CJL Program Coordinator, Project 55 Fellow
During his undergraduate years at Princeton, James was an inaugural member of the Jewish Leaders Advisory Board (J-LAB) and a student member of the CJL Board of Directors. He was also one of the first participants in the CJL's B'nai Mitzvah program. Although James did not grow up with a "traditional" or "intensive" Jewish background, he continues to explore his Jewish identity through his involvement with the CJL and Hillel International. He is dedicated to making all students feel welcome at the CJL. Additionally, James studies the psychological aspects of antisemitism and aspires to be a social psychologist. He also dabbles in stand-up comedy, and critics have described him as "Who?"