Natalie Yosipovitch, M.I.T.
No matter where she lived growing up (Singapore, Israel, and the US), Natalie was always able to find comfort and community in the Jewish world. Natalie completed pre-medical studies at UNC Chapel Hill, and only after finishing all of her requirements, decided that she wanted to pursue a different path more aligned with her interests. Natalie moved to Miami after undergrad to serve as a City Year AmeriCorps member, and then went on to complete her masters in Community Psychology at the University of Miami. Natalie is excited to utilize her background in community building, program development and evaluation to promote a welcoming and inclusive Jewish community for MIT graduate students. Natalie does engagement and programming for Jewish graduate students at MIT and is responsible for leading the ConnecTech and Benenu (partnering Israeli MIT students with American host families in Boston) programs. She is excited to help graduate students at MIT explore and learn about their Jewish identities through the Jewish Learning Fellowship.