Neil Stein, Engagement Associate
Neil graduated from the Washington University in St. Louis with a BA in Environmental Policy and minors in Environmental Engineering and Hebrew. Born in Kfar Saba, Israel, Neil and his family relocated to the Minneapolis community in 2000 and is glad to be back home after graduating from WashU in 2017.
While in St. Louis, Neil served as the President of the WashU Hillel Leadership Council in addition to holding other positions as the Cultural Affairs Vice President and as a First Year Students at Hillel Organizer. Outside of Hillel, Neil served as a Green Ambassador for the Office of Sustainability, a director for Washington University International Relations Council's Model United Nations, and was an active member of WashU's Contraband Ultimate Frisbee team. Approaching all of his interests with passion has been a major cornerstone to his life, which he is bringing to his new position in the Minnesota Jewish community.
In addition to his position at MN Hillel, Neil will be part of Hillel International's Springboard Innovation Fellowship for early career professionals who are passionate about bringing innovation to the programs and reimagining Jewish life on campus.
Stop by Hillel or reach out to Neil directly to meet up at email@example.com.