Posnack School Alumni News
Ten years after graduating, Arielle and Oren Zadik came back to where it all began so that their daughter could begin her own Posnack School journey. Welcome to Kindergarten!
Maia Dombey (Class of 2013) was in Geneva as part of the University of Miami Law School Human Rights Clinic. She was meeting with a member of the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women about the rights of indigenous women worldwide. Kol ha-kavod!
Jenna Marks (Class of 2016) is spending the semester in Senegal where she is learning about what religious pluralism looks like in non-western countries. Click for details and to follow her journey on her blog.
Posnack School alumni were on hand to celebrate the Class of 2018 at this week’s Senior Awards. Once a Ram, always a Ram!
Posnack School alumna Meital Sapir is currently serving in the IDF. She was reunited at the Kotel this week with her teacher and mentor, Morah Anat Nagar, who is currently accompanying the Posnack School Israel trip. Click for details.
Justin Etzine (Class of 2015) was recently elected the 129th President of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Union. Click for details. Kol ha-kavod.
Mazel tov to Class of 2010 alum Jeff Butensky on being called to the bar in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Click for details.
Posnack School alum Emily Kopp debuted Hold Your Head Up!, a new single spotlighted on the Huffington Post. Click for details.
Posnack School Class of 2010 alum, Carey Frank, was named Artist of the Week by Keyboard Magazine. Kol ha-kavod, Carey. Click to read his profile.
Photographs by the Class of 2021’s Jordan M. and Posnack School alum Rachel Steif (Class of 2017) were chosen to be hung in the Caelum Gallery in Soho, New York as part of the national Photogfest photography contest.