The Regional Board consists of leaders elected by the members of BBG and AZA, and come from any of the chapters that are a part of Wisconsin Region. These teens lead the region and assist the chapters with programming, membership, and other important aspects of chapter functioning.
Wisconsin Region elects both a BBG and AZA Regional Board, who service from May to May. We elect the same 6 positions per board as the chapter have.
BBYO is more than a youth group. We are a movement striving to create and educate strong Jewish leaders. This year, South Jersey Region has been stronger than ever. Currently at our race to 600 members, we are all working hard to reach our goals.
As the worldwide community acknowledged and celebrated Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month (JDAIM) last month, our efforts to raise awareness and champion the rights of people with disabilities continues each and every day
Andrew Paull is the Senior Regional Director for the Manhattan Region of BBYO. As the founding director of BBYO’s newest region, Andrew launched a vibrant, pluralistic Jewish teen program across Manhattan, engaging more than 350 teens in less than three years.
Close to 400 BBYO Connecticut Valley Region teens and staff gathered in Hartford for the annual Winter Kallah Convention. This year’s theme was “Free to be you and me: A celebration of diversity in the Jewish Community.”
The Legacy Willow Bend was honored to welcome student members from BBYO (formerly B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, now BBYO, Inc.) who recently visited the senior living community for a unique intergenerational event, which that offered valuable interactions that positively impacted the lives of everyone involved.