Oliver Marcus lives in London. For most of his youth he wanted to be a cameraman in the television industry so he went to university to study television and radio production. After university he worked for his youth movement (Hanoar Hatzioni). This is where he fell in love with working for the Jewish community and decided that this was his real calling. After working for Hanoar Hatzioni for two years, he started working at JHub, which enabled him to interact and work with some of the most inspirational, innovative and inspiring people in the UK Jewish community. While doing these jobs, Oliver pursued a master in psychosocial studies. On the side he sits on the steering committee for Limmud Conference. For two years, he was the Co-chair of Young and Teen Limmud. In 2013, he was Limmud Conference Co-chair. Oliver loves all things social media; he would live in Twitter if he could. Oliver works for JHub, a space for Jewish social action and innovation in the U.K. Jewish community. The aim of JHub is to promote Jewish contributions to society at large. JHub acts as an innovative space to all of its members. Oliver has been working with his colleagues to develop a new structure that allows all people engaged with Jewish social action be part of the community. Some of the innovations that Oliver has helped to create include the daily news update (JHupdate) and the JHublog. Other innovations are aimed at the broader community who use JHub less frequently, including a brand new space at JHub that has been specifically designed to help facilitate less formal networking for the JHub community. Oliver has also been working on the new JHub professional development seminars, which have brought great teachers from all over the world to engage with the JHub community, teach them new skills and improve the organization.