Jacob Levkowicz

JacobLevkowicz167Jacob Levkowicz is a Goldman Bridge Fellow at ACCESS, AJC’s young leadership division. Jacob works closely with ACCESS NY’s lay leaders to advance the agency’s priorities in the arena of interfaith and intergroup outreach. Prior to joining AJC, Jacob worked at The David Project, a Boston-based Israel advocacy organization, first as a Campus Coordinator and then as a Senior Campus Coordinator. While at The David Project, he was responsible for managing students’ Israel advocacy efforts at schools across the country, communicating with donors, and creating programs and workshops. Jacob also organized and led several student missions to Israel, including a first-of-its-kind trip for Jewish and non-Jewish campus leaders. Before The David Project, Jacob held summer internships at several organizations, including Facing History and Ourselves. He graduated in 2012 from Wesleyan University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Government. He is passionate about young Jewish leadership and building a different kind of communal conversation around Israel. Jacob lives in New York City.