For the past five years Ron has lead Fuel For Truth’s Boot Camp program by presenting the facts and history behind the Middle East conflict and creation of the Jewish State.
During his time as Chairman he has helped train hundreds of young professionals in understanding the history of Israel and the conflict in order for them to have their own opinions based on fact and possess the confidence to intelligently articulate their views. He received the Friend of Israel Award from the National Council of Young Israel in 2007 and The Jewish Children’s Museum Young Leadership Award in 2013.
As a Congressional Club member with AIPAC he regularly meets with senior ranking members of Congress to educate them on the Aran-Israeli conflict and strengthen the US-Israel relationship. He's an Associate Group Director at Signature Bank.
Justin was named President of Fuel For Truth in early 2017, and has spearheaded the organization's effort to create new partnerships with university student groups, high schools and Jewish Community Centers.
As one of the Boot Camp instructors he educates program participants on the major topics often raised during conversations about Israel and how to address them, including whether land is the basis of the conflict, the history of settlements and how they impact the proposed two-state solution, the merits of BDS, the situation in Gaza and Palestinian refugees.
His love for Israel and educating about the Jewish State comes from his experience as a MASA Career Israel participant and staffing multiple Birthright trips.
Chair, Events and Alumni Engagement
Amanda is a licensed real estate salesperson with The Katzen Team, one of the top 10 grossing teams at Douglas Elliman. She is also the Junior Sales Associate at Elliman's New Development Project, Madison Square Park Tower. Amanda produced $1 million-plus weddings and special events for high-net-worth individuals and corporate clients for a high-end boutique event planning company. She is honored to take those skills and volunteer as Fuel for Truth's Chair of Events and Alumni Engagement.
Amanda serves as President, and is an inaugural board member of Jewish Women International's Young Women's Leadership Network, is on the UJA Generosity Host Committee, Co-Chairs the Young Professionals Committee for the Children’s Hearing Institute, is a member of AIPAC Young Leadership, and is a participant in the Jewish Leadership Initiative.
She hails from the Sunshine State and is a graduate of The Florida State University, receiving degrees in Hospitality and Creative Writing. During undergrad, she founded an Alpha Phi chapter, raised funds for Women's Heart Health, organized the donation of a Cardiac Care Wing at the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital, and was on the FSU Homecoming Executive Council.
Amanda is passionate about all things theatre and can speak in song, loves freshly baked goods, hits a solid backhand, and favors an intense Barry's Bootcamp class.
Chief Operating Officer
Jeremy is from Syosset, New York. He has his own business providing IT consulting for small and medium businesses. He graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2005, with a degree in Information Technology.
During his college days, he was very active in Hillel on campus, culminating in serving as Hillel President and leading the organization through a fairly challenging transition period, his senior year. He has always felt that the Jewish people have an inseparable connection both to Israel and to each other.
Chief Financial Officer
Noam Weinblatt hails from Potomac, Maryland and graduated from the University of Maryland with a double degree in Accounting and Economics in 2012.
While at UMD, Noam was a member of AEPi and president of Terrapin Students for Israel. Noam works at Anchin, Block & Anchin and received his CPA certification. He's worked in both the American Congress and Israeli Parliament.
Noam has been to Israel numerous times among which he has staffed Birthright trips and attended middle school in Jerusalem. When he's not discovering tax loopholes, you may see him kicking it with friends, exploring the world, or even DJ'ing.
Rebecca is thrilled to serve as Fuel For Truth's Fundraising Chair just one year after finishing Boot Camp and looks forward to expanding FFT's fundraising efforts. Rebecca works for Sony Music and is an active volunteer in marketing and event planning for GOTO, an organization that helps send talented underprivileged children to a camp for the arts. She is also a member of AIPAC's Young Leadership division.
Rebecca hails from Boston, MA and has lived in New York for three years. She is a graduate of Muhlenberg College, where she studied Comparative Religion with a concentration in Jewish studies, and was a member of the Religion Honor Society.
In her free time, Rebecca is an avid fitness enthusiast and a proud member of November Project's New York City running tribe.