2022 YIR: Meet Atlanta’s Jewish 40 Under 40
Every three years, the AJT spotlights the most influential 40 Jewish people under the age of 40.
Sasha Heller is the Web Editor and Copy Editor for the Atlanta Jewish Times
Once every three years, the Atlanta Jewish Times spotlights the most influential Jewish Atlantans under the age of 40. The feature is easily one of the most read stories every time it publishes, and this year was no exception, as the December publication helped the AJT’s website set record traffic numbers.
This year, members of the Jewish community submitted 104 nominations. Of those nominations, 20 women and 20 men were selected.
The AJT’s Jewish Atlanta 40 Under 40 featured the following individuals: Marni Bekerman; Zach Bernath; Sarah Bernstein; Heather Blake; Cary Daniel Blumenfeld; Rabbi Sam Blustin; Benjamin Bornstein; Adam Cohen; Avital K. Cohen; Rabbi Daniel Dorsch; Alex Estroff; Ethan Fialkow; Danielle Kerker Goldstein; Rebecca L. Good; Craig Habif; Ben Halpern; Jennifer (Jenn) Handel; Kayla Heering; Rabbi David Helfand; Alexandra (Alex) Joseph; Quinton Katler; Jessica Katz; Jared Kaye; Lisa Lebovitz Schnaubelt; Benjamin Lefkove; Rebecca Leslie; Nir Levy; Melissa McGrath; Chava Neiditch; Rabbi Isser New; Matthew Oppenheimer; Arielle Orlansky; Jacob Ross; Jessie Schwartzman; Joshua Spielman; Samanth (Sami) Tanenbaum; Michael S. Wilensky; Josh Wulz; Hannah Zale; Lori Zeligman
Congratulations to this year’s Atlanta’s Jewish 40 Under 40. And make sure to submit your nominations in a couple years for the next crop of featured influential Jewish Atlantans.
- Year in Review
- Sasha Heller
- 40 under 40
- Marni Bekerman
- Zach Bernath
- Sarah Bernstein
- Heather Blake
- Cary Daniel Blumenfeld
- Rabbi Sam Blustin
- Benjamin Bornstein
- Adam Cohen
- Avital K. Cohen; Rabbi Daniel Dorsch; Alex Estroff; Ethan Fialkow; Danielle Kerker Goldstein; Rebecca L. Good; Craig Habif; Ben Halpern; Jennifer (Jenn) Handel; Kayla Heering; Rabbi David Helfand; Ale