Jordy Cohen is originally from outside of Boston, Massachusetts. She earned her BA in Religious Studies with a certificate in Jewish Studies and a minor in Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh. During her time in rabbinical school, she has served student pulpits in Marquette (Upper Peninsula), Michigan and Flint, Michigan as well as interning at Rockwern Academy, The Brueggeman Center for Dialogue at Xavier University and Rockdale Temple in Cincinnati. Jordy is passionate about immersive experiences and Israel travel and has led Mitzvah Corps programs to Seattle, Israel, New Orleans, and Costa Rica as well as Birthright trips. Jordy is a Birthright Israel Fellow, an iCenter iFellow in the Masters Concentration in Israel Education program, and an AIPAC Leffel Fellow. She has also worked as a summer intern for the American Jewish Archives. Jordy is currently interning at Congregation Beth Tikvah in Columbus, Ohio and at the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati. She is writing her thesis on American Jewish food and identity.