Mitch Mernick has been bringing the magic of radio to Camp Ramah since 2002. What started as a curiosity has become an integral part of the camp experience for campers, staff and alumni.
Liana is our Mishlachat 2017 Radio Teacher. After a few years with American teachers, we are thrilled to have a native Hebrew speaker radio specialist with us in the studio for Kayitz 2017. Liana lives in Kiryat Gat, she majored in communication and radio at high school and says that it has been a big part of her life. Today she is serving in the Israeli Army as an education coordinator. You will hear her voice throughout the summer.
Jacob Varon is a veteran of radio at Camp Ramah in the Berkshires. His involvement in radio includes earning his FCC amateur radio license and his own call sign, KD2IYQ. Jacob was an ozer (CIT) in radio in 2015 and now joins us as a member of the staff of the award winning Radio Kol Ramah. He will also assist as instructor and control operator of our FCC licensed amateur radio station N2SJ. Jacob graduated form the Solomon Schechter High School of Westchester and will be studying film at Columbia College of Chicago.
Eric Leiderman is part of Kol Ramah’s creative team. Beginning his radio career as a camper and Gesher Ozer, Eric returned to Kol Ramah in Kayitz 2011 as Rosh Radio, he the following four summers managing the station and expanding our online presence. Eric is a 2015 Intercollegiate Broadcasting System management award finalist, for best social media director. He is currently studying sociology and religion at Binghamton University, where he hosts a radio talkshow on WHRW 90.5FM.
Yaniv Morozovsky is the creative force behind Kol Ramah. A radio professional, educator and journalist in Israel, Yaniv was formerly the Manager of Reshet Gimmel, the popular radio station of the Israel Broadcasting Authority – we are thrilled to have him back with us for Kayitz 2017!