GTJ welcomes new blog editor: Noa Levanon

Gather the Jews is pleased to welcome Noa Levanon to her new position as co-editor of the GTJ blog (along with Stephen Richer).

Noa’s involvement will add both editing expertise and a knowledge of Israel to the GTJ blog.  After receiving a BA from Princeton University, Noa moved to Israel where she served in the Israel Defense Forces for three years.  Noa extended her to stay in Israel as both a masters student at Hebrew University and as an editor at Ynet, an Israeli news website.  Noa is now pursuing a doctorate in conflict management at the John Hopkins School for Advanced and International Studies (SAIS).

Although Noa has been part of the GTJ staff for several months now, we are still extremely pleased and excited to welcome her to her new role as co-editor of the blog.

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