Executive director of Hillel at ASU elected president of campus interfaith group
Jewish News written by Jeff Kronenfeld
The Council of Religious Advisors at Arizona State University’s Tempe campus elected Debbie Yunker Kail, executive director of Hillel at ASU, as its new president.
Made up of professionals from campus faith-based organizations, CORA offers member organizations a platform to engage with each other and university leadership. It assists in orientations for incoming students, including more than 40 day-long orientations held throughout the summer, and helps students find religious counseling and volunteer opportunities, as well as holding spiritual awareness fairs on campus. CORA councils exist on each of ASU’s four campuses; the Tempe council is the largest with 31 member organizations, including Hillel, Jewish Arizonans on Campus and Chabad at ASU.
One of Kail’s objectives for her term as president is to increase the diversity of CORA’s membership, which includes a number of Christian denominations, Mormons, three Jewish organizations and the Islamic Community Center of Tempe. “We know we have students from many different backgrounds,” she said.
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