Alejandro Okret is the Chief Global Officer at Moishe House in London. He has experience living in different countries and working in diverse international organizations. Originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, Alejandro grew up with a strong background in the Jewish community. After studying political science at the University of Buenos Aires, he fulfilled his dream and made aliyah. In Israel, he spent some time on a kibbutz and then went on to obtain his B.A. in political science from Hebrew University. He was also part of a team set up by the Knesset to research Israel’s role during the military dictatorship in Argentina. After serving in the spokesperson’s office of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), Alejandro worked for the Jewish Agency’s Missions Department. He continued his academic career by pursuing an MSc. in comparative social policy at the University of Oxford. Alejandro served as the JDC Ralph I. Goldman Fellow 2010-2011, which included time living and working in Minsk, Kiev and Budapest. Moishe House aims to offer young adults the possibility to express themselves Jewishly in an environment uniquely created by them. Alejandro’s role as Chief Global Officer is vital to ensure that the impact of this initiative is achieved. At the core of the organization are houses that become hubs for current and future generations of Jews involved in community life. Alejandro focuses on emphasis Eastern Europe, Asia, Latin America and the FSU where Moishe Houses provide meaningful experiences by offering vibrant home-based Jewish communities and peer-to-peer interactions. Moishe House has become an essential component in serving the post-college young adult population by providing opportunities for community involvement, Jewish learning and leadership. Alejandro strives to bridge the gap where young adults struggle to find a common place to develop their community involvement.