Larry is executive director of Hillel at Brandeis and is an adjunct faculty member of the Hornstein Program. He teaches Jewish community relations and advocacy, community planning, and organizational development at the Hornstein program at Brandeis University. Larry is a consultant to several Jewish organizations, including Hillel, the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, and the New Leaders Project, providing planning and evaluation tools to assist professional and lay leadership.
Aharon lives in Jerusalem where he's the founder and ceo of an about-to-launch internet startup, the co-editor of BlogsofZion.org, the coordinator of a grassroots network of college activist, and an overall laborer on projects for the Jewish Community. As a young man, he could usually be found on the picket lines of some protest or another. Now he's at Tal Bagels staring at his computer screen. In college, he studied political science and Arabic. And most improbably, Aharon is a fan of the falafel on Emek Refaim.
Upon completing her BA in political science at Columbia University, Dyonna made Aliyah in 2002 and obtained an MA in Jewish Education from Hebrew University. From 2003-2006, Dyonna served as Director of Yavneh Olami, an international student organization. She currently works in the Education Department of the Jewish Agency in the field of fundraising. In her spare time, Dyonna sits on the board of Bema'aglei Tzedek, a social justice organization dedicated to promoting social justice in Israel, and is active in several Israeli nonprofits and grassroots initiatives.
Ariel Beery is the editor and publisher of PresenTense Magazine, a co-editor of BlogsofZion.org, a consultant on organizational development and new media utilization, a graduate student at NYU's dual degree program in nonprofit management and Judaic studies, and a frequent contributor to various publications across the Jewish world on contemporary affairs and Zionist thought. Articles by Ariel can be found on www.arielbeery.com, and embarrassing pictures can be found on Facebook.com