By James Cohen
Amram brings his passion for justice, experiential education, and art to his work creating vibrant, empowering Shabbatonim for LGBTQ and ally Jewish teens. A veteran of Keshet’s teen programs, Amram was a contributing writer for New Voices Magazine and a member of the community education team at Brandeis Precollege Programs prior to joining the Keshet team.
He earned his degree in Jewish history and sociology from Columbia University’s joint undergraduate program with the Jewish Theological Seminary.
A New York City native, Amram lives in New York with his husband, Jamie, and their two cats, Perle and Herschel. He lives his life with an unwavering, unironic love of cats, kale, coffee, and pop music.