Greenhill junior elected to international BBYO board
Originally published in the Texas Jewish Post
Jed Golman, son of Mandy and David Golman of Dallas was elected Grand Aleph Shaliach, international vice president of Jewish heritage, of the 92nd Grand Board of the Aleph Zadik Aleph when BBYO convened its international convention in Baltimore on Feb. 11-15.
Jed is a member of Morton Lewis AZA and is a Greenhill junior.
More than 4,000 teen leaders, educators, professionals and philanthropists from 48 states and 27 countries gathered in Baltimore to hear from distinguished change makers and break a Guinness World Record for the largest Shabbat dinner ever at the BBYO international convention. With an attendance growth of 182 percent since 2012, IC 2016 served as a dynamic meeting place and real world classroom providing today's teen leaders an invaluable opportunity to join together for insights, shared leadership resources and new skills they will use to change the world.
Jed will join Aaron Cooper of Winston-Salem, North Carolina; Grey Silverman of Charlotte, North Carolina; David Ziman of Scarsdale, New York; Liam Faigen of Houston; Golman; Elbe Bodker of Overland Park, Kansas; leannie Spiegel of Bethesda, Maryland; Leah Politi of Bexley, Ohio; Jessica Edelson of Blue Bell, Pennsylvania; and Nicci Mowszowski of Denver, Colorado as the BBYO International Board for 20162017.
The International Board helps chart the organization's vision for the coming year, and provides leadership and support to teen leaders in local communities throughout the BBYO system.
They work to strengthen regions and chapters by enhancing the Judaic, social, educational and community service programming throughout the network.