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Meet your 2016-2017 AETY Executive Board!

AETY Executive Board Vision Statement

AETY Executive BoardThe AETY Executive Board, as part of Temple Adat Elohim Youth Group, will work together to accomplish the following goals:

Work as a team to create a community, and Youth Group culture, that will bring together, and support, all Youth Group members. Help keep our Jewish history and traditions alive through active Youth Group involvement. Help foster a strong, long-lasting connection to Judaism in both themselves and other Youth Group members. In so doing, the AETY Executive Board will strive to build strong, dynamic Jewish identities, and life-long connections to each other, and our Temple, through unique and exciting social events and actively participating in Tikkun Olam, helping to heal our world.

We welcome this special group as they help redefine, and build, our growing Temple Youth Group.

"Hello all! My name is Allison Weisenfeld and I am the AETY President this year! I am a senior Westlake High School where I am involved in student government and varsity lacrosse. My favorite animal is a giraffe, my favorite color is teal, and my favorite TV show has to be The Office (although I also highly recommend New Girl and How I Met Your Mother). I can't wait to make this AETY year the most memorable, exciting, and successful one yet. Be sure to come to a youth group event this year to see my amateur juggling skills and my color coded calendar!"

“Hey AETY!! I'm Kylie and I'm your new Programming Vice President. I'm an incoming junior at Westlake High School and I have a passion for soccer, volleyball and Jewish events. From AETY events, NFTY events and Jewish sleep away camp, I am beyond prepared for this year and I can't wait for the new memories and new traditions to be made!”

"Hi! My name is Elijah Dictor and I am this year’s Financial Vice President. I have been a member of TAE my whole life and I am excited to be a big part of our youth group. I am a senior at Westlake High School. I have passions for skateboarding and fashion."

"Hello, my name is Andrea Levenson and I am currently serving as AETY’s Membership Vice President! I am a senior at Westlake High School who has focused much time in theatre arts programs. I have spent too many summers to count at Camp Alonim from a camper to a counselor and feel as if camp is my second home. I love talking to people and getting to know their stories whether it’s in English or American Sign Language. I hope if anyone is even the slightest bit interested in joining Temple Youth Group they will because it has been one of the best decisions of my life."

Religion and Cultural Vice President: “My name is Ethan Gage. I am an 11th grader in the International Baccalaureate Program at Agoura High School. I am on the varsity football team, a link crew leader, and an active member in clubs on campus. Outside of school I work with 3rd graders as a madrich and 7th graders as a tutor at TAE. I am very dedicated to the RCVP position of AETY and as Outreach Chair for NFTY-SOCAL. I am proud of my involvement in both AETY and NFTY because the people I have met have helped to shape the person I have become.”

"“Hi guys! I'm Maddie! I'm this year's Communications Vice President! I'm going to be a junior this year. Outside of TYG, I focus on theatre! I go to NFTY events, and cannot wait for this year's events! I can't wait to hang out with all of you at all of AETY's events this year!”

Meet Hannah Kreitman, AETY's Social Action Vice President! A Westlake High School senior measuring in at 5'5 and 3/4, she is currently going through the college application process and is majoring in Environmental Engineering. She loves flower crowns, good music, and Perks of Being a Wallflower. Hannah also collects glow in the dark wall stars and currently has 747 on her ceiling (wow!). She has been on AETY board for 4 years and is excited to make this year the most brilliant yet.

“Hi! My name is Sarah Warner and I am thrilled to be this year’s AETY board Member at Large. Temple Adat Elohim has been my home ever since I was born and I am now a junior at Thousand Oaks High School. I am a junior cantor, a madricha, and a student of our religious school system. I am excited to have the chance to help other children grow their Jewish identity, spark new friendships, and make TAE their home.”

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