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BBYO

BBYO in Atlanta

New Members: Click here for information on Atlanta Council BBYO chapter placement.

AZA and BBG have helped shape the lives of its members since 1924. We have a network of over 250,000 alumni, many of whom are leaders in the fields of business, entertainment and politics, and attribute much of their success to the experiences they had in BBYO. As you chart your way through high school, we invite you to join BBYO, where you will find a great group of friends and plenty of opportunities to help build your character, confidence, and social calendar.

We "get" the stress that comes with starting high school, getting into college, and finding a place where you can be yourself. We provide opportunities for you to have fun in a comfortable, inclusive environment where lifelong friendships, skills and value systems are developed and nurtured.

What's great about BBYO is that it's a completely customizable experience. Our renowned leadership offerings empower teens to create and lead their own programs. We also offer opportunities for you to play sports, travel, do community service, and learn more about Jewish heritage.

Regardless of the BBYO path you choose, you'll walk away from BBYO with experiences that will help set you apart on college applications, provide you with a network of Jewish friends, and prepare you for the real world.

BBYO strives to welcome all Jewish teens, regardless of background, denominational affiliation, gender, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status, including those with a range of intellectual, emotional, and physical disabilities. Please contact us to learn more.

Meet the BBYO Staff

 

David Hoffman

BBYO Director
david.hoffman@atlantajcc.org
678.812.3974

David was born in Los Angeles and grew up in Dallas where he was Regional Shaliach and attended International Kallah, ILTC, and International Convention as a teen. In 2007, he graduated from List College, the joint program between Columbia University and the Jewish Theological Seminary, with one degree in American Studies and another in Bible. After college, David taught for the New York City Public Schools and then worked at Central Synagogue in Manhattan for five years while pursuing his Master’s Degrees in Education and Jewish Studies, and Hebrew and Judaic Studies from NYU. He has been an educator at BBYO’s International Kallah since 2011, and is excited to be working with Atlanta’s community of Jewish teens.

Paige Godfrey

BBYO Assistant Director
paige.godfrey@atlantajcc.org
678.812.4082

Paige Godfrey is excited to have accepted the position of BBYO Assistant Director at the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta. Paige will be continuing her career at the MJCCA, where she started with Day Camps in 2014. Before accepting the BBYO position, Paige became the Teen Program Coordinator at the MJCCA in November 2015.  Paige was born in Columbia, South Carolina and moved to Augusta, Georgia when she was going into 6th grade. Paige lived in Augusta until her second year of college when she transferred to Kennesaw State University. After graduating with a degree in Psychology from KSU, she decided to stay in the Atlanta area and get more involved with the Jewish community.  In her free time, Paige loves to listen to music, cook, and spend way too much money at Target.

Netta Ben-Hashal

BBYO Program Coordinator and Teen Camps Director
netta.ben-hashal@atlantajcc.org
678.812.3746

Netta Ben-Hashal is thrilled to rejoin the vibrant Jewish community in which she grew up. An Atlanta native, Netta is a graduate of Georgia College and State University, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Minor in Outdoor Education. Netta spent her time in high school and university avidly involved in Israel Advocacy and Judaic Programming. As a “life member” of Atlanta Council BBYO, she served as her Chapter N’siah, attended CLTC, Kallah, and three years of International Conventions. Her extensive Israel Advocacy experience includes undergraduate campus organizing, speaking, and event management, as well as professional roles at organizations such as AIPAC and ZOA. She is excited to involve the next generation of teens in exciting and innovative Judaic programming, and help them grow and develop as leaders. Netta is passionate about outdoor pursuits, all forms of coffee, and listening to music a little too loudly in Atlanta rush-hour traffic.

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For more information, contact bbyo at 678.812.3970.

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