Elliott Goldstein – Chair
Elliott is a partner at the MBS group. He has been an active lay leader in the Jewish community since he was a teenager.
Martin is the CEO of Maccabi GB. He is passionate about sports and the well-being of young people.
David is the Executive Director of Tribe, which is part of the United Synagogue. He has broad experience of working with young people. David began his work as a youth leader in Bnei Akiva and has always engaged in synagogue youth work and services.
Rabbi Andrew Davis
Andrew is the Head of Jewish studies and Assistant Head at Yavneh College. Andrew has worked in synagogue based Youth Work and was the Maskir of Bnei Akiva. He is currently studying for a PhD is Holocaust Studies.
Dr Roy Graham
Roy is the Director of Programme and Planning at UJIA. Roy has previously worked at JW3 and has led informal educational programmes in Israel and the UK.
Neil is the CEO of the JLGB (Jewish Lads’ and Girls’ Brigade). He is the Chair of the Interfaith Youth Trusts and the Forum for Yom HaShoah UK.
Simon is the CEO of the Jewish Leadership Council. He is an Independent Non-Executive Director of the Rugby Football League and Board member of the Amateur Swimming Association
Raina is the CEO at The Zone, Leeds. Raina’s experience of community leadership is extensive and she has worked to develop The Zone from its inception.
Kira Blumer is the Executive Director of BBYO UK and Ireland. She recently moved to London from Canada, where she has worked as a Jewish communal professional for the past ten years. Kira is a proponent of youth leadership and has spent her career developing Jewish teen and university student leaders through BBYO, Hillel, and Jewish summer camp.
Rachel is the Director of Noam and Marom. She is trained in youth and community work and is a qualified NLP coach and mentor. Rachel lived in Israel for 7 years, working in Israeli NGOs and supporting Noam’s Israel programmes.
Joe is currently the Mazkir of FZY, and is the ZYC External Chair. He recently graduated Nottingham University in Archaeology and Geography.