Rediscover & Relocate — Aliyah with Nefesh B’Nefesh
Hear from those who have made a successful transition!
Rock and Hillel Davis made Aliyah in 2011 from Oceanside, Long Island to Jerusalem (Mercaz Ha’ir). Prior to Aliyah Hillel worked in Human Resources, the last 8 years serving as VP for University Life at Yeshiva University. Rock was a teacher and storyteller and worked for many years in Camp Morasha. Since their Aliyah, Rock volunteers as a medical clown and Hillel works as COO at Five Blocks, a digital reputation management company. Rock and Hillel followed their son who had made Aliyah with his family in 2006 to Shaalvim and were thrilled to have their daughter and her family join them in Israel this past summer when they made Aliyah to Ramot in Jerusalem. They have two daughters still living in the States.
Cookie and Sheldon Schaffel made Aliyah in 2018 from Skokie, Illinois to the North Talpiot neighborhood of Jerusalem. Prior to their retirement, Sheldon was a guidance counselor at Highland Park high school and assistant principal of the high school division of the Hebrew Theological College. Cookie was a preschool teacher in Chicago Public School system. Their two youngest daughters live in Israel (one in Modiin and one in Alon Shvut). They have two sons still living in the Chicago area and a son in Monsey.
Marc Rosenberg, Vice President for Diaspora Partnerships
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