David was elected in May 2021 as the Board’s youngest-ever Vice President. A Deputy for Reform Judaism, David previously sat on the Board’s International Division – which he now chairs. He has experience working to support the Jewish community in the UK and abroad, having previously worked as the Incident Analyst at CST, and as a Fellow at Geneva-based NGO UN Watch.

David is a trustee of his synagogue, Edgware and Hendon Reform Synagogue, as well as the London Jewish Forum. When he was President of the University of Southampton Students’ Union, he both chaired its trustee board and sat on the University’s governing bodies: the Council and Senate. Professionally, David provides political support to the administration group at a local authority. David became Senior Vice-President in January 2022.

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