Last week's 36 Under 36 apparently launched what might someday be known as "list season."
Over in the UK, the 40 Under 40 list hit, with the Jewish Chronicle's picks for those younger leaders and innovators who are making Jewish London, the UK, and the world a culturally rich experience. Three ROIers scored places on this list, including 2009 Service track facilitator Dan Berelowitz, 2009 participant Hannah Weisfeld, and 2007 participant, and Moishe House London founder, Joel Stanley. Hannah also ranked at #4 on their sublist of Top 5 women, while Dan ranked at #2 on the larger list as well as on the sublist of Top 5 charity.
Jewcy, a reader supported non-profit devoted to helping young Jews and their peers expand the meaning of community by presenting a broad spectrum of voices, content, and discussion, recently named four ROIers to their list: Leah Jones (2007-9), Eli Winkelman (2007-8), Sarah Lefton (2006-8), and Dan Sieradski (2006). Check out the entire "Big Jewcy" list here.
And now for something completely different, standup comedian Michelle Collins ('09)received the NewNowNext "Brink of Fame" award from LOGO television.