Thursday, April 15, 2021

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.


Abigael Good -2 posts

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.


Abigail Aronson -1 post

Abigail Aronson is a senior at the Bronx High School of Science She lives in Manhattan and is am interested in politics, history, government, biology, art, and dance.

Abigail Fisher

Abigail Fisher -1 post

Abigail Fisher is a Freshman at Wesleyan University. She was a 2017 Rising Voices Fellow with the Jewish Women’s Archive, and part of the 2018 cohort of the Bronfman Youth Fellowship. In 2019, she was named one of the Jewish Week’s 36 Under 36. In addition to receiving numerous Scholastic Arts Awards for creative writing, her work has appeared in Huffington Post, Lilith Magazine, and The Forward.


Abigail Ventimiglia -1 post

Abigail Ventimiglia is a senior at North Gwinnett High School in Suwanee, Georgia. She is captain of the dive team and competes in varsity pole vaulting as well. She enjoys traveling, acting, and of course, writing.


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 -3 posts

Ada Perlman is a sophomore at The Ellis School in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She loves musical theater and is involved with many productions each year. Some of her passions include singing, writing, running, and reading. Ada's work has been published in Fresh Ink for Teens, The Jewish Week, JGirls Magazine, her school newspaper; The Ellisian Times and Large Print; a selective teen journal run out of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.


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.


Ahava Helfenbaum -1 post

Ahava is a senior at Ulpanat Orot in Toronto Canada. She loves to write and posts on her blog on The Times Of Israel, as well as participating in Model United Nations, Mock trial, the StandWithUs High School Internship, and NCSY Student Executive Board as Secretary.

Aidyn Levin

Aidyn Levin -7 posts

Aidyn Levin is a senior at The Paideia School in Atlanta, Georgia. She plays on her school's ultimate frisbee team, teaches at a Jewish Sunday school, and volunteers weekly at an English class for refugees and immigrants. Aidyn is passionate about biology and photography, as well as spending time in the outdoors.


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 Berman

Alex Berman -3 posts

Alex Berman was born and raised in Manhattan and is currently a sophomore at the High School of American Studies at Lehman College in the Bronx. When not out running (preferably in the rain), Alex can usually be found drawing, writing, or reading with a cup of tea and a cuddly kitten. Alex is also an aspiring novelist and a corduroy-pants enthusiast.

Alex Garrow

Alex Garrow -6 posts

Alex Garrow recently graduated from JCHS of the Bay in San Francisco and plans to study Communications and International Relations at USC in the fall. In her free time she enjoys spending time outdoors and listening to music.

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