Gilad Skolnick is the Director of Campus Programming at CAMERA. He holds an M.A. from the University of Delaware in Urban Affairs and Public Policy and B.A. degrees from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst in History, Communication, and Judaic Studies.
His junior year was spent studying at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
Gilad was active in the Student Alliance for Israel, serving for several years in elected positions and was a columnist for the UMass Daily Collegian. Prior to joining CAMERA, he served in the IDF as a Corporal in the Spokesperson's Unit. Gilad's articles have appeared in the Jerusalem Post, Israel21c.org and Times of Israel.
He continues to lead workshops and sessions at various campuses across the country on B.D.S., the importance of accurate reporting in the media, and letter to the editor writing.