JGirls Picks Abusch-Magder

JGirls Picks Abusch-Magder

Weber School sophomore Aliza Abusch-Magder is one of 12 Jewish teens named to the first editorial board of online magazine jGirls.

The New York-based startup publication for and by Jewish young women is a grantee of the Jewish Women’s Fund of Atlanta.

Aliza, the 16-year-old daughter of Epstein Head of School David Abusch-Magder and AJT contributor Rabbi Ruth Abusch-Magder, also is a Jewish Women’s Archive Rising Voices Fellow.

In her mini-bio at www.jgirlsmagazine.org, Aliza says she is committed to her spirituality and to Jewish community and practice and loves spending time at camp, the gym and the coffee shop. “My passions include prayer, writing, singing and feminism. I am a TED talk addict, with an expansive sticker collection and a love for lavender ice cream.”

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