Since joining JIMENA in 2009, Sarah Levin has launched its Oral History and Digital Experience Project, Mizrahi justice advocacy campaigns, and has developed projects to revitalize Sephardic culture and engage unaffiliated members of the San Francisco Jewish and campus communities. A descendent of a Holocaust survivor and Turkish Jews, Sarah has dedicated herself to preservation of Jewish culture and Israel advocacy since childhood.

Prior to joining JIMENA, Sarah spent six years in Tel Aviv, Israel where she contributed to social service causes through her work at various non-profit organizations, mainly NATAL: Israel Trauma Center for Victims of Terror and War. Sarah has utilized her dynamic skill sets and passion for Jewish preservation and environmental causes through her involvement in a number of organizations and initiatives including: Jewish Council for Youth Services, various fair trade projects in Israel, JUF’s Partnership 2000, and Openlands Project.