Hannah studied Hebrew and Jewish Studies for her MA at UCL, and did a BA in History at King’s College London and the University of Toronto. Having been a madricha for Hanoar Hatzioni and keen Limmudnik, she first got involved with UJS as KCL’s J-Soc Events officer. She later became highly involved with campaigns on campus; campaigning for increased Holocaust education, opposing BDS motions and founding the international social media campaign Rethink2014, which opposed Israel Apartheid Week. In 2013, Hannah became the convener of the UJS Disabled Students’ Network, and was also a member of UJS National Council, serving as a Trustee in 2014-15. As UJS President, she is very excited to launch new programmes and projects that are already in the pipeline to present even more amazing opportunities for students across the country.
The primary function of the UJS President is to represent all Jewish students – a task which at times can certainly be difficult to get right. Our student community is richly diverse, with a plethora of contradictory and conflicting opinions. Nevertheless, I’m eager to fulfil the role to the best of my ability and to […]Read more »