Isaac joined JUFJ in September of 2017 as a community organizer and Avodah Corps member. He has probably sent you an email, written you a thank you note, or left a voicemail on your machine at some point in the past several months. When he’s not badgering you to come to events, he can be found working on JUFJ Montgomery County’s latest issue-based campaigns. He is also JUFJ’s good luck charm, having seen the organization through two major victories as part of the coalitions on the Fight for $15 campaign in Montgomery County and the Maryland statewide Earned Sick and Safe leave campaign since he arrived last September. He is currently leading JUFJ’s involvement in the Montgomery County Deportation Defense and TRUST Act campaigns.
Before coming to JUFJ, Isaac attended Oberlin College where he graduated in May 2017 with a degree in Psychology and Cognitive Science, and a minor in Environmental Studies.
He can be contacted by phone at (202) 408-1423 ext. 6.