Iliana Brodsky, a senior majoring in Religious Studies and Music, tells her personal story of Passover.
“My story is the story of Passover. It’s the story of oppression, of bondage, and of slavery, and the story of liberation and of joy and of all the work that’s implicated in that, and of all the work that is to come.”
Iliana was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York and plans on returning to the big city after yet another summer at camp in Massachusetts. Her wildest dreams include eating at the top 50 best restaurants in the world and owning the world’s largest collection of Haggadot (the book used to guide a Passover Seder). Iliana is super personable, and loves to meet new people!