Meet Our Staff
Executive Director, Greater Philly Hillel Network
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Tslil Shtulsaft is thrilled to be the inaugural Executive Director of Greater Philly Hillel Network, a multi-campus Hillel that supports Jewish life across small liberal arts campuses and graduate schools throughout Philadelphia. Tslil had previously served as the Executive Director of the Jewish Graduate Student Network, one of the few organizations in the country dedicated exclusively to supporting Jewish graduate students.
Seeing the opportunity for growth of Jewish life at small liberal arts schools in the region, Tslil was delighted to broaden his impact in 2017 by reviving Hillels In Philadelphia (H.I.P.), a multi-campus Hillel that provides programming to the Hillels at small undergraduate institutions. In the summer of 2019, Tslil and a group of dedicated lay-leaders launched Greater Philly Hillel Network, a multi-campus Hillel focused on Philadelphia’s “Small but Mighty” Hillels, which include West Chester University, Bryn Mawr College and Haverford College and the nationally recognized Jewish Graduate Student Network.
Previously, Tslil received an MBA with a focus on non-profit management from Brandeis University's Heller School for Social Policy and Management in 2013, along with a MA in Jewish Professional Leadership. He is a Moishe house alumnus and has served as the Assistant Director of Cornell Hillel as well as the Director of Youth and Young Adult Programming at Congregation Beth Israel (Vancouver, Canada). Tslil began his professional career at Indiana University Hillel where he served as the Jewish Campus Service Corps Fellow, an experience that made him fall in love with campus work. Tslil lives in West Philadelphia with his incredible wife and adorable daughter.
Program Director, Jewish Graduate Student Network
Mallory has been happily serving as the Program Director for the Grad Network since January of 2019. Mallory is originally from New York and has been working within the Hillel movement since 2015. She considers experiential Jewish education and leadership to be the most transformative element in a person’s Jewish identity.
In addition to working full-time for the Grad Network, Mallory is currently earning her MS in nonprofit management at Gratz College. Mallory is also a certified yoga teacher and fun fact, was also a birth doula for a short period of time. In addition to her work with Hillel, Mallory has worked consistently throughout her career with teens in USY and BBYO.
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!