other people that share the same common values that I do.

What Jewish-type organizations are you involved with?

Hillel, Chabad, AEPi

Why do you stay involved in the Jewish community?

Because it's where I feel most comfortable socially and spiritually.

How do your friends and family shape your Jewish involvement?

All of my family is Jewish and most of my friends are Jewish, so it's really easy to stay involved.

What non-Jewish organizations are you involved with and why?

Kent Running Club. I enjoy running.

Why is CJN Tomorrow important and what do you hope to accomplish through it?

I would like my voice heard as the CJN transitions to a new generation.

What do you like about the Cleveland Jewish News?

Fair and honest reporting on the key events in the community. Also, a great staff that I got to work with personally. (Zach was the CJN’s Irving I. Stone Editorial Intern in summer 2016.)

What is your favorite activity to do in Cleveland?

Attend Cavaliers games

What is your favorite Jewish tradition?

Becoming a bar mitzvah

What is your favorite Israel moment?

One day I'll find out!

What is your favorite Jewish holiday and why?

Passover. I enjoy the seder and getting the family together.

What is your favorite Jewish food?

Gefilte fish.

Were you involved in a Jewish youth organization?

Yes, BBYO.

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