Jules Aviv Rose (they/them) is a Jewish educator, non-profit professional, activist and writer with a background in immigration law. They are originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma, where they taught at Temple Israel’s Shorashim Hebrew School for eight years before relocating to New York in 2018 to work for UJA-Federation of New York. Jules holds a B. A. in Political Science and an Advanced Certificate in International Studies from the University of Tulsa. Most recently, Jules served as a Service Core Member with Repair the World, practicing tikkun olam as a housing organizer and engaging in weekly Jewish text studies. They currently serve on the Uptown Manhattan Neighborhood Group Coordination Team for Jews for Racial & Economic Justice (JFREJ). Jules is passionate about building community connections across the Queer & Jewish worlds. They live in Hamilton Heights with their orange cat named Fitz, where they often host OneTable Shabbat meals.