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Limmud Vancouver takes place at the King David High School, 41st and Willow.
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Sunday, February 9 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
#Generation Change: How Millennials are Defining the Future of the Jewish Community
Millennials – those technology-savy young adults born between the early 1980s and the late 1990s – are redefining the emerging adulthood life stage, and with it, their connection to Jewish life. How are we engaging this generation in the Jewish community, and how are they contributing to our collective Jewish future?
Come and hear the perspective and experiences of three Millennials Jewish professionals and leaders who have sparked sustainable and innovative change in our community.

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Ysabella Hawkings

Yszi Hawkings moved to Canada in April 2013 and became a Moishe House Vancouver resident by October. Originally from the UK, Yszi has been involved with Limmud for almost five years including as a member of the 2012 UK Limmud Conference Committee alongside many other professional, lay leadership and voluntary positions in the UK and Canadian Jewish communities When she's not 'working' in the community Yszi makes the most of being new to Vancouver... Read More →
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Rael Katz

Rael Katz has been an active member in the Vancouver Moishe House for one and a half years. He was born in Johannesburg, South Africa and immigrated at the age of 6 to Vancouver, BC. During his time as a student at UBC he was very involved in Jewish Leadership through Hillel and was a vocal advocate both in the greater Jewish community and the Student Government at UBC. After graduating in 2011 with a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies he worked... Read More →
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Dana Troster

Dana Troster is the Manager of Young Adult Initiatives at Jewish Federation of Greater Vancouver. In this role, she oversees Axis, a new program for Jews in their 20s and 30s to connect and make a positive impact in our community through social events, leadership development, volunteer opportunities, and travel experiences. Dana’s spirit of excitement and passion for building community is contagious. Originally from Toronto, her love affair... Read More →

Sunday February 9, 2014 11:00am - 12:00pm
Upstairs Room #3 King David High School