WHO ARE THE PEOPLE THAT RUN THE MOVEMENT THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
Josie joined RSY-Netzer in 5776 after she went on Israel Tour and was immediately drawn to the ideology and community feeling RSY-Netzer gave her. Her love and devotion to the four pillars of RSY-N and her passion for social activism and change has fuelled her connection to the movement and inspired her to continue her journey as a Movement Worker. After leaving Immanuel College, she read English Literature and Language at the University of Nottingham whilst getting involved in as much RSY-Netzer kef as she possibly could. Josie could not be more excited for the year ahead and suspects great things are coming for RSY-Netzer in the post-pandemic world!
Phoebe joined RSY-Netzer in 5769 at the earliest opportunity after being inspired by her siblings and fellow Kol Chai members who had attended in years past. She has been involved ever since which has shaped her ascent into adulthood by forging lifelong friendships and becoming more politically and socially active. She attributes her passion for Reform Jewish activism and music to RSY-N, and her devotion to inclusivity. After studying History and Politics and graduating from the University of Sussex, Phoebe is overjoyed to be working for the Movement that has supported her for so many years and hopes to provide the most unforgettable experience for all those involved in a truly special movement.
Please contact Phoebe is you have any questions about Choref, Tour, Shemesh, or Reform community outreach.
Az joined RSY-Netzer in 5773 for her first Shemesh and was hooked ever since. RSY-N gave Az the opportunities to connect with her Reform Jewish identity in a ways which she didn’t see possible before. After leaving JFS school she went on to Shnat Netzer where she got to develop her leadership skills and connect more to the movements ideology and values of RSY-N which helped shape the person she is today. Currently, Az is in her final year of University, studying International Relations but couldn’t turn down the opportunity to Movement work for RSY-Netzer, and is so excited about the RSY-Netzer magic the team is going to make in the year ahead.
Head of Safeguarding and Wellbeing
Director of Informal Education
Charlotte Agran is the Director of Informal Education. Charlotte comes from a background in Holocaust education and community cohesion and joined the Movement for Reform Judaism in 2021. She supports RSY-Netzer with its continued effort to improve the quality, delivery and impact of the educational opportunities on offer. Charlotte’s here to help RSY-Netzer champion the next generation of young Reform voices, action and leadership. She would love to hear from you, so please drop her an email and say a little hello.
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