Originally from Merrick, New York, Sylvie Moscovitz is Beth Tzedec’s Teen Engagement Associate. An alumna of Emory University, Camp Ramah, USY and The Schechter School of Long Island, she has spent her life learning, preparing and dedicating herself to becoming a leader in the Jewish community.
Sylvie joined the Beth Tzedec staff after spending six months living in Israel as a Fellow of The Nachshon Project, along with an elite group of young Jewish leaders discussing innovative ways to improve the future of North American Judaism. The Project gave her an opportunity to develop strong leadership skills and explore Jewish identity through an inclusive, pluralistic lens.
While majoring in Religion and Media Studies at Emory University, she was the Ima/President of the Emory Bayit, the Vice President of Tap That (tap dancing club), Publicity Chair of Emory Students for Israel and part of the Alpha Phi Omega national service fraternity.
She has previously worked at Jewish Kids Groups of Atlanta as a Sunday School teacher and at Camp Ramah Canada as a Counselor, Marketing Coordinator and Arts Specialist. Judaism is the most important part of her life and she loves the community, culture and traditions that come with the religion – especially the idea of lifelong learning that pervades it.