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Rachel Aronson   Sustainability & Community Engagement Fellow

Rachel is an educator, dialogue facilitator, and nature lover living in Brooklyn. She comes to Hazon and JOFEE from Resetting the Table, where she worked to open conversation about Israel across difference on college campuses. She has worked on a community farm, lived in an environmental co-op, and planted gardens on her fire escape to bridge her passions for building community and being around fresh-grown vegetables. Rachel is a former Emerson National Hunger Fellow and has a Bachelor of Arts in cultural anthropology and environmental studies from the University of Vermont.

New York, NY | 212.644.2332 x319 | rachel.aronson@hazon.org
Meredith Levick   Director of Sustainability and Community Engagement

Meredith Levick is the Director of Sustainability and Community Engagement at Hazon. She values Jewish communal work as an opportunity to weave together her interests in building transformational learning experiences for a variety of populations and strengthening the collective Jewish community via innovation, adaptability, and thoughtful communication. Meredith received her Master’s degree in Jewish education with a focus on experiential education from The Jewish Theological Seminary. Additionally, she completed a Master’s concentration in Israel education via the iCenter. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature and Spanish from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. Meredith lives in New York City with her husband, Danny, a fellow Jewish communal professional.

New York, NY | 212.644.2332 x360 | meredith.levick@hazon.org
Hody Nemes   Manager of Greening and Climate Initiatives

Hody Nemes joined Hazon after working as a reporter for The Forward’s news and digital teams. A graduate of Yeshivat Maale Gilboa and Yale, he was the advocacy co-chair of the Yale Student Environmental Coalition and a research associate for the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication, which studies public perceptions of climate change. He assisted in the execution of the Limmud NY 2014 conference, and previously served as a communications intern for Hatenuah Hayerukah, Israel’s green party, which regrettably did not improve the party’s electoral fortunes. In his spare time, Hody plays xylophone and steel pan and worries about climate change. He originally hails from St. Louis, Missouri.

New York, NY | 212.644.2332 x326 | hody.nemes@hazon.org