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Sasha Lansky

Longest-Serving Board Member

B'nai Tzedek Youth Foundation

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Sasha Lansky
Sasha Lansky is a high school senior who enjoys running, kayaking, biking, reading, leading her STAND chapter, being the longest-serving board member of her local B'nai Tzedek Youth Foundation and doing all she can for Hazon. She's also a member of the JVibe Teen Advisory Board.


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Sasha Lansky
Hazon :: Sasha Lansky Sasha Lansky Sasha Lansky is a student at Amherst Regional High School in Amherst, MA. As well as being involved with Hazon, Sasha runs and Nordic skis for her high school, competes on a local cycling team, kayaks, stresses about college, and when not busy, loves a good book. Sasha is inspired by Hazon's work and tries to impact and improve the world in her own way by serving as co-president of the STAND (A Student Anti-Genocide Coalition) Club at her high school, competing on her high school's Model UN team, and by training a service dog on the weekends, amongst other things. Sasha first got involved in the world of Jewish philanthropy and non-profits in 2004 when she became a member of B'nai Tzedek, the Jewish youth philanthropy program that many teens join after their bar or bat mitzvahs. In 2005 Sasha was accepted onto the Youth Foundation of the Western Massachusetts B'nai Tzedek. It was then that Sasha first heard about Hazon, and completed her first NY Ride in 2006. Sasha loved Hazon from that first Shabbos in the yurt, and, in addition to serving on the New York Ride Allocations Committee in both 2006 and 2007, was privileged to intern in the Hazon office and work with Hazon's inspiring staff during the summer of 2008. Sasha now serves on the Board of Directors and is patiently waiting until she turns 18 so that she will be a full voting member.


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Sasha Lansky
Sasha Lansky is a high school junior who enjoys running, kayaking, biking, reading, leading her STAND chapter, being the longest-serving board member of her local B'nai Tzedek Youth Foundation and doing all she can for Hazon. She's also a member of the JVibe Teen Advisory Board. Bookmark/Search this post with:


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Sasha Lansky
Sasha Lansky is a senior at Amherst Regional High School. She is co-president of her high school's STAND and spends her free time reading, writing, photographing, running, biking, Nordic skiing, kayaking and training a service dog. She is the longest-serving board member of her B'nai Tzedek Youth philanthropy program. She is on the Board of Directors of Hazon, the largest environmental organization in the American Jewish Community.


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