Interests: Philanthropy, community organizing, Israel education
Stephanie Feit received her BA in History and Hebrew and Judaic Studies from New York University's College of Arts and Science. Stephanie worked as a Graduate Intern at UJA-Federation of New York in the Wall Street and Financial Services Division in 2011-2012, where she had the opportunity to engage business students in UJA-Federation of New York by providing programming of interest. Stephanie also spent time as an Intern at the Jewish Agency for Israel, working with families interested in making Aliyah. She has spent the past three years as a student advisor for the Write-On for Israel program, which educates a select group of high school students in the history of the State of Israel and in how to advocate for Israel on a college campus. It was this program that sparked Stephanie's interest in Jewish communal work, and she is excited to have the chance to continue to serve the Jewish community. Stephanie is a first-year student in the NYU Wagner/Skirball MPA-MA in Hebrew and Judaic Studies program and a Jewish Foundation for the Education of Women (JFEW) fellow. With the diverse and inclusive curriculum provided by Wagner, along with the rich and thought provoking courses provided by the department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies, Stephanie looks forward to using both fields to further her professional development in a public service career to better serve the Jewish community.