I’m visiting Israel for the Jewish New Media Summit, and all the while, in the back of my mind, I’m asking myself: Could I move back here soon?
Social media and content marketing maven Chaviva Gordon-Bennett was born in Missouri, bred in Nebraska, and currently hails from Denver by way of Washington, D.C., Chicago, Connecticut, Colorado, and Israel. With a Bachelor of Journalism from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Chaviva worked as a copy editor for The Washington Post and as an editor and assistant to a Nobel-prize winning economist at the University of Chicago. Chaviva then received a masters degree in Judaic studies from the University of Connecticut and pursued second and third masters' degrees at NYU before deciding to make aliyah in 2012. In Israel, Chaviva met her husband, Tuvia, got married, and had her son Asher in 2013. The family moved back to the U.S. in 2014, and they now reside in Denver, where she had her daughter Tirzah in 2016.
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