Thursday, March 21, 2019

Contributing Writers & Artists

Meet our powerful writers, poets, artists, musicians and photographers.

All the content on jGirls Magazine is created by self-identifying Jewish girls ages 13-19 across all backgrounds. Get to know them here… and join them by submitting your work!

Note: Bios and headshots are from time of submission/publication unless otherwise indicated. Are you one of our contributors? Update your profile here.

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Abigael Good - 1 post

Abigael Good will soon be a freshman at Brandeis University. She lives in Short Hills, New Jersey, where she collects too many books and reads at least three of them at a time. One day, she hopes to write a book of her own.

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Abigail Winograd - 1 post

Abigail Winograd is an eighteen-year-old senior at Scheck Hillel Community School in Miami, Florida. She is extremely involved in United Synagogue Youth, social-action activism, theater, music, and writing. This summer, she will be working at Camp Ramah Darom.

Ada Perlman

Ada Perlman - 1 post

Ada Perlman is a freshman at The Ellis School in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She is an active member in her school’s theater community, and some of her passions include singing and writing. During the summer, she attends camp and travels.

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Adi Israeli - 1 post

Adi Israeli is a 19-year-old living in Tel Aviv, Israel, where she was born. She is a high school graduate currently serving in the Israel defense forces (IDF). She is a professional athlete, specializing in 400m hurdles. Nowadays her main interest is CrossFit.

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Alejandra Nurko - 1 post

Alejandra Nurko is in 12th grade at Colegio a Tarbut. She lives in Mexico City, and her favorite things to do are going to her tnua (Scouts), reading, and doing gymnastics.

Alex Garrow

Alex Garrow - 4 posts

Alex Garrow is a sophomore at Jewish Community High School of the Bay in San Francisco, California. She is passionate about foreign languages and traveling, and in her spare time enjoys yoga, writing, and spending time with friends.

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Alex Kaminsky - 1 post

Alex Kaminsky is in seventh grade at Savannah Country Day School in Savannah, Georgia. She loves writing (especially music), playing guitar, singing, sketching, and acting.

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Alexis Greenberg - 1 post

Alexis Greenberg in seventh grade at Indian Woods Middle School in Kansas. She likes to sing, write, and read. She enjoys working hard in school, and she's one of few Jewish kids at her school. Her favorite place on earth (other than home) is Camp Ramah in Wisconsin.

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Alisa Kazarnovsky - 1 post

Alisa Kazarnovsky lives in New York City, where she is a junior at the High School of Art and Design.

Aliza Abusch-Magder

Aliza Abusch-Magder - 1 post

Aliza is a senior at The Weber School in Atlanta, Georgia, where she lives. She is committed to Judaism and spirituality at large. Her passions include prayer, writing, and weightlifting. She is a TED talk addict, with an expansive sticker collection and a love of people watching. Aliza has been a member of the jGirls Magazine editorial board since 2016-2017 and is the Visual Arts & Music Department Head.

Alyx Bernstein

Alyx Bernstein - 2 posts

Alyx is a senior at Solomon Schechter School of Westchester, and lives in New Rochelle, New York, a suburb of New York City. She was born in London, and moved to the United States at the age of nine. She works with Keshet on their teen programming, and is a writer for her school newspaper. She is an activist and a motivational speaker. Her hobbies include reading, watching TV, and playing with her dog. Alyx has been a member of the jGirls Magazine editorial board since 2017-2018.

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Anna Dubey - 1 post

Anna M. Dubey is an eighth-grade student at the Abraham Joshua Heschel School, a Jewish day school. She lives in New York. Her interests include writing, sports, and hanging out with friends.

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