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Ionas Con

I was born 1985 in Jitomir, Ukraine but moved Soroca, Moldova when I was young. After high school I moved to Chisinau to study and immediately became interested in Jewish organizations, such as Hillel. I went on Taglit trip in 2007 and it was amazing experience. After my bachelor degree from Moldova State University, I worked as credit analyst in a commercial bank. While working I continued my studies and obtained a Master Degree in 2008. In 2012 I moved to the US to continue my education at ORT Zarem Golde Technical Institute for a CPA degree. In the fall of 2013 I came to the Moishe House Chicago RSJ and it quickly became a big part of my life. As a resident I hope to bring the same feeling to others who stop by our House.


Roman Kobrin

Born in Kiev, Ukraine, Roman grew up in the Chicagoland area. A graduate of Illinois State University, where he was active in AEPi, Roman works as a financial advisor.


Galina Mironova

Born in Kiev, Ukraine, Galina grew up in between Cleveland, OH and Brooklyn, NY. A graduate of Miami University in Ohio with a Bachelor's in Psychology, she then went on to study Naturopathic Medicine at UBCNM in Connecticut. Currently, Galina works in a Naturopathic private practice in the Lakeview/Lincoln Park area. She is a group leader for Ezra (Birthright) and has been heavily involved in the Jewish community everywhere she has lived. Having moved from New York to Chicago a little over a year ago, she is thrilled to be one of the new Moishe House residents.


Veronika Shubin

I was born in Vitebsk, Belarus. I was 3 years old when my family decided to do an aliyah to Israel and i spent the next 15 years of my life in a city close to Haifa. Moved to Chicago in 2005. Graduated with a BA in Chemistry from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Been active in the Chicago North shore Jewish community, teaching in temples and prepared young jewish adults for their Bar/Bat mitzvahs.

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