Chief Executive Officer
Eliott Prezerowitz was born in Brussels and lived in Madrid, Lisbon, Paris, and Los Angeles area before moving to Washington, D.C. He is currently 18 years old and a first-year student studying international relations, science, and technology at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service. For the past year, Eliott has been a Lauder Fellow at the World Jewish Congress through which he founded MemoryBox and has had the honor of being part of a delegation to the U.S. Government at the White House and Department of State. Eliott is also the Treasurer elect of the Georgetown European Club and has organized events at various European embassies for Georgetown University students.
Prior to that, he was the president of his school's National Honor Society through which he spearheaded a fundraiser and educational campaign to finance defibrillators and first aid equipment for Ukrainian refugees and civilians. Eliott also designed and implemented a 1st-12th grade tutoring program for Jewish youth from his community and volunteered for Young Philanthropists, an organization that inspires itself from Jewish values to help various local groups in need.
Eliott loves to try out new experiences such as paragliding and scuba diving with his friends and enjoys traveling to discover the world!
Director for Research and Marketing
Braeden Levine is a third year student studying Finance at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business in Washington, D.C. At Georgetown, he has also completed his minor in Jewish Civilization. In addition, Braeden works extensively in the field of software development and has started multiple businesses, one of which is a data platform that enables historical and memory organizations to collect data, display it interactively (maps, timelines, etc.) and educate the world. This summer, he will be working in Sales and Trading at RBC Capital Markets in New York.
Interviewer Corps Coordinator
Raphaela Levi is in her second year studying International Relations and Environmental Studies at American University in Washington, DC. She carries an extensive list of extracurriculars because of her passion for social justice, anti-racism and environmentalism. In her home town of Orange County, California, she was a leader in her Jewish community; as President of her Synagogue’s regional youth group she organized community events and service project oppurtunities. She spends her summers working with Jewish youth in Summer Camp as a counselor and even ran a day camp for Refugee children in Seattle, Washington.
During the pandemic shutdowns, she started an Instagram store to raise money for the NAACP and became a Teen Ambassador for Human Options, an anti domestic violence non-profit.
Raphaela is excited to be a part of the MemoryBox team and is ready to make a difference!
Ruthie is soon entering her second year at American University in Washington D.C. where she studies Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. She has been involved in social action concerning women’s issues and was the president of the Gender Equality Movement at her high school. Ruthie has grown up learning about the importance of helping others and is passionate about trans, disability, civil, and women’s rights. She is so excited to be working with Memory Box in efforts to combat antisemitism through telling personal and powerful stories.