By James Cohen
Dan carries with him his enthusiasm for racial justice, labor rights, Jewish solidarity work, and housing justice organizing to his position as Program Marketing Associate at Keshet. He feels most fulfilled when he can freely inhabit the intersection between queerness and Judaism, and he has a long-term goal of pursuing rabbinical school with this intersection in mind.
Before Keshet, Dan worked for a Holocaust education nonprofit that focused on illuminating the hidden stories of the Holocaust, and he also worked for a housing justice organization near Chicago, Illinois.
Dan is a graduate of Barnard College with a degree in Sociology and a Minor in Race and Ethnicity. He lives in New York City and spends their free time listening to Daniel Kahn on the M train, crocheting kippot, and attempting to master film photography.