Rachael Harvey is a recent graduate of the University of Mary Washington with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. She was a coxswain for the women's rowing team at UMW all four years and served as a co-captain on the team her senior year. She has also been deeply involved with the Union for Reform Judaism for several years from being a participant in the Union's National Youth Group, NFTY-Northeast, to being on staff for 5 consecutive summers at the URJ Kutz Camp (the Union's summer home for Reform Jewish Leadership). Throughout her years in the various leadership positions she's held, Rachael has been able to mold together her role as a coxswain into these leadership positions at Kutz. As a coxswain, Rachael encouraged the rowers in the boat to move and pull as one to complete the race. In Jewish leadership, she feels she continues to do the same by motivating and encouraging the ones she works with to think together, apply their strengths, and pull as one in order to be successful in progressing towards a better future for stronger Reform Jewish engagement. She looks forward to her future in Towson Hillel, hoping to translate that same leadership into her role as an Engagement Associate and Ezra Fellow!