EUJS is pleased to announce that Benjamin Zagzag has now completed his transition and has officially assumed the office as Chairperson of EUJS for 2010-2012.
Alongside Benjamin in the office, EUJS is proud to announce that Deborah Abisror has become EUJS Executive Director and will be based full time in Brussels alongside Benjamin in the office. Deborah will assume her position on February 1st 2010.
Benjamin will be assisted over the next two years by his new elected presidium which are:
Paulina Zaharieva (Bulgaria), Daniel Orelowitz (United-Kingdom), Jane Braden-Golay (Switzerland), Michele Disegni ( Italy), Simoni Tiano (Greece), Victoria Godik (Ukraine), Jenny Palti (Turkey) and Andrei Schwartz (Romania).
We are sure that Benjamin and Deborah have the innovation, creativity and strength to take EUJS from strength to strength and build further on the foundations that have been set by their predecessors. Both have indicated their excitement and readiness to embrace all challenges and opportunities over the upcoming two years, and will ensure the continued growth and success of the organisation.
The entire newly elected Presidium and EUJS leadership would like to extend their sincerest thanks and gratitude to Jonas Karpantschof and Lili Dardashti and the previous EUJS presidium for the incredibly hard work and dedication they have shown the organization and the manner by which they strengthened and ensured the success of EUJS.