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Ambassadors for Change is a yearlong cohort for young adults (ages 25-40) organized to raise awareness for the Holocaust Center, inspire change in our community, and help you build your personal and professional networks through mission-based social and educational opportunities.


2021 Cohort Members:

  • Claire Bruncke
  • Elaine Buchignani
  • Sami Dubow
  • Michelle Federman
  • Abe Friedman
  • Bevin Fritz-Waters
  • Max Gun
  • Ty Hansen
  • Stephanie Lammers
  • Kim Mai
  • Moriel O'Connor
  • Isobel Press 
  • Amanda Privitt
  • Eryk Waligora
  • Jordan Weiner

Member Eligibility and Commitment:

  • Open to young adults in Washington State, aged 25-40, of all backgrounds
  • 15 members (7 new) will be accepted for a one-year commitment, with the opportunity to renew. The 2021 cohort will include eight 2020 cohort members.
  • $150 (or more) personal contribution for participation. If cost is a barrier, please contact us! We do not want to turn anyone away due to financial need.
  • Members must attend at least two Holocaust Center events as an ambassador, in addition to Ambassador-led events.
  • Meetings will occur virtually on Zoom each month, beginning Feb. 2021. There will also be four optional social engagement events throughout the year (two virtual, two socially-distanced).

Benefits for Cohort Members

  • Museum membership
  • Opportunity to plan and execute two Holocaust Center events: Sip & Learn Fundraiser in July 2021, and an educational event for the young adult community in September 2021
  • Invites to exclusive events (donor receptions, members-only events, etc.)
  • Opportunities to create communications content: contribute to social media, be featured in newsletters
  • Recognition on Holocaust Center's website and in Annual Report

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Funding for Ambassadors for Change was made possible, in part, by a grant from the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle.