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Jamie is a firm believer in tikkun olam--and making a difference in his own community and beyond. When Jamie isn't at his job in financial securities, there's a pretty good chance he is giving back. He volunteers through JUF's TOV Volunteer Network and Young Leadership Division's Mensches in Motion.
Jamie makes a difference in the next generation through mentorship of high school and college students. A member of JUF's Engagement and Volunteer Committees, he also mentors high school students through iMentor. A Washington University alum, Jamie also helps students navigate the daunting college admissions process and transition to college life through mentorship programs for college students.
He has cultivated a wide network with other young Jewish professionals through Silverstein BASE, YLD, Project 613, and Moishe House.
Quantitative Finance at Ernst & Young
ON THE SIDE:
WHAT IS YOUR PROUDEST ACCOMPLISHMENT IN THE LAST 10 YEARS:
Making my high school football, basketball, and baseball teams as a 5-foot, 95-pound freshman.
A JEW WHO INSPIRES YOU:
My friend Marc Hersch, whom I met through Base Hillel. Marc is currently at rabbinical school at JTS in New York and exhibits unparalleled passion towards our religion. He has taught me so much through deep conversations on hikes throughout the heart of the pandemic and our weekly Shabbat texts.
YOUR BEST PIECE OF ADVICE:
Give 110% effort towards everything you commit to.
IF TIME AND MONEY WERE LIMITLESS, I WOULD:
Swim, bike, and run across the world. I'd also buy a boat, and of course donate more to JUF.