Please Welcome Shira!

Join us in welcoming the newest member of the OneTable team, Shira Hahn, our Atlanta Hub Manager. We are super excited about expanding down south.

Where are you coming to us from?

I’ve lived in Atlanta for almost 8 years, and was most recently the Director of the Under 40 Division at the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta. I grew up in Raleigh, NC and spent my summers in Northern GA at Camp Ramah Darom. I’ve also lived in New Orleans (greatest city ever) and Boston (coldest city ever).

What is your vision for OneTable Atlanta?

I envision OneTable Atlanta to inspire individuals to seek unique Shabbat experiences and to make the most out of their Friday night. I’m especially excited for hosts to open up their homes and create a strong community here in Atlanta. Whether you’re looking to connect with people in your neighborhood (and avoid the Atlanta traffic) or find new people who share similar passions with you, OneTable Atlanta is a platform that helps you connect with friends, old and new.

What’s your go-to recipe?

When I really want to impress friends with my mad chef skills, I make homemade pasta with a lemon artichoke cream sauce. Fresh pasta is definitely my guilty pleasure and my go-to order when I eat out. Get excited for a OneTable Pasta Making Nosh:pitality!

Favorite Food? Go.

Soup. I love trying new soups and combining different ingredients. During the winter I always have a big pot of soup ready to go for lunch…and dinner.

Where can we find you in Atlanta?

I love the Dekalb Farmers Market. It’s incredible to see so many different foods from around the world. There is an abundance of fresh produce, plus they have a great bakery! If you haven’t been, let’s make a date.

What do you do for fun?

In addition to cooking and hosting, I love spending time with friends. You can find me exploring new places in Atlanta, checking out a new restaurant or hiking. I also have a deep love of travel (especially to places where I can go scuba diving).

Want to learn more about Shira? Send her a welcome email at And if you’re in Atlanta, maybe you can even set-up an iced coffee date too!

OneTable empowers people who don’t yet have a consistent Shabbat dinner practice to build one that feels authentic, sustainable, and valuable. The OneTable community is funded to support people (21-39ish), not in undergraduate studies, and without an existing weekly Shabbat practice, looking to find and share this powerful experience.

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