Santa Barbara Hillel is affiliated with Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life and is sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles, the Jewish Federation of Greater Santa Barbara and the Santa Barbara B'nai Brith Lodge.
All of us at Santa Barbara Hillel wish you a Happy Thanksgiving!
For the week of November 27th-November 30th we are open as follows:
Monday: Building open from 10am – 9pm Tuesday: Building open from 10am-5pm Wednesday-Friday: Closed ...
Santa Barbara Hillel is proud to cosponsor the
Herman P. and Sophia Taubman Foundation Endowed Symposia in Jewish
Studies. This is a program of the Interdisciplinary Humanities Center.
We are honored to present our speaker:
"21st Century Zion: America, ...
Join Santa Barbara Hillel for a week of cultural exchange and
learning about Germany today! Be exposed to Berlin’s
multicultural life, visit sites such as a former concentration camp, the
Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe and the Jewish Museum in
Berlin, and ...
Santa Barbara Hillel is pleased to honor Ron Gans & Nina Gelman-Gans, Richard Hecht, and Scott & Julie Ehrnstein at our 12th Annual Santa Barbara Hillel Hall of Fame celebration. Ron Gans & Nina Gelman-Gans and Richard Hecht will be ...
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RABBI EVAN GOODMAN
Edgar M. Bronfman Executive Director email@example.com
Rabbi Evan Goodman is the Executive Director of Santa Barbara Hillel. He loves working with college students and Santa Barbara Hillel supporters to create a dynamic “Jewish home away from home” where we explore Judaism, engage our Jewish values in the community around us, and enrich the lives of our students.
Program Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Hannah is so excited to join the Santa Barbara Hillel community! She grew up in the sunny suburbs of Los Angeles before spending four years as a Banana Slug at UC Santa Cruz (yes, the Banana Slug is a real mascot). Trading her flip flops and shorts for snow boots and down jackets, Hannah relocated to Boston to pursue her graduate studies at Brandeis University's Hornstein Program, receiving a dual masters degree in Jewish Professional Leadership and Near Eastern and Judaic Studies. In her spare time, Hannah can be found jamming to a wide variety of music, favorites including the Grateful Dead or any classic 90s pop. Hannah is always willing and eager to chat on topics ranging from the continued influence of Mean Girls in modern culture to how to prepare for a Walking Dead-style zombie apocalypse. Hannah is looking forward to returning to the best coast, creating meaningful relationships with the students at Santa Barbara Hillel and helping others forge their own relationship to both the Hillel community and Jewish life!
Director of Operations email@example.com
Lisa Howard Phillippe spent most of her career in the banking industry from branch teller to VP Loan Operations manager running her own department. With 2 exciting and busy years as the Director of Operations at Santa Barbara Hillel she looks forward to many more wonderful and fulfilling years as part of this fun team. When Lisa is not working she and her husband Jim are enjoying the great outdoors in their new travel trailer. There is never a dull or quiet moment at the Howard Phillippe family gatherings with their 5 sons, 5 daughters and 2 grandchildren; she is putting her cooking skills to good use! Jim and Lisa call Carpinteria home with 2 of their sons and their 2 dogs at home. One of these days they hope to do a lot of traveling and see the world.
Associate Director of Development firstname.lastname@example.org
Jillian Juni is thrilled to be the Associate Director of Development at Santa Barbara Hillel. She was born in New York and lived there for most of her life. She received a BA in sociology from Rutgers and a MA in human rights from Columbia. Growing up, Jillian spent her summers at URJ Eisner Camp. Following college she worked for Eisner year round. In NY and while at Rutgers she was deeply involved in the Jewish community and hopes to continue such involvement in Santa Barbara. She and her husband, Mordechai, are enjoying all the sunshine, cool breezes, and adventures that California has to offer.