Saturday, October 31, 2020

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.


Ayelet Fishman -1 post

Ayelet Fishman is in 10th grade at CESJDS High School. She lives in Maryland, and loves photography.

Ayelet Kalfus

Ayelet Kalfus -3 posts

Ayelet Kalfus is a 18-year-old New Yorker. Her passions include science, writing (especially creative nonfiction), and staying up too late. She loves exploring her many interests and is involved in a ton of extracurriculars, both within and outside of school.

Bella Rosenblatt

Bella Rosenblatt

Bella Rosenblatt is a senior vocal major at LaGuardia High School in New York City. She is interested in social activism and history, and she founded a Students for Planned Parenthood club at her school. She is also the president of the Jazz Vocal Club, and she writes and records her own music.

Bella Wexler

Bella Wexler -1 post

Bella Wexler is a senior at Catalina Foothills High School in Tucson, Arizona. She is a journalist for the Tucson Dog Magazine, intern for the Jewish Latino Teen Coalition, and captain of her school’s Lincoln Douglas debate team. Bella loves to spend time playing with her sisters and pets or studying languages, particularly Mandarin and Spanish.

Cara Marantz

Cara Marantz -2 posts

Cara Marantz is a student at Dartmouth College. When she’s not spending time with her dog Zeus, she is reading, drinking matcha, or watching something on Netflix. She also loves to travel and studied abroad in Israel for four months which was the most amazing experience she’s ever had.

Caroline Koppel

Caroline Koppel

Caroline Koppel is a senior at Metairie Park Country Day School in Metairie, Louisiana. She plays viola in the school orchestra and is captain of the tennis team. Caroline loves to balance her passion for math and science with creative outlets, such as ceramics and photography. She also works as a teacher’s assistant on Sundays at her synagogue’s religious school.


Caroline Mayer -1 post

Caroline Mayer is in ninth grade at Rye High School in Rye, New York. She is a creative and very active teenager. She places rugby and participates in many clubs.

Cecelia Ross

Cecelia Ross -2 posts

Cecelia Ross is a high school senior from Strongsville, Ohio. She enjoys writing stories and playing the cello, and she is passionate about protecting the environment.


Charlotte Daniels -5 posts

Charlotte Daniels is a sophomore in high school in Los Angeles, California. She loves music, writing nonfiction, and waffles. She is part of both the Art and Nonfiction Departments of jGirls Magazine.


Dahlia Soussan -1 post

Dahlia Soussan is a junior at Kehillah Jewish High School in the Bay Area, California. She is active in her school community as the president of the Israel Club, a leader of her school’s minyan, a member of Jewish Life Committee, and the leader of Kehillah’s Moot Beit Din team. She enjoys engaging and grappling with the complexities of the US/Israel relationship through Israel Club events and by facilitating conversations about Israel. Outside of school, you can find Dahlia writing fiction and prose, cooking, on long phone calls with friends, or passionately discussing political, religious, and cultural issues.

Dalia Heller

Dalia Heller -1 post

Dalia Heller is a junior at Adlai E. Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Illinois. She plays the flute in her school band and tutors younger Hebrew School students at her synagogue on the weekends. She is passionate about history and foreign languages (Spanish in particular) and loves to do art, read, write, and spend time with friends and family.


Danielle Brog -1 post

Danielle Brog is a 17 year old from Atlanta, Georgia. She likes to draw and spend time with her friends.

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