Ariel Glueck is a Political Science and Educational Policy student at CUNY Hunter College. She grew up in the Young Judaea movement where she learned her love for Israel and still spends a lot of her time. She spent a year living in Jerusalem and traveling on Kivunim, bringing complexity of the Israel she learned to love from afar to life. She is currently a Nachshon Fellow at Hebrew University trying to understand her career path as it will relate to her passions of Israel, Judaism, education, feminism, and art.
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