Meet Our Staff
Director, Jewish Graduate Student Network
Mallory loves serving as Director of Grad Network. Mallory is originally from New York and has been working within the Hillel movement since 2015, joining the Greater Philly Hillel team in 2019. She considers experiential Jewish education and leadership to be the most transformative element in a person’s Jewish identity.
Mallory recently earned her MS in nonprofit management at Gratz College and is also a certified yoga teacher.
Mallory is a vegetarian, loves animals, especially her little dog, Lip, and is a big fan of musical theater and traveling. Mallory would love to meet up with you and get to know you more!
Executive Director, Greater Philly Hillel Network
Jeremy came to GPHN in July of 2021 excited to lead an organization of which he was a beneficiary as a Swarthmore College student. He looks to activate student and organizational networks to improve Jewish life on (and off) campuses throughout the Philly region.
He brings Jewish wisdom and people together wherever they may be, recognizing that each of us is created with unique value and that Jewish pluralism makes meaningful space for belonging. It helps that he is a rabbi.
Prior to GPHN, Jeremy was the Head of School at Albert Einstein Academy Jewish Day
School in Wilmington, DE; the Senior Jewish Educator at the University of Delaware Hillel; a pulpit rabbi in Mt. Kisco, NY, and before that in Washington, DC. He is a Rabbis Without Borders Fellow and a Gender Equity in Hiring Project Advocate. His love of Jewish education stems from his years as a founding staff member at Camp Ramah Darom.
Jeremy is always game for a cup of coffee, conversation, and connection. He enjoys cooking, reading, and spending time with his three children.