Although Bobby Nooromid grew up in Atlanta, he relocated to the North, obtaining his bachelor’s from the University of Michigan and serving as the governing board chair for the university’s Hillel chapter. He is a graduate of the Anti-Defamation League’s Glass Leadership Institute, a nine-month education in fighting anti-Semitism, and volunteered as a founding program committee member for Chabad Young Professionals.
He also served as the senior program manager for the National Young Leadership division of The Jewish Federations of North America. He lives in Buckhead with his wife, Naz, and 1-year-old daughter, Bella, and works as an account director at The Painting Co.
“As one of the fastest-growing cities and Jewish communities in the country, this is an excellent time to be under 40 in Jewish Atlanta,” Nooromid said. “There are countless opportunities in various professional, social, cultural and philanthropic areas to be a part of, and I hope and expect Jewish Atlanta remains one of the most desired places to live as well as one of the standard bearers for Jewish engagement.”