Rebecca Keys is the Assistant Director for Communications at the Boston office of the American Jewish Committee (AJC). With a network of over 30 offices in the USA and around the world, AJC advocates for a secure Jewish future in a more just world. Rebecca is passionate about connecting with Jews of diverse backgrounds and working with different religious and ethnic communities to educate about Israel and human rights issues in the Middle East. Whether running social media sessions for the Boston Jewish community on how to become better advocates for Israel online or bringing together Muslims, Christians and Jews to share traditions, history and culture, Rebecca thrives on engaging people about what matters to her most: community, collaboration, Jewish identity and pluralism. Rebecca holds a B.A. in Jewish studies and world religions from McGill University and studied for an M.A. in the history of the Jewish People at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Rebecca also worked at the Interreligious Coordinating Council of Israel (ICCI), a Jerusalem-based NGO that promotes peace building projects between Jewish, Christian and Muslim youth, women and religious leaders in Israel. Rebecca lives in Brookline, MA, with her husband, Yoni, and Boston Terrier, Philo.