Monday, March 8, 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.


Gavi Klein -1 post

Gavi Klein is a junior at Berkeley High School in Berkeley, CA. She is on the Berkeley High swim team and is part of her school's Jewish club. In her free time, Gavi works on her creative writing and composes lyrics and music to songs she plays on the piano. She also loves to read and occasionally cook.


Gefen Beldie -3 posts

Gefen Beldie is a junior at Atlanta Jewish Academy. She loves visual arts as well as playing piano and guitar.

Georgia Bernbaum

Georgia Bernbaum -1 post

Georgia Bernbaum is a senior in the International Baccalaureate program at Winter Park High School in Winter Park, Florida. An avowed feminist and award-winning writer, she promotes social and political equality, particularly for women and children, through journalism. Georgia sits on several youth advisory boards in her community and is the captain of her high school track and field team.

Gertie Angel

Gertie Angel -2 posts

Gertie Angel is a seventh grader at SAR Academy in Riverdale, New York. She participates on her school's debate team. In her free time, she enjoys reading, horseback riding, and competitive wrestling.


Gila Senderowicz -1 post

Gila Senderowicz is 13 years old and attends SAR Academy in the Bronx, New York. She lives in New York City and takes art classes in Yonkers. Gila also enjoys reading and writing.


Giovanna Wiseman -1 post

Giovanna Wiseman is a senior at Sharon High School in Sharon, Massachusetts. She is active in her school's theater company as well as in human-rights organizations and Girl Scouts. This summer, she was a Fellow of the Bronfman Youth Fellowship's 31st cohort, a pluralistic Jewish program in Israel. She identifies as a Reform Jew. Her passions include reading, writing, feminism, and deep conversations.

Haley Sandlow

Haley Sandlow -2 posts

Haley Sandlow is a senior at Glenbrook North High School in Northbrook, Illinois. She is the opinions editor at her school newspaper, a member of her school's gymnastics and track teams, and a participant in her school's theater program. She loves journalistic and creative writing, drinking coffee, and watching The Office.

Hani Weiman

Hani Weiman -1 post

Hani Weiman is a junior at Randolph High School in Randolph, New Jersey. She is interested in the arts and humanities.


Hannah Chait -1 post

Hannah Chait is a high school junior from Riverdale (Bronx), New York. She is interested in the exploration of culture and how it interacts with media, as well as the phenomena that surround pop-culture through the decades. In school, she keeps busy in a variety of academic teams and sports, and in her spare time hopes to get six hours of sleep a night.

Hannah Rosman

Hannah Rosman -4 posts

Hannah is a first-year media and screen studies major at Northeastern University. She found her love of editing and working with writers to accentuate their voices as the editor-in-chief of her high school newspaper, a nonfiction editor of their literary magazine, and most of all as an editor for jGirls. She was the submissions manager and the head of the nonfiction department during her two years at jGirls.


Hannah Solomon -1 post

Hannah Solomon is a senior at Atlanta Jewish Academy in Atlanta. Georgia. She enjoys art, photography, and basketball.

Hope Kahn

Hope Kahn -1 post

Hope Kahn is a freshman at the University of Maryland, College Park, studying multiplatform journalism. She was a reporter for The Trace’s “Since Parkland” project and has had work published in The Diamondback, Ms., and The New York Times.

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