Meet Our Team

We are guided by (and take our name from) the ancient rabbinic teaching that there are seventy faces to the Torah — that the creation of Jewish knowledge and narrative is the product of diverse insights, perspectives and personalities.

Ami Eden : CEO / Executive Editor

Ami Eden

CEO / Executive Editor

70 Faces Media

Ami Eden

CEO / Executive Editor

Ami played a lead role in bringing about the merger of JTA and MyJewishLearning, culminating in the creation of 70 Faces Media. Prior to the merger, he served as the CEO and editor in chief of JTA. Before that, he was the executive editor of the Forward and editor of its website. He also worked as an editor of the Jewish Exponent, in his hometown of Philadelphia.

Email: aeden@70facesmedia.com and follow @amieden

Danielle Elkins : Chief of Staff

Danielle Elkins

Chief of Staff

70 Faces Media

Danielle Elkins

Chief of Staff

Dani serves as Chief of Staff at 70 Faces Media. Prior to joining 70 Faces Media, Dani led strategic and operations-related initiatives at JCC Manhattan for five years. Prior to joining JCC Manhattan, she managed operations at Flywheel Sports, as well as overseeing corporate projects, product development and packaging at a startup food retail company. She received her BA from New York University and MS in Nonprofit Management from Fordham University.

Email: delkins@70facesmedia.org

Shuli Karkowsky : VP, Development & Strategy

Shuli Karkowsky

VP, Development & Strategy

70 Faces Media

Shuli Karkowsky

VP, Development & Strategy

Shuli Karkowsky oversees 70 Faces Media's philanthropic resource development, where she is responsible for charting a strategic course to grow the organization's resources and managing its fundraising team.

Before joining 70 Faces Media, Shuli was the Campaign Director of the Lawyers Division of UJA-Federation of New York. In that capacity, she oversaw a team of eight professionals who raised over $8 million from lawyers and law firms in New York. She also supervised UJA's efforts to engage Russian-speaking Jews in the New York area. In her four years at UJA, she increased her portfolio by over $1 million, or 15%.

Before joining UJA, Shuli was a litigator at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP. Shuli graduated from Harvard Law School in 2009, and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Maryland in 2006. She lives on the Upper West Side with her husband, Avi, and her two-year-old twins, Lila and Caleb.

Email: skarkowsky@70facesmedia.org

Deborah Kolben : COO/Editorial Director

Deborah Kolben

COO/Editorial Director

70 Faces Media

Deborah Kolben

COO/Editorial Director

Deborah Kolben serves as the COO and Editorial Director at 70 Faces Media. She was a co-founder of Kveller.com. Previously, Deborah was the city editor of The New York Sun and the managing editor of the Village Voice. She received a master's degree from Johns Hopkins University and received an Arthur F. Burns fellowship to report in Germany, and has also written for The New York Times, Financial Times, The New York Daily News, and The Forward. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two daughters.

Email: dkolben@70facesmedia.org

Leo Lazar : VP, Business Development & Strategy/Associate Publisher

Leo Lazar

VP, Business Development & Strategy/Associate Publisher

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Leo Lazar

VP, Business Development & Strategy/Associate Publisher

A DC native with French roots, Leo graduated from Princeton with a degree in Public Policy and worked for General Electric International as a Financial Analyst, Auditor, and Pricing Manager through 2010. After a year at Bridgewater Associates, Leo joined Louise Blouin Media, a diversified media company specialized in the Fine Arts before coming to JTA.

Email: llazar@70facesmedia.org

Lee Silverstein : VP, Finance and Administration

Lee Silverstein

VP, Finance and Administration

70 Faces Media

Lee Silverstein

VP, Finance and Administration

Lee joined JTA in 1996 after serving as the assistant director of finance and administration at Columbia University. Her extensive experience includes financial positions at Mobil Oil, Time Warner and Merrill Lynch. She holds an MBA in finance from Zicklin School of Business-CUNY.

Email: lsilverstein@70facesmedia.com

Shevy Baskin : Digital Operations Manager

Shevy Baskin

Digital Operations Manager

70 Faces Media

Shevy Baskin

Digital Operations Manager

Shevy has an MA in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies and a BA in Sociology and Near Eastern and Judaic Studies from Brandeis University. She has previously interned for the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, UJA-Federation of New York, and Mayyim Hayyim Community Mikveh.

Email: shevy@myjewishlearning.com

Gabrielle Birkner : Senior Editor

Gabrielle Birkner

Senior Editor

70 Faces Media

Gabrielle Birkner

Senior Editor

Gabrielle works on special projects for 70 Faces Media, and is overseeing the forthcoming relaunch of My Jewish Learning. She previously served as managing editor of JTA. Before that she was the director of digital media at the Forward, where she founded the newspaper's popular women's issues blog, The Sisterhood. Prior to joining the Forward, she was features editor at The New York Sun. She is also the co-founder of Modern Loss, a website about grief and loss geared toward 20- and 30-somethings, and is currently writing a book, based on the site, for HarperCollins. Her work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Quartz, More, The Daily Beast and other publications. Gabrielle is an alumna of Northwestern University. She lives in Los Angeles with husband and children.

Email: gbirkner@70facesmedia.org and follow her @gabibirkner

Marc Brodsky : Copy Editor

Marc Brodsky

Copy Editor

JTA

Marc Brodsky

Copy Editor

Prior to joining JTA in 2006, Marc served 15 years as the assistant managing editor at The New York Jewish Week. He also has worked as a reporter and editor in news and sports for daily and weekly newspapers in New Jersey.

Email: mbrodsky@jta.org

Sam Cohen : Advertising Operations Associate

Sam Cohen

Advertising Operations Associate

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Sam Cohen

Advertising Operations Associate

After earning his B.A. in Media Studies from Penn State, Sam lived in Philadelphia, Washington, and Beijing, working in startups, PR firms, and non-profits. Sam spends his time with his Beijing foundling dog Buttercup and brewing beer.

Email: scohen@70facesmedia.org

Josefin Dolsten : Editorial Assistant

Josefin Dolsten

Editorial Assistant

JTA

Josefin Dolsten

Editorial Assistant

Prior to joining JTA, Josefin wrote for the Forward, Times of Israel and Psychology Today. She received an MA in Jewish Studies and Comparative Religion from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a BA in Government from Cornell University. Her interests include the intersection of religion, politics and gender.

Email: jdolsten@jta.org and follow @JosefinDolsten

Marnie Dubow : Administrative Assistant

Marnie Dubow

Administrative Assistant

70 Faces Media

Marnie Dubow

Administrative Assistant

Marnie serves as Administrative Assistant at 70 Faces Media. She is a seasoned administrator with over 15 years of experience. Prior to joining 70 Faces she was Office Manager at Bay Ridge Jewish Center, where she helped grow membership and donations through strategic community outreach and exceptional customer service. She has also worked in the desktop publishing centers at top banks and law firms in New York City. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and daughter.

Email: mdubow@70facesmedia.org

Gabe Friedman : Editorial Assistant

Gabe Friedman

Editorial Assistant

JTA

Gabe Friedman

Editorial Assistant

Prior to joining JTA, Gabe was an arts and culture fellow at the Forward, where he wrote dozens of stories, including a feature on a Jewish family who settled in Pakistan and a profile of the Jewish founder of the popular music venue/bowling alley Brooklyn Bowl. Gabe is a recent graduate of the University of Chicago; as a student there, he contributed to various campus and community publications.

Email: gfriedman@jta.org

Nate Geller : Assistant Director of Development

Nate Geller

Assistant Director of Development

70 Faces Media

Nate Geller

Assistant Director of Development

Nate Geller serves as Assistant Director of Development.. He earned a BA in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies and an MA in Jewish Communal Service from Brandeis University, and spent periods studying in Israel as an undergraduate and graduate student. He has served as Director of Foundation Relations for The Abraham Fund Initiatives; as Executive Director of the North American Campaign for Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies; and as Director of Community Services and Cultural Affairs for the National Conference on Soviet Jewry. During his decade of work for NCSJ he traveled extensively to Jewish communities in the former Soviet Union and twice participated in Human Dimensions conferences of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in Bucharest and Warsaw providing testimony on anti-Semitism, minority rights and the emerging Jewish communities of the former Soviet Union.

Email: ngeller@70facesmedia.org

Ben Harris : Associate Editor

Ben Harris

Associate Editor

JTA

Ben Harris

Associate Editor

In his seven years with JTA, Ben has reported from more than 15 countries. His writing has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe, New York magazine, among other publications.

Email: bharris@jta.org

Uriel Heilman : Associate Director of Business Development

Uriel Heilman

Associate Director of Business Development

JTA

Uriel Heilman

Associate Director of Business Development

Uriel Heilman re-joined JTA in 2007 after a stint doing independent reporting in Israel and the Arab world. Before that, he served as New York bureau chief of the Jerusalem Post. An award-winning journalist, he has served as JTA’s managing editor, news editor, and has worked as a reporter for a variety of publications in the United States and in Israel.

Email: uheilman@jta.org and @urielheilman

Ron Kampeas : D.C. Bureau Chief

Ron Kampeas

D.C. Bureau Chief

JTA

Ron Kampeas

D.C. Bureau Chief

Ron came to JTA from The Associated Press, where he worked for more than a decade in its bureaus in Jerusalem, New York, London and, most recently, Washington. He has reported from Northern Ireland, Afghanistan, Bosnia and West Africa. While living in Israel, he also worked for the Jerusalem Post and several Jewish organizations.

Email: rkampeas@jta.org and follow @kampeas

Lisa Keys : Features Editor

Lisa Keys

Features Editor

JTA

Lisa Keys

Features Editor

Lisa Keys is a veteran journalist who has held staff positions at the New York Post, Hearst magazines and the Forward. She's been a regular contributor to the New York Times, and her work has appeared in publications such as New York, Good Housekeeping and Tablet. Most recently she was Managing Editor of the Real Deal's Luxury Listings magazine. She is not related to Alicia.

Email: lkeys@jta.org

Cnaan Liphshiz : Europe Correspondent

Cnaan Liphshiz

Europe Correspondent

JTA

Cnaan Liphshiz

Europe Correspondent

Based in the Netherlands, Cnaan covers the mosaic of cultures, languages and traditions that is European Jewry. Born in Israel, previously worked as foreign news editor for Ma’ariv and as a reporter for Haaretz.

Email: cliphshiz@jta.org and follow @hebrish

Jon Madof : Director of Design and Technology

Jon Madof

Director of Design and Technology

70 Faces Media

Jon Madof

Director of Design and Technology

Prior to joining 70 Faces Media, Jon worked in web and graphic design for clients including New York University, FUSE TV, Jewlicious Festivals, Mediacom, and the PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature. In his other life as a musician, he leads the Jewish Afrobeat band Zion80 (Tzadik Records) and has worked with John Zorn, Matisyahu, and many others.

Email: jmadof@70facesmedia.com

Julia Matua : Staff Accountant

Julia Matua

Staff Accountant

70 Faces Media

Julia Matua

Staff Accountant

Julia joined JTA in 2004. Her previous work experience includes accounting positions at a CPA firm, National Organization on Disability and Foundation for Jewish Culture. She earned her accounting degree from CUNY's Ziklin School of Business.

Email: jmatua@jta.org

Jennifer Reich Modlinger : Director of Partnerships

Jennifer Reich Modlinger

Director of Partnerships

70 Faces Media

Jennifer Reich Modlinger

Director of Partnerships

Jennifer received an M.S.W. from Columbia University, an M.A. from the Jewish Theological Seminary, and a B.A. from The George Washington University. She previously held positions at Project Interchange at the American Jewish Committee, UJA-Federation of New York, and the American Pardes Foundation. When she isn't working or parenting she is an avid knitter and gluten-free baker. She lives in Teaneck, New Jersey with her husband and two sons.

Email: jennifer@kveller.com

Marcy Oster : Briefs Editor

Marcy Oster

Briefs Editor

JTA

Marcy Oster

Briefs Editor

Marcy worked at the Cleveland Jewish News for nearly 12 years and was a senior staff reporter before moving to Israel in 2000. She has won several awards for her writing from organizations including The Press Club of Cleveland, Society for Professional Journalists, Women in Communications, and the American Jewish Press Association.

Email: moster@jta.org

Marissa Roer : Video Editor

Marissa Roer

Video Editor

70 Faces Media

Marissa Roer

Video Editor

Marissa is the video editor at 70 Faces Media. After majoring in Music and Media & Communications at Muhlenberg College, she developed a love for documentary film which then evolved into a passion for film editing. She has edited everything from the Oxygen Network to a variety of Short Films and is in the process of producing her project, Musicians of NYC. If she is not found staring deeply into the Adobe Creative Cloud, she can be found composing music and designing terrariums.

Email: mroer@70facesmedia.org

Ben Sales : Reporter

Ben Sales

Reporter

JTA

Ben Sales

Reporter

Ben reports on Israeli politics, culture, society and economics—in addition to covering Palestinian and regional affairs. A graduate of Washington University in St. Louis and the Columbia University Journalism School, he is the former editor-in-chief of New Voices, the national Jewish student magazine.

Email: bsales@jta.org and follow @benjaminsales

Shannon Sarna : Editor

Shannon Sarna

Editor

The Nosher

Shannon Sarna

Editor

Born to an Italian mother who loved to bake, a Jewish father who loved to experiment, and a food chemist grandfather, loving and experimenting with diverse foods is in her blood. When she isn't tweeting, eating, or tweeting what she's eating, Shannon spends her time in Jersey City, NJ with her daughter, her husband, and her rescue dog, Otis.

Email: shasarna@gmail.com and follow @shasarna.

Ilana Sichel : Jewniverse Editor

Ilana Sichel

Jewniverse Editor

70 Faces Media

Ilana Sichel

Jewniverse Editor

Ilana edits the Jewniverse email and blog, and is a writer and translator whose work has been published in Prairie Schooner, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Narrative, The Los Angeles Review of Books, Haaretz, and The Forward. Previously, she was editor-in-chief of New Voices Magazine and a research fellow at the Israeli NGO Ir Amim. She earned her AB at Harvard and her MFA in fiction from the University of Michigan, where she taught literature and writing.

Email: ilana@myjewishlearning.com and follow @ilanasichel

Andrew Silow-Carroll : Editor in Chief

Andrew Silow-Carroll

Editor in Chief

JTA

Andrew Silow-Carroll

Editor in Chief

Andrew oversees JTA’s editorial operations. Previously he served as editor in chief and CEO of the New Jersey Jewish News, and wrote an award-winning weekly column that appeared there and in the Times of Israel. He was previously the managing editor of the Forward newspaper, editor of the Washington (D.C.) Jewish Week, senior editor of the bimonthly Moment magazine, and a reporter for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. He is an alumnus of the Jerusalem Fellows, an international program in Jewish education based in Jerusalem. He is the author, in 2016, of From Sinai to Seinfeld: The History of Jewish Humor, a curriculum written for The Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning.

Email: asc@jta.org and follow @silowcarroll

Andrew Tobin : Israel Correspondent

Andrew Tobin

Israel Correspondent

JTA

Andrew Tobin

Israel Correspondent

Andrew is a reporter in Israel for JTA.org. Prior to this position, he managed digital operations for JTA.org. He worked previously as an editor and reporter for Haaretz’s English-language edition and as a reporter for The Times of Israel. His work has also been published in the Forward, The Jerusalem Post and The Huffington Post Investigative Fund. Andrew holds master’s degrees in journalism and international affairs from Columbia University.

Email: atobin@jta.org

Molly Tolsky : Editor

Molly Tolsky

Editor

Kveller

Molly Tolsky

Editor

Originally from Chicago, Molly earned an MFA in Fiction Writing from Sarah Lawrence College. Her work has appeared in various literary magazines including Lumina, MAKE, and The Collagist, and her non-fiction has appeared in The Jewish Daily Forward. She is a founding editor of the literary journal No Tokens.

Email: molly@kveller.com and follow @mollytolsky

Joanna Valente : Editorial Assistant

Joanna Valente

Editorial Assistant

Kveller

Joanna Valente

Editorial Assistant

Joanna is the author of Sirs & Madams and The Gods Are Dead. She received her MFA at Sarah Lawrence College. Her full-length collection Marys of the Sea is forthcoming from ELJ Publications in 2016 and her chapbook Xenos is forthcoming from Imaginary Friend Press. In her free time, she is also the editor of Yes Poetry & Luna Luna Magazine. You can follow her at @joannasaid and reach her at joanna@kveller.com.

Julie Wiener : Managing Editor

Julie Wiener

Managing Editor

MyJewishLearning

Julie Wiener

Managing Editor

Before joining MJL, Julie was online editor of JTA. She has also worked at the Detroit Jewish News and The New York Jewish Week, where she won several awards for her coverage of Jewish education and wrote “In The Mix,” a groundbreaking column and blog on interfaith relationships. Her work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, New York Sun and Associated Press, and she is a contributor to "Sacred Calling: Four Decades of Women in the Rabbinate" (CCAR Press).

Email: jwiener@jta.org and follow @julie_wiener

Lior Zaltzman : Social Media Editor

Lior Zaltzman

Social Media Editor

70 Faces Media

Lior Zaltzman

Social Media Editor

Prior to joining 70 Faces Media, Lior was a digital fellow at the Forward, where she wrote about funky yarmulkes and short Jewish men, made comics of bad date stories in a series called #OyDate, created animated-gif, illustrations and drafted thousands of social media posts. Lior is a cartoonist and illustrator, her work was featured in exhibitions from Israel to Canada and has been honored by the Society of Illustrators.

Email: lzaltzman@70facesmedia.org and follow @ liorca

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