David is Moishe House’s Pod Manager for the Eastern U.S. He is passionate about Jewish communal engagement and helping to inspire today’s youth to engage with Judaism in a way that feels natural and exciting. He believes Moishe House is an organization that is doing something practical to engage those who might not be interested in Jewish communal values in a sustainable and exciting way!
David served in Washington, D.C. in many roles in the Jewish foreign policy space, including as the Program Officer for the National Coalition Supporting Eurasian Jewry (NCSEJ), where he monitored Russian-language international media for developments on Jewish communal issues, researched the foreign policy of post-Soviet states, and drafted memos for meetings between U.S. and foreign diplomatic representatives from post-Soviet Eurasia.
David holds a B.S. in Diplomacy & International Affairs and a B.A. in Economics from Seton Hall University, and a certificate in Russian language from the Faculty of Philology at Saint Petersburg State University in Russia.