"I hope even one person who watched this will learn that we need to remember October 7th, regardless of the war that is happening now with casualties on both sides."
"It has been a month since I miraculously survived, a month of losing 270 of my friends from Nova Festival and I won't stay still until all 238 hostages are returned! Until Hamas is condemned and stopped! Until I feel safe again and the whole Jewish community in the world does."
~ Maya Parizer, October 7 Nova party survivor
Maya Parizer, who escaped the Nova party on October 7 in the south of Israel while terrorists were shooting around her, will share her experiences and her efforts since then towards bringing back the hostages.
Maya Parizer, 27, an Israeli-American, was born in Israel and lived in California when she was younger. Maya served in the IDF as a basic-training commander and worked as a counselor at Capital camps in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania. In addition, she was a counselor at the Jewish Agency's leadership program, Kol Ami, for 18-year-old Jews from Israel and around the world. Maya has a BA in computer science and she currently works as a research security engineer at Cisco.
Tuesday, November 21
Freidenrich Conference Center (Bldg F) 4th Floor
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