ABOUT THE EDITORS
Yossi is a dog person, but he loves animals of all different shapes and sizes. He's also been a vegan for over ten years and will travel far for some yummy vegan food, especially donuts. When not watching cute animal videos, Yossi can be found at Princeton where is he a senior. He also serves on the board of the Shamayim V'Aretz Institute.
Student, Bread maker, Animal lover
Graduate Student, Tree hugger, Animal lover
Ilana is a passionate animal and environmental advocate. She is currently pursuing a Masters of Science Degree in Animals and Public Policy at Tufts University. Ilana also serves as the Program Associate for the Shamayim V'Aretz Institute. When not working or in school, Ilana can be found singing, trying out new vegan restaurants, or playing with her pets.
Jews For Animals is a space for Jewish animal lovers
For some that love may stem from their relationship with their pets and for others it may be about their quest for creating a more just world where animals suffer less. I’m sure some of you care about animals from a purely emotional space, while others may be thinking about religious teachings. Whatever your connection is we want this to be a space for you.
Jews for Animals is a project of the Shamayim V’Aretz Institute, a force in the Jewish world that is putting animal welfare on the Jewish agenda