Jewish Atlanta’s 18 Under 18
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Jewish Atlanta’s 18 Under 18

Get to know Jewish Atlanta's 2020 Young Leaders and Rising Stars.

Jewish Atlanta's 18 Under 18
Jewish Atlanta's 18 Under 18

Leading their generation into the 2020s, Jewish Atlanta’s 18 Under 18 are up-and-coming stars in the Jewish community. These are young people who share a dedication to their Jewish identity, shine in positions of leadership, excel academically, and show a great commitment to bettering both the Jewish and global communities. Ranging in age from 10 to 17, some are engaged in Jewish youth groups, hold positions of leadership in school and community activities, and volunteer with various community service efforts. Most were nominated by parents, family friends, school faculty or community leaders.

Prepare to be amazed by the accomplishments of these very ambitious youth.


Tess Berman


Tess Berman, 17, Riverwood International Charter School


Lola Bessoff


Lola Bessoff, 16, River Ridge High School


Grant Chernau


Grant Chernau, 17, Pope High School


Sam Cohen


Sam Cohen, 17, Druid Hills High School



Ryan Diamond


Ryan Diamond, 17, The Weber School



Chase Flagel


Chase Flagel, 17, Walton High School


Harris Jacobs


Harris Jacobs, 17, The Weber School


Noa Lazarian


Noa Lazarian, 12, The Davis Academy


Samantha Miller


Samantha Miller, 17, Chattahoochee High School


Ethan Povlot


Ethan Povlot, 17, North Atlanta High School


Ariel Raggs


Ariel Raggs, 16, Chamblee Charter High School


Lulu Rosenberg


Lulu Rosenberg, 15, North Springs High School


Maya Schiele


Maya Schiele, 17, Dunwoody High School


Frankie Silverman


Frankie Silverman, 13, The Davis Academy



Isabelle Skid


Isabelle Skid, 17, Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School


Will Solomon


Will Solomon, 16, Dunwoody High School



Evan Sommer


Evan Sommer, 16, Walton High School



Rachel Wolchok


Rachel Wolchock, 17, Saint Francis High School

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