Moishe House Alumni

As a Moishe House alum, your journey isn’t over when your time as a resident, host, or retreat participant comes to an end.


We’ve created a space for former program participants, residents, and hosts to interact, reminisce, and create a legacy for the young adults following in your footsteps.

Moishe House continues to provide support, engagement opportunities, and guidance for Moishe House Alumni, in addition to providing access to a thriving network of passionate and talented Jewish young adults around the world.

Become a Donor

The amazing experience that Moishe House provides could not be possible without the generous support from donors. Our goal is to create a deep, lasting impact on every person who crosses our threshold. Whether you are helping other Jewish young adults to find their community as a resident, or learning about the culture at one of our immersive retreats, we encourage you to help us expand our reach with a meaningful gift of $15/month or more.  Members of the Moishe House Giving Communities have access to exclusive swag and experiences, receive recognition on our website and in our annual report, and the satisfaction of knowing that they are helping to ensure that those who come behind  will have access to the same amazing opportunities.

Learn more about our giving communities


Being a Moishe House alum comes with access to Jewish Learning Scholarships, the Moishe House Networking Forum, increased Jewish Learning Retreat travel subsidies, priority consideration for MHWOW, and the Alumni Giving Communities. Explore the many ways you can remain connected and participate in our programs.

Immersive Jewish Learning Retreats

Moishe House Alumni enjoy increased travel subsidies of up to $250 to attend staff-led retreats across the globe. Want to create your own retreat with a grant of up to $5,000? Check out Retreatology.

Moishe House Networking Forum

Join fellow alumni and community builders in an exclusive forum for employment and engagement opportunities with vetted Moishe House leaders.

Moishe House Without Walls

Join a global network of creators, lifelong learners, explorers, and leaders who plan and create intentional Jewish experiences for their friends and peers. MHWOW provides you with the support, educational, and financial resources to bring your vision to life and to cultivate a Jewish community that’s yours. Moishe House alumni get priority consideration!

Camp Nai Nai Nai

Camp Nai Nai Nai is the ultimate Jewish summer camp for adults in their 20s and 30s! Launched in 2017, this all-inclusive weekend experience has become a staple of Jewish young adult life on the East Coast (Pennsylvania), West Coast (SF Bay area), and is coming soon to the Midwest (Chicago area).

Alumni Jewish Learning Scholarships

Apply for a scholarship to help offset the costs of participating in an immersive Jewish learning experience that is outside of Moishe House. For more information on Scholarships, please reach out to

Work at Moishe House

Being a part of the Moishe House team means you gain a caring and supportive global community of coworkers, competitive compensation and benefits, professional development, mentoring and skill-building opportunities, occasional travel, and a fun work environment.

Alumni Spotlight

Community has always been important to Emily McDonnell (MHWOW ’15-’18). The former Moishe House Without Walls host who grew up in Dinétah, the ancestral land of the Navajo nation in Arizona.  While attending college in Tucson, Arizona, Emily was actively involved in the Jewish community and had no trouble finding peers with whom she could connect. Once her college days were over, however, she found herself longing for ongoing engagement with other young Jewish adults.

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2021 Moishe House Ambassadors


  • Anonymous (2)
  • Michael Braun
  • David Cygielman


  • Anonymous
  • Benjamin Barth
  • Raphael (Rafi) Elspas
  • Jonathan Epstein
  • Larry Gast
  • Lander Gold
  • Stefanie Groner
  • Jerome Kelman
  • Dammara Kovnats Hall
  • Dave Press
  • Jen Rosen
  • Andrew Rosen
  • Samuel Roth
  • Daniel Spiegelman


  • Arturo Birnbaum
  • Matt Bonney-Cohen
  • Andrew Casper
  • Topher Dial
  • Megan Drasnin
  • Joel Lowinger
  • Simon Luxemburg
  • Grigorii Manov
  • Ellie Sterns
  • Josh Traulsen
  • Erica Wilens


  • Anonymous (3)
  • Ari Abramson
  • Stefanie Adler
  • Sophia Adler
  • Gabrielle Adler
  • Brandi Applebaum
  • Aurelie Attia Niddam
  • Gwenn Barney
  • Joey Barr
  • Daniel Ben-Chitrit
  • Rebecca Blady
  • Jeremy Borovitz
  • Sydnee Chavis
  • Amanda Drasnin
  • Abby Eisen
  • Chaim Frenkel
  • Hannah Maia Frishberg
  • Joe Gettinger
  • Tiffany Harris
  • Michelle Jacobson
  • Roxana Jebreel
  • Danielle Kaplan
  • Jeremy Katz
  • Zac Kenton
  • Sam Koralnik
  • Roey Kruvi
  • Andrea Levy
  • Blaine Light
  • Manuel Markowicz
  • Lauren Marx
  • Avner May
  • Liza Moskowitz
  • Liz Naman
  • Josh Neirman
  • Stephen Neirman
  • Yoni Neirman
  • Lewis Novack
  • Alex Rittenberg
  • Danny Roberts
  • Leslie Rogoff
  • Evan Rosenstock
  • Michael Rozhkov
  • Ben Sadan
  • Susan Salgan
  • Jonathan Scheiner
  • Molly Shuman
  • Leonard Stallman
  • Abby Stein
  • Avi Steindel
  • Benjamin Tillis
  • Elie Touitou
  • Ben Varhula
  • Erin Vaystub
  • Diana Warth Bregman
  • Nathan Wasserman
  • Aria Wexler
  • Avi Wolf


  • Anonymous (5)
  • Joelle Abramowitz
  • Ben Abramowitz
  • Jonah Adams
  • Arina Andriuscenco
  • Miriam Applbaum
  • Eva Arye
  • Dor Ashur
  • Luanna Azulay
  • Matt Bar
  • Rebecca Bar
  • Chaya Bar-Chaim
  • Jon Basha
  • Bradley Baskir
  • Aliza Baskir
  • Bari Beilinson
  • David Benger
  • Ely Benhamo
  • Ben Berger
  • Max Borenstein
  • Michelle Brauer
  • Danielle Brief
  • Gabrielle (Elli) Brodsky Klein
  • Jake Campbell
  • Eliza Carney
  • Leah Chasin
  • Maryam Chishti
  • Julia Cinnamon
  • Saul Cohen
  • Rachel Corcos
  • Joel Croft
  • Rebecca Daniels
  • Zachary Demby
  • Adam Dobrusin
  • Aylen Nataly Donozo
  • Anne Driscoll
  • Joel Dworkin
  • Natalie Eisner
  • Jamie Elekman
  • Adam Engel
  • Evan Fehler
  • Leah Fingerman
  • Michael Fingerman
  • James Fleishman
  • Joshua Frank
  • Michele Freed
  • Bevin Fritz-Waters
  • Jamie Gold
  • Izajah Gordon
  • Alyssa Gorenberg
  • Matthew Gotteiner
  • Alexis Grant
  • Jaycee Greenblatt
  • Cody Greenes
  • Yosef Groner
  • Sam Gutin
  • Rebecca Habalow
  • Jonathan Hartig
  • David B Heilbron
  • Jessica Herrmann
  • Jonathan Hornstein
  • Miriam Horwitz
  • Dan Horwitz
  • Todd Jelken
  • Rebecca Kass
  • Valerie Katz
  • Anna Kernus
  • Mark Khazanovich
  • Brooke Khazanovich
  • Todd Kirschen
  • Adam Kouba
  • Joshua Kramer
  • Jacob Kranitz
  • Mariah Kretch
  • Jackson Krule
  • Brad Landau
  • Liz Lebeaux
  • Deborah Lefkowitz
  • Jake Lefkowitz
  • Daniel Legum
  • Jeremy Levin
  • Vale Levin
  • Analucia Lopezrevoredo
  • Albert Madansky
  • Bryan Malyn
  • Steve Marcinuk
  • Sammantha Marks
  • Emily Mathae
  • Emily McDonnell
  • Raphael Menko
  • Channah Menko
  • Evan Meyer
  • Natanya Meyer
  • Jeremy Moskowitz
  • Alissa Mroz
  • Yoni Nadiv
  • Natasha Nefedyeva
  • Zachary Nelson
  • Abby Newburger
  • Liam O'Callaghan
  • Shula Ornstein
  • Aaron Parker
  • Rebecca Perl
  • Nikolas Petrov
  • Sofia Pivenshtein
  • Elaine Potter
  • Cheryl Pruce
  • Erika Rief Hornstein
  • Elissa Riesenfeld Bauer
  • Mollie Rose
  • Adam Rossano
  • Jonah Rothstein
  • Gabe Rubin
  • Gary Rubin
  • Elizabeth Rubin
  • Zachary Sapinsley
  • Michele Schulman
  • Joshua Schwartz
  • Andrew Schwartz
  • Kimberly Schwartzman
  • Gabriel Seidner
  • Shira Seigel
  • Eran Sharon
  • Tslil Shtulsaft
  • Miriam Silton
  • Alyssa Silva
  • Jacqueline Soria
  • Abraham Sorock
  • Elisheva Sprung
  • Eva Srut
  • Joel Stanley
  • Aaron Starkson
  • Ohad Sternberg
  • Melanie Studnicka
  • Jake Sullivan
  • Gabriel Swagel
  • Leora Tarshish
  • Miriam Tillar
  • Julieta Urtreger
  • Georgy Vasilyev
  • Rudolf Wagner
  • Zachary Warburg
  • Shai Weener
  • Mary Ann Weiss
  • Brandon Welner
  • Moses Wosk
  • David Zaidins
  • Eli Zaturanski
  • Aaron Zelikovich
  • Jonathan Zuckerman