MEET OUR EDITORIAL BOARD
Fresh Ink is excited to announce our 2019-2020 editorial board. Our team of 10 students come to us from diverse backgrounds, but all share a passion for writing and a desire to engage their Jewish peers. The Board helps develop Fresh Ink, thinking of new and creative ideas on how we can best reach students. In addition to writing, each member also has an opportunity to develop specific skills they would like to hone, such as social media, editing and design.
Sarah is a junior at YULA Girls high school in Los Angeles. She is the Communications Director for California High School Democrats, an editor at Polyphony Lit, a Student Advisory Board member of High School Insider and a junior editor at Siblini Lit. At school, you can find her co-editing the school newspaper, running cross country, speaking as co-captain of the debate, co-leading B’nei Akiva, reading Gemara as part of Moot Beit Din or editing her school’s literary magazine. Sarah loves writing, reading, watching great movies, running, biking and participating in community service.
Josephine is a senior at the Ramaz Upper School in New York City. She is the Co Editor-in-Chief of her school newspaper, the Rampage, and co-captain of her school’s Model Congress, debate and Science Olympiad teams. She is a member of the FARE (Food Allergy Research and Education) Teen Advisory Group and the coordinator of women’s tefillah at her synagogue, Congregation Ramath Orah. She spent this past summer in Israel with the Bronfman Fellowship, and her favorite subjects are biology, computer science and Talmud. This is Josephine’s third year on Fresh Ink’s Editorial Board.
Rachel is a sophomore at East Brunswick High school in N.J. She is interested in political activism, writing, drawing and history. Rachel founded and leads Students Demand Action East Brunswick, a local gun sense advocacy group. She is also the Central Region Coordinator for New Jersey High School Democrats and helped organize the Morristown climate strike in March of 2019
Gabriel is a senior at the Ramaz Upper School in New York City. He has been published numerous times in the student newspaper, Rampage, writes for the school’s literary journal, Parallax and for the yearbook. He is currently class president, a member of the Model Congress team, Model UN team, Debate team, and the science Olympiad team. He enjoys playing tennis in his free time and is a member of the Ramaz tennis team.
Emily is a junior at Schreiber High School in Port Washington, N.Y. She is passionate about dancing, writing and science. Emily is a member of her school’s kickline team, The Portettes, an editor at her school newspaper, The Schreiber Times and a member of various honor societies. In her free time she loves to take dance classes, volunteer at the local hospital and spend time with family and friends.
Sarah is a junior at the Abraham Joshua Heschel High School in New York City. She is the Editor-in-Chief for her school newspaper, Heschel Helios, as well as a grade representative and captain of the Heschel Moot Beit Din team. Sarah is also an engaged member of the Debate Team, the Interfaith Club, Spirit Council and the Gender Equality Club. She has spent the last 12 summers at Camp Ramah! When she is not in school or camp, Sarah enjoys crafts, going to the beach and spending time with her friends.
Victoria is a senior at the Orange County School of the Arts in Orange County, C.A. She is in the Creative Writing conservatory and focuses her studies on Journalism and Physics. Victoria loves to go hiking, stargazing, and essentially lives at the beach. She also enjoys playing the saxophone and traveling whenever she gets the chance. Additionally, Victoria is on the communications board for her NFTY region and works as a Hebrew teacher at her local synagogue.
Yoav is a junior at the Ramaz Upper School in New York City. He play for both the floor and ice hockey team, in addition to the New York City Cyclones’ U-18 Light travel team. Yoav is president of the Ramaz Politics Club and was a social media volunteer or Beto O’rouke’s presidential campaign. An avid biker, he worked at Camp Ramah Nyack as a sports counselor and is currently a group leader at Darkei Noam Synagogue, as well as a volunteer for the American Red Cross.
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