Senior Fellow Emily McDonnell is given spotlight on Moishe House. The Moishe House is an international non-profit organization made up of homes around the world that serve as hubs for young Jewish adults.
Having been a former Moishe House Without Wall (MHWOW) host, Emily is being given the NGO’s monthly spotlight. Throughout the spotlight article, writer Loán Lake focuses on her personal and academic background as a young Jewish adult in Tuscon, Arizona. In addition, it also includes Emily’s favorite Moishe House memory, her key takeaways from being a MHWOW host, and her current endeavors having recently moved across the United States as a Jewish and Native American.
You can read the full article on Emily’s path on this Moishe House page.