Meet our Staff
Imogene Winkleman, Regional Advisor
Imogene Winkleman comes to the role of Regional Advisor having spent the past year working part-time as NFTY-NAR's program associate. An alumna of NFTY-NAR and the URJ Kutz Camp, Imogene grew up at Woodlands Community Temple in White Plains, NY, where she was a part of WoodSY and ran the congregation's Rosh Hodesh program, and spent her summers at URJ Camp Harlam as both a camper and a counselor. Throughout her high school years, Imogene served as regional songleader and spent two terms on NFTY-NAR's Regional Board, first as Westchester/Fairfield Membership Vice President and then as Programming Vice President. In college, Imogene oversaw Clark University's All Kinds of Girls mentoring program and worked as a Junior Youth Advisor for Temple Beth Elohim of Wellesley, MA.
Since graduating from Clark University with a B.A. in Psychology and Women's & Gender Studies, Imogene has spent the past year working full-time in government relations and special events for The Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services and serving as an Activist Alliance Volunteer for the National Organization of Women's NYC Chapter (NOW-NYC). In her spare time, Imogene enjoys attending concerts, biking, playing her guitar, and exploring parks and markets.
Josh Squire, Regional Advisor
Josh Squire is enthusiastically joining our team after his recent post as a Development Associate for the Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven. Josh is an alumnus of NFTY's Northeast region where he held multiple leadership positions including President of his TYG, MITYOR, at Temple Mishkan Israel in Hamden, Connecticut. Josh is also a proud alumnus of NFTY's Summer EIE Israel program. Josh continued his Jewish journey at the University of Connecticut, where he practiced his passion for Jewish leadership as Hillel president and founding father of historically Jewish fraternity, Sigma Alpha Mu. Josh has also spent multiple summers at URJ Eisner Camp as a counselor and Unit Head.
Since graduating from UConn with a B.A. in Political Science, Josh continues to serve on the UConn Hillel Board of Directors to support active and vibrant Jewish life on campus. Josh has also exercised his love of Jewish teen engagement as a B’nai Brith Youth Organization advisor in the Connecticut Valley Region. In his spare time, you will find Josh at music festivals, searching for new coffee shops, exercising, and cheering on the UConn men’s and women’s basketball teams.