Audrey Honig

    Audrey Honig
    Audrey Honig

    Co-Director, Jewish Feminist Alumnae Network (JFAN)

    2017–18 Alumnae Mentor
    2016–17 jGirls+ Magazine Editorial Board

    Audrey Honig is a senior at Kalamazoo College, where she studies Jewish Studies and English. At school, she enjoys serving as the president of Hillel and as an Interfaith Student Leader. Audrey grew up attending summer camp at URJ OSRUI, where she has worked for four transformative summers. Most recently, she studied abroad in Jerusalem as an undergraduate fellow with the Nachshon Project.

    Audrey’s involvement in jGirls+ started in 2016, jGirls+’ inaugural year, when she was the poetry department head for the editorial board. The jGirls+ community has continued to support her socially and creatively beyond her time on the editorial board. As co-director of JFAN, Audrey works to foster ongoing community between alumnae from jGirls+ and the JWA’s Rising Voices Fellowship.

    Works by Audrey

    Ruby Karp Profile - Audrey Honig

    Ruby Karp on Writing, Comedy, and Making it through High School

    Ruby Karp's exclusive interview with jGirls+ Magazine!
    Chanukkah Audrey Honig - jGirls+ Magazine

    Bagels and Lox on Christmas: The Joy of an Interfaith Family

    "Growing up with interfaith parents provided a few challenges, like wondering what it means, if anything, that I am “half” Jewish."
    13/17 Series - Aliza Abusch Magder - jGrils Magazine

    Almost 13 & Seventeen

    Do you remember the first time you felt different for being Jewish? Audrey Honig notices a powerful shift in her Jewish identity at 13 and then at 17.
    Love Your Selfie - jGirls+ Magazine

    Love Your Selfie

    Girls today aren’t limited by how other people choose to portray them. We can own our image with a simple selfie!

    Audrey's Photographs are Featured in

    The Jews' Blues Photo by Audrey Honig

    The Jews’ Blues

    In a world that makes fun of Jews, maintaining her Jewish identity is challenge.
    Dress Code at a Jewish Day School by Kayla Liss - Photo by Audrey Honig

    Dress Code at a Jewish Day School

    A young writer examines the regulations girls face at her Jewish Day School.
    Bike Share - Audrey Honig - jGirls+ Magazine

    The Border and the Bag of Sand

    Nothing is at it seems. Especially when there's a bag of sand involved.
    White Flowers - Audrey Honig

    Legend of Worth

    How do you define beauty?
    Did Einstein Really Say That? by Rivka Mandelbaum - Photo by Audrey Honig

    Did Einstein Really Say That?

    “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again but expecting different results.”