Who are the people that run the movement throughout the year
Talia is a Hampstead Garden Suburbs gal and coming into her 10th year in RSY-Netzer. She loves how RSY has helped her develop her Jewish identity and provided friends for life, especially after going on Shnat (RSY's gap year programme). Having just graduated from the University of Leeds, she is keen to put her heart and soul into making RSY-Netzer the place to be!
Please contact Talia if you have any questions about Choref (Sheleg and Kerach), Shnat or Shemesh
Joel grew up in Pinner, attending Hatch End Masorti Shul. He joined RSY-Netzer on Israel Tour 5771 and fell in love with the RSY-Netzer community. After taking a gap year travelling around South-East asia, India and China, he went to the University of Leeds to study biochemistry and graduated last year. Joel is exceptionally excited to be working with the new team during 5778.
Please contact Joel if you have any questions about Choref (Sheleg and Kerach), Shemesh or Netzafon
Louis began his RSY-Netzer journey on Briyah 5768 at the age of 11, having been brought up at Alyth (NWRS). He participated on RSY-Netzer’s gap year programme in 5775 before attending the University of Liverpool to study Philosophy. His Jewish passion revolves around musical prayer, and is often spotted with a guitar in hand at RSY events.
Please contact Louis if you have any questions about Course Hadracha or Shemesh
Amy grew up just north of London as a keen member of Kol Chai Reform Synagogue before heading to Yorkshire to study speech and language therapy at the University of Sheffield. She fell in love with RSY-Netzer as a very cute and tiny 10 year old on Briyah 5766 and 13 years later couldn't think of anything she'd rather do than be working for this lovely movement for a second year!
Please contact Amy if you have any questions about Israel Tour, Course Hadracha or Shabbaton Darom
Annie is a long-time RSY fan, having joined on Reut and never looked back. She particularly loves Jewish text study, creating pluralist spaces and making memories in sunny Israel. She is fresh out of the University of Leeds, and ready to throw herself into the exciting challenge of Movement Work for the community she loves!
Please contact Annie if you have any questions about Israel Tour, Shnat or Machane B'Yachad (MBY)
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