Talmidim Unit Head
My name is Eliza Lieberman and this is my first summer at Jacobs! This summer I will be working as the Talmidim Unit Head. I am from Charlotte, North Carolina and just graduated from Rhodes College in Memphis, TN! I love all things performance- from writing my own songs to being on stage with my improv troupe. I also love adventure and being outside.
Talmidim Girl Counselors
Hi, my name is Ofir Allouche and I’m from Israel :)! During the COVID-19 year, I managed to be released from my military service, and was accepted by The Jewish Agency, the program that got me here! This is my first summer here; I will be a counselor and I am hoping to lead activities in performing arts. I am very excited about the summer!
Hi, my name is Lauren Cohen and I am from Dunwoody, Georgia. I am currently a rising sophomore at the University of Georgia where I am studying communications. I will be a counselor at camp this summer. This will be my seventh summer at Jacobs (5 as camper and 2 on staff). At UGA I worked with Miracle and I assisted my sorority in raising money for Prevent Child Abuse America during our annual philanthropy event.
Hi, y’all! I’m Ana Finger! I am from New Orleans, and I just graduated from Newman school. After being a camper for four years, I am so excited to return for my first year on staff! This year, I worked on my school’s community service committee to create meaningful student experiences centered around conversations of identity. I also served as president of NFTY Southern’s regional board, working with a team of 6 teens to create fun and engaging experiences for other Jewish teens in the South!
My name is Talia, and I am originally from Birmingham, Alabama, but live in Canton, Georgia now. I attended Jacobs as a camper for many years, and I am so excited to finally be a counselor! I can’t wait to give my campers the same amazing experience and Jacobs Magic that I experienced growing up!
Hi, my name is Ella Rockoff and I am from Jackson, MS! I am currently a rising sophomore at Birmingham-Southern College. In Birmingham, I am a fourth-grade Sunday school teacher at Temple Emanu-el and do a lot of volunteer work at First Light Women’s Shelter. This is my twelfth summer at Jacobs camp, but my first summer being a counselor! I’m so excited to be able to come back to Jacobs Camp, especially after not being able to last summer. I love camp so much and I can’t wait to spread some Jacobs magic this summer!