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Jeremy Tabick

Organisation: Mechon Hadar
Website: www.mechonhadar.org

Jeremy is a native-born Limmudnik, who graduated with a masters in physics and went to New York to study at Yeshivat Hadar – America's only egalitarian yeshiva. He hasn't left! Now he works there and studies there part time. His great loves are Talmud, coffee, Doctor Who and myth.

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Lindsey Taylor-Guthartz

Organisation: London School of Jewish Studies

Lindsey studied archaeology at Cambridge and the Hebrew University. A graduate of the Susi Bradfield Women Educators Fellowships, she is a Teaching Fellow at the London School of Jewish Studies, and edits academic books. She is currently finishing a PhD at UCL, on the religious lives of Orthodox Jewish women.

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Pete Tobias

Organisation: The Liberal Synagogue Elstree
Website: www.rabbipete.co.uk

Pete is rabbi of The Liberal Synagogue Elstree. He appears regularly on BBC Radio 2's ’Chris Evans Breakfast Show’ and ‘Good Morning Sunday’. His publications include: ‘Liberal Judaism: A Judaism for the Twenty-First Century’(2007),‘Never Mind the Bullocks’ (2009), and a series of children’s books. A lifelong Watford supporter.

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Francis Treuherz

Website: www.homeopathyhelpline.com

Francis has been in private and NHS practice since 1984. He is honorary secretary of the Society of Homeopaths, teaches, writes, and works on the Homeopathic Helpline. He sees patients in London and Letchworth. He is a member (and shamash) of the Spanish & Portuguese Synagogue, London.

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Noa Treves

Organisation: Jewish Agency for Israel

Noa was born and raised in Be'er Sheva. She participated in the Science Leadership programme, in which she guided in elementary schools and taught astrophysics at Ben Gurion University. Now Noa is spending her gap year in London, working with the Jewish and Israeli community.

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Judy Trotter

Organisation: Limmud

Judy is proud to have chaired Limmud Conference and the organisation, and. equally proud to be invited back on the UK Executive this year. Her day job is running the Education programme at the London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House. She is a non-executive director of Gefiltefest and a Melton board member.

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Louis Trup

Organisation: Oxford University Dancesport Club

Since the age of 12, Louis has dabbled in many dance forms including contemporary, modern, ballet, jazz, ballroom, Latin and of course simcha dancing. Having previously been involved with dance at JFS and London Youth Dance, he is currently at Oxford University, where he has danced since 2011.

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Noru Tsalic

Organisation: We Believe in Israel
Website: noru.blog.com

Noru served in the Israel Defence Forces for two decades, as regular soldier and reservist. Currently a management consultant, in his spare time he engages in pro-Israel advocacy, especially in interfaith environments. He has presented in front of Church of England and Quaker audiences and provides support to Methodist Friends of Israel.

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Noa Tzimer

Noa was born in Ashdod, and today she lives in Kfar Mordechai. She grew up in the Israeli Scouts youth movement. In 2013 she graduated from Brenner High School. Now Noa is spending her gap year in London, working with the Jewish and Israeli community.

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