Steering Committee Members
|Stacey Bloom||Daniel Lewin|
|Erica Daniel||Noga Nevel|
|Josh Fialkoff (Co-Chair)||Benjamin Rosenbleet|
|Matthew Fox||Debbie Rosenthal|
|Stas Gayshan||Benjamin Sigel|
Tal Unrad (Co-Chair)
Matt Fox-- "I am an assistant district attorney in Norfolk County, and I currently sit on several young leadership boards and steering committees within the Boston Jewish community.ACCESS has provided the opportunity to meet with foreign dignitaries, diplomats and statesmen. It has afforded me the opportunity to speak candidly and intimately with some of the most respected Jewish advocates in the Boston community. I truly believe the best is yet to come."
Alicia Goldstein-- "I currently work at MIT in a program which sends students to do internships in Spanish companies, research institutes and university labs. AJC has it’s finger on the pulse of current events locally and internationally. It has been enriching and educational to be able to, not only have access to information about what is really happening, but to be able to actively advocate and further the mission of AJC."
Houman Hemmati--currently a Clinical Fellow in Cornea and Refractive Surgery at Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Harvard Medical School, and a Research Fellow in Chemical Engineering at MIT. I studied at Stanford, earned my MD at UCLA School of Medicine, and PhD in Developmental Biology Caltech. Then I completed an internship in Internal Medicine at Stanford University Hospital, and residency in Ophthalmology at the Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins Hospital. I've been an active leader with AJC ACCESS in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington, and Boston.Daniel Lewin-- "I'm a financial advisor, love being in the outdoors, traveling and playing with my nieces and nephew. If you strongly believe in Israel's right to exist, then AJC is an important platform in which to get involved."
Josh Steirman-- "I am originally from Vermont, work in government and enjoy skiing and cycling. Please join us! This is a bright and exciting group with a lot to say. In just the past year we have developed a great deal of programming, but we still have a long way to grow. Now is a wonderful opportunity to shape the organization's future direction.
Georgi Vogel Rosen-- "I'm a research analyst at a non-profit serving children with severe behavioral, emotional and learning challenges, and I live in Brookline. I'm involved in AJC because of my passion for human rights advocacy and strengthening inter-ethnic understanding, and I like how the organization focuses on fostering relationships with the international diplomatic corps and local community leaders to effectuate change. AJC takes lay leaders behind the scenes to advocate for our concerns and gives us unprecedented access to influential movers and shakers in the international realm."