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.

Emi Cooper

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Emi Cooper is a junior at Urban Academy in Manhattan, and lives in Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. She is a volunteer coach at Figure Skating in Harlem, a member of the Jews of Color Caucus of Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, and a participant in Schomburg Junior Scholars. She follows her passion for social justice through various volunteer and internship opportunities. Emi has been a member of the jGirls Magazine editorial board since 2017-2018.

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Emilie Tackett -1 post

Emilie Tackett is an 11th grader at Tates Creek High School in Lexington, KY. She enjoys FaceTiming her USY friends from all over the country and playing lacrosse and guitar. She is also the president of her youth group and loves to bake challah.

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Emily Bebenek -1 post

Emily Bebenek is a senior at Mountain Brook High School. She lives in Birmingham, Alabama, with the actual cutest dog ever. She loves reading, writing, and–strangely enough—public speaking.

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Emily Char -2 posts

Emily Char is junior at Dwight Englewood School in New Jersey. She is very active in her Jewish youth group as well as Model United Nations at her high school. She is an avid writer and her favorite subject is history.

Emily Duckworth

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Emily Duckworth is a freshman at the College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina. She is majoring in political science while on a pre-med track and is a member of the Perlmutter Jewish Studies Fellowship on campus. In her free time, she enjoys reading and running.

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Emily Knopf -1 post

Emily Knopf is a senior at SAR High School. She lives in Teaneck, NJ and has passions for Yiddishikeit, music, animals, peanut butter, podcasts, green tea, and deep conversations.

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Emma Boxer -1 post

Emma Boxer is a freshman at Livingston High school in Livingston, New Jersey. She is the vice president of the archery club, and plays the trumpet in her high school’s symphonic and jazz band. She loves to volunteer at her local zoo and spends her free time caring for her various pets.

Emma Hotchkiss

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Emma Hotchkiss is in tenth grade at Hopkins School in New Haven, Connecticut. She plays softball, field hockey, and is a member of her school's choir. Her favorite subjects are science and english, and in her free time she loves to read and write.

Emma Rosman

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Emma Rosman lives in Northern Virginia, serves on BBYO's International Board, and is a founder of a Students Demand Action chapter.

Eva Strelitz-Block

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Eva Strelitz-Block is a senior at the Liberal Arts and Science Academy in Austin, Texas. She is an editor of the Liberator, her school newspaper, president of her school’s chapter of the Spanish National Honor Society, and a varsity coxswain for the Texas Rowing Center. Eva is a voracious reader and an amateur podcast enthusiast.

Frankie Vega

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Frankie Vega is a sophomore at East High School in Denver, Colorado. She is a passionate individual with a love for the arts, along with science. In her free time, Frankie enjoys being in nature, writing, singing, and reading.

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Gaby Michel -1 post

Gaby Michel lives in Northern Massachusetts, where she is a senior at the Advanced Math and Science Academy (AMSA). She has a deep interest in psychology and mental health. In her free time, she loves rock climbing and baking cookies.

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