Congratulations to Aviva Vogelstein
Edward Kunz Brandeis Blog
June 19, 2017


The Louis D. Brandeis Center would like to congratulate its Director of Legal Initiatives, Aviva Vogelstein, on receiving the Daniel Siegel Memorial Alumni Award from her former high school last Sunday. The award is given out every year by the Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School Alumni Association to an alum who maintains a connection to Beth Tfiloh and shows outstanding leadership in the Jewish community.

Beth Tfiloh, located in Baltimore, Maryland, is a Jewish community day school that ranges from pre-school through 12th grade, and is attached to the largest Modern Orthodox synagogue in North America. Vogelstein was thanked for her dedication to Beth Tfiloh, especially in regards to the talks she has presented to the Junior and Senior high school classes on her work at the Brandeis Center and on the topics of fighting BDS and anti-Semitism when they get to college

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