Jessica Slovik has joined the World’s Jewish Museum team as the project’s Ambassador for the Mexican Jewish Community. Jessica holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Graphic Communications and Graphic Design from the Universidad Nuevo Mundo, AC, a diploma in photography from the Miami Photo Art Academy, a Diploma in Interior Architecture from Universidad Iberoamericana, Ciudad de Mexico, as well as a Master’s Degree in International Law for Human Rights from Universidad Iberoamericana, Ciudad de Mexico. We look forward to working with Jessica. Welcome!
“The WJM seemed like a brilliant idea. Original, unique project of its kind and something that the Jewish world needed. From the moment Tammy Stavinsky, one of the most committed volunteers presented the project to me, I fell in love with it! I understood her passion, and I felt that somehow I had to contribute and be part of this magnificent work. I felt that in that moment an immense commitment to deliver this message and vision to others. I am deeply convinced that the WJM will be a great legacy and a gift, not only for the Jews in Israel but also for the Jews from the Diaspora. It will honor how the Jewish people from every corner of the world contributed to the incredible history of the Jewish people and will help to reduce the stereotypes that has being created for centuries. I feel very honored and grateful that Gail Asper and Moe Levy have considered me to be part of this magnificent project.”