Avi Wolf

Moishe House Phoenix Alum

Princeton, NJ

Avi Wolf is a PhD Candidate in Chemical & Biological Engineering at Princeton University, focusing in Tissue Morphodynamics. Moving from his roots in Scarsdale, NY, he appreciated experiences in Ann Arbor, where he graduated summa cum laude from the University of Michigan in 2012, and work or research fellowships in Pretoria & Polokwane, South Africa, Berlin, Germany and Minneapolis, MN. Avi then moved to Phoenix, Arizona, where he worked for Intel Corporation for 3 years and led the Arizona Jewish young adult community by founding Moishe House Phoenix with his 3 roommates, hosting nearly 6000 participants in its first two years. Today, Avi is a Princeton community organizer, Jewish leader, and devoted scientist. Although he enjoyed exploring other diverse communities, Avi is glad to be back on the east coast near his family, including nine nieces and nephews, and MetLife stadium, home of the New York Giants.