Aym HaChave-Wrote My First Post: Steph Hausman's Intro & Updates!
Welcome to my page, dedicated to all updates about membership! First of all, my name is Steph Hausman and I’m a proud member of Tikvah BBG #1233 in the Connecticut Valley Region #17. I love ice cream, pugs, and growing our movement! This past summer, I had a great time traveling and learning on Ambassadors to Bulgaria & ILSI.
But enough about me! I want to utilize this space to share the amazing things that you’re doing! For example, if your chapter just ran an awesome MIT education program, tell me about it! You can do this by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org or by tweeting me @BBGMitMom! Additionally, if you ever have any questions, reach out to me at any time!
Right now, you can check out some great ideas and inspiration about MRIHA and other recruitment programs by checking out the AZA & BBG Resources! Also, be on the lookout for some really great tools made by many of your regional MIT Moms. To name a few, Jennie Jacobs from Baltimore Council made a really great buzzfeed to promote BBYO and to share with friends (click here to see it!) and Emma Danziger from Lonestar is creating a education book.
That’s all for now! I can’t wait to share all of the important things our movement is up to as well as the personal stories about what your chapters and regions are doing! Check back soon!
Aym HaChave-Quote: "I babysat for two families last week and one of the families was really nice to me and they asked me a bunch of questions about my life. As I left their house, I realized what the distinction was, they were Jews. Sometimes we have these subtle cultural similarities that lead to connections with people so innate that we don't even realize it's because of our religion." - Morgan Berman (Tikvah BBG #1233, Connecticut Valley Region)