Daniel Bernstein - President Grade: 10 Hey y'all! My name is Daniel Bernstein and I'm super excited to be your 2019-2020 MCUSY president. I am a sophomore at Frankel Jewish Academy. I have an older sister who currently attends University of Toledo and a six year old dog named Pippin. I enjoy playing baseball, hanging out with friends, and of course USY. I can't wait for an amazing year and if you have any questions, feel free to email me. See you at our next event!
Oz Gamer - Israeli Affairs VP Grade: 10 Hi! My name is Oz Gamer and I am in tenth grade at Frankel Jewish Academy. I am so happy to be your IA and I can't wait for an amazing year of learning about Israel. Some of my favorite things to do are biking, playing drums and bass guitar, spending time with my friends and family, and, of course, learning more about Israel. I am so excited to get to know everyone this year.
Naomi Lupovitch - Membership and Kadima VP Grade: 10 Hi! I'm Naomi Lupovitch, and I'm your Membership and Kadima VP. I love playing volleyball at West Bloomfield High School and spending time with my friends from all over Central Region USY. I can't wait to see new and old faces at our next event!
Isaac Smith - Religion Education VP Grade: 12 Hi, I'm Isaac and I'm a senior at West Bloomfield High School. I'm super excited to be your Rel/Ed this year! I love talking with friends, davening at shul, and, of course, singing (well, screaming) at ruach! I'd love to help answer any of your questions about Judaism or USY in general so feel free to contact me!
Becky Bernard - Communications VP Grade: 10 Hi team! My name is Becky Bernard and I’m pumped to be your Communications VP! I’m a sophomore at Berkley High School and I’ve been a part of MCUSY since 6th grade. In my spare time, you can catch me playing sports, chatting with my friends in USY, and avoiding cleaning my room. I can’t wait to see you at our next event!
Tova Schreiber - Chapter Advisor I’ve been MCUSY’S advisor since 2018. My goal is to empower our chapter by promoting teamwork, a passion for Judaism, and the development of leadership skills. Apart from Jewish interests, I’m a pretty serious “nerd” when it comes to history, books, and music. My hobbies include writing, going to blues clubs and used book sales, visiting museums, and camping in the Upper Peninsula.