Noam Shumakh is an informal Jewish Educator and a lifelong learner who brings her passion working with the Jewish community. Noam is originally from Ukraine and grew up in Israel. While living in Israel, Noam worked for the Israel Birthright Experience and served as a Jewish Educator in Ta\\\'ir, developing and leading educational workshops for Israeli high school students. Noam came to the U.S. as an emissary for the Jewish Agency for Israel (JAFI). She has worked as a Director of Education and Leadership Development at Ezra USA. Noam serves United States Jewish community through her work as a Project Manager of Limmud FSU USA, an annual weekend-long and day conferences for Russian Speaking Jews from the nation and around the world. Noam manages Limmud FSU festivals both on the east and the west coast. Noam truly believes that Limmud FSU is the great platform for Russian Speaking Jewish communities to explore and come together for multidimensional Jewish learning experiences. She holds a degree in sociology and education from Ariel University Center of Samaria.
Limmud FSU brings together and empowers young Jewish adults who are revitalizing Jewish communities and culture in the countries of the Former Soviet Union, as well as in countries with Russian-speaking people, wherever they may be.
Built on the experience of an international group of Jewish leadership, working in close partnership with Limmud FSU volunteer leaders, Limmud provides a rich educational experience – for the community, to the community and by the community.
Limmud FSU shares in the core goals of diversity, learning, community and volunteerism with the other Limmud conferences throughout the world.
COJECO was formed in 2001 as an umbrella organization for grassroots community organizations of Russian-speaking Jewish immigrants in New York to make their voices heard and respected. Today we represent over 30 such network organizations, including young adult leadership groups, Holocaust Survivors, professional associations, arts & culture organizations, and social justice groups.
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