Hayley Huber ’23 Joins Hillel International 2021-2022 Student Cabinet Huber is one of 20 members of the cabinet's sixth cohort, representing diverse Jewish backgrounds and experiences globally.
Hillel International, the largest Jewish campus organization in the world, announced the 20 members of the 2021-2022 Hillel International Student Cabinet, which includes Washington and Lee University student Hayley Huber ’23. The cabinet shares their advice, opinions and perspectives with Hillel International’s leadership to help Hillels engage Jewish college students everywhere.
“It means so much to be appointed to this position because I love Hillel and want all Jewish college students to have the opportunity to find that love as I have,” Huber said. “I’m truly honored and beyond excited to serve on such an important body and to represent W&L.”
The new members comprise a diverse cohort and were selected to represent a wide range of Jewish backgrounds and interests. They represent three countries, hail from colleges and universities of varying sizes and are engaged in many different areas of study. The members were selected through a highly competitive process.
Huber says her involvement in W&L’s Hillel came very naturally.
“I spent my first Friday night on campus as a freshman at the Hillel House, welcomed by tons of W&L upper division students, VMI cadets and our incredible Hillel director, Maggie Shapiro-Haskett,” Huber said. “Throughout my life, I’ve always sought out the Jewish community, and it was so easy finding it at W&L through Hillel.”
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