Jillian Juni


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Jillian (she/her) was born and raised in New City, New York. She received a BA in sociology, with a minor in Jewish Studies, from Rutgers University where she was an involved HIllel student and leader. Growing up Jillian spent her summers at URJ Eisner Camp, and following college she worked for Eisner year round. While working, she received a MA in human rights from Columbia University, focusing on women and religion. Jillian met her husband, Mordechai, at Hillel and together they moved to Santa Barbara in 2012. She worked at Santa Barbara Hillel for seven years and in 2017 was awarded Hillel International’s Richard M. Joel Exemplar of Excellence Award. Jillian has been leading the amazing team at Syracuse Hillel since 2019. She has two children, Lev and Aviva, who love Hillel, Otto, and Syracuse. Jillian is passionate about Judaism, women, singing songs for fun, and making the world a better place.

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Ian Solow-Niederman


Ian (he/him) was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. He received a BA in communication, with minors in Jewish Studies and Religious Studies from the University of Colorado. As a student in Boulder he was an active leader with Hillel, Alpha Epsilon Pi, and the University. After college he cemented his love for Jewish communal work with time at AEPi’s Headquarters and the American Hebrew Academy. Over 5 years as the Regional Director for BBYO in Denver he expanded membership, built partnerships, and hosted International Convention 2019. He is currently pursuing a Masters in Jewish Professional Studies from the Spertus Institute. Ian is passionate about college basketball, Taylor Swift, food, and Judaism. 

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Rabbi Sarah Noyovitz


Rabbi Noyo (she/they), grew up in southern New Hampshire, where she fell in love with Judaism. She graduated from Goucher College in Baltimore with a major in psychology and a minor in music. Goucher was also where Rabbi Noyo first got involved with Hillel and Jewish text study. She went on to attend Hebrew College Rabbinical School in Newton, MA, graduating with a Master of Arts in Jewish Studies and rabbinic ordination in 2020. When she’s not working to make Judaism more radically inclusive and accessible, Rabbi Noyo can be found teaching Zumba classes, playing guitar, and dreaming of having a bearded dragon.

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Stephanie Argyropoulos


Stephanie (she/her) was born in Massachusetts and grew up in Stamford, CT. She earned a BA in communications from Curry College and an MBA in Finance from Iona College. After graduating from Iona, Stephanie moved to Boston where she worked for 8 years at the MGH Institute of Health Professions, a graduate school affiliated with Massachusetts General Hospital. While at the Institute, Stephanie received the Partners in Excellence Award for her work on the Interprofessional Rounds. The Interprofessional Rounds is an annual event in which students come together to hear successful examples of how clinical teams collaborate to provide patient centered care. Stephanie has years of experience as a Program Manager and Development Operations Manager. She takes pride in the quality of her work and enjoys working in a collaborative environment. She is eager to join the Syracuse Hillel community and to begin working with, and learning from, this exciting team. When not at work, Stephanie loves traveling to Greece to spend time with her family there. She also enjoys trivia, all things Marvel, and watching hockey. 

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Ronen Tzadok


Ronen (he/him) is a recent graduate from Tel Aviv University with a BA in Film and Television with a concentration in screenwriting. During his last year at university, he was part of "Masa Acher" program at TAU Hillel, promoting an open dialogue about Jewish identity and the place of Israel in the Jewish world. He is a former HR Officer in the Manpower Directorate and the GOC Army headquarters of the IDF. In his free time, he likes to write short stories and scripts, enjoy cinema's classics and to travel. He is from Holon, Israel. 

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Shaina Morrel


Shaina (she/her) grew up in Central Massachusetts before attending the George Washington University in Washington, DC where she studied International Affairs, focusing on culture and human rights. She grew up immersed in the Jewish community - URJ camp, NFTY, Heller High, and in college became deeply involved in GW Hillel and founded a chapter of SAEPi, a Jewish First, Greek Second sorority on campus. Along this journey, Shaina found and fostered her love for the intersections of Judaism and social justice, immersing in learning opportunities and spaces to explore these ideas. In her free time she can be found hiking, spending time with family, practicing yoga, and in the kitchen trying new vegetarian recipes. Shaina is excited to be a part of the Syracuse University and the Hillel International communities, to learn with and from the students, and create meaningful, inclusive and intersectional programming opportunities.