Repair the World Atlanta, an affiliate of the national Repair the World organization, which is devoted to engaging Jewish young adults and their communities in service, is thrilled to welcome Samantha Berinsky as its new city director. Berinsky will lead local service efforts and partnerships that engage young adults throughout the community.
“Samantha has a deep connection to Atlanta and brings such a strong commitment to creating positive social change and thriving Jewish life,” said Janu Mendel, Repair’s Southeast regional director. “We’re excited to have her lead our Atlanta team in engaging young adults in meaningful Jewish experiences. Along with our incredible organizational partners on the ground, we know they’ll have a deep impact in the community.”
Repair the World’s partnerships with Jewish engagement organizations and local nonprofits equip them to catalyze their communities in meaningful service and Jewish learning through training, consultation and shared programming,
A key partner is the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta. Eric M. Robbins, Federation president and CEO, said, “We are very excited about Samantha and what she will bring to Repair the World, which has become an integral part of our Atlanta Jewish ecosystem. In one of her first actions in her new role, Samantha brought the Repair the World fellows to meet with our community planning and impact team and we are already building meaningful collaborations together.”
“Atlanta Repair is such a powerful force for social action and making our community a more equal and just place for all,” added Berinsky. “I’m ready to grow our efforts even more and enable more young adults to tap into their Jewish values and serve to address urgent social needs. Together, Repair and all of our incredible partners can do great things in the community.”