lessons from ROI

lessons from ROI

This month, I’ve been absolutely privileged to enter the amazing ROI Community, a project by the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation aiming to promote and empower young Jewish leaders and changemakers from across the world. Initiation comes at the ROI Summit. It was probably the best conference event I have or ever will participate … Continue reading

the land of MILFs and honey

the land of MILFs and honey

This was an article I wrote for the Jewish national paper, the Jewish Chronicle. With all the adverts being released for Israel Independence Day parties, it was disappointing to find one advert in particular which was inappropriate and highly sexist. My angry fingers got itching. Anyways, having spent weeks researching the Jewish Chronicle‘s coverage of … Continue reading

rethink2014

rethink2014

Over the past few months, a LOT has happened. Surprisingly enough, I ended up launching a social media campaign opposed to Israel Apartheid Week which actually spread worldwide. We had a ridiculous amount of traffic on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and spread worldwide. Even this month, Rethink has been in Chile and is still empowering … Continue reading

memories of a deaf kid

memories of a deaf kid

My earliest memory of being deaf was having a tantrum because my parents wouldn’t let me watch Dumbo without wearing my hearing aids. This was in the precarious period of hearing aid training, when the fallout of my diagnosis mainly comprised of Beanie Baby bribery, TV bribery, and  – yep, you guessed it, the ultimate … Continue reading