December 20, 2011
Posted in Student Life
Rachel Globus comes to Hillel at Emory with extensive experience in a variety of non-profit leadership roles. Rachel earned her MSW from the University of Georgia in 2004. She served as a clinical therapist and the Director of the Village of St. Joseph Counseling Center. Since 2007, Rachel has worked as the guidance counselor and Advancement Officer for Yeshiva Atlanta.
"I am inspired by the tremendous leadership capacity of Emory students. I see them as the future of our Jewish community, which is why I am excited to be in this new role advancing Hillel's vision of ensuring a vibrant Jewish future," said Rachel. "I look forward to working as a key leader on the Hillels of Georgia team to continue to strengthen our programming and financial resource development."
A native Georgian, Rachel is active in the diverse Jewish life of Atlanta. She is a member of Young Israel of Toco Hills, has served on the board of Torah Day School and chaired committees for Habima Theater, Yeshiva Atlanta and Taste of Limmud. Rachel received the Woman of Achievement Award from the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta in 2004 and has been honored by Yeshiva Atlanta (2009 Alumna of the Year) and Torah Day School (2006 Development Award). Rachel lives in Atlanta with her four children: Levi (13), Atara (10), Sara (7) and Azi (3).
Rachel Globus will begin as Interim Director of Hillel at Emory on January 1.
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