ATL, welcome your new Field Manager: Nir!

Nir is joining OneTable after spending the last five years working with young growth startups in Atlanta. Nir was born in Jerusalem where his family lived for generations, and moved to Atlanta before his 2nd birthday. He is elated to join the OneTable team as the Atlanta Field Manager to empower “ATLiens” to host and spread joy.

What brings you to OneTable?

The desire to do meaningful work with positive people and the opportunity to serve my community in Atlanta.

What one food are you bringing to a deserted island?


What’re you most looking forward to doing in your new role?

Helping introverts grow into confident hosts and community leaders. A confident host is someone willing to be vulnerable and welcoming. Someone that feels good about who they are and presenting their uniqueness to elevate others. A community leader is someone that is radically welcoming and engaged in affairs other than their own for the purpose of the shared benefit of an improved community.

What does Shabbat dinner mean to you?

Being present.

What’s your favorite ritual and why?

Check-Ins with colleagues because teamwork makes the dream work!

Favorite challah, and can you bake it?

Fresh and salty, not yet! (I get my challah from a Kroger an hour away from home. I’ve helped bake challah before but never done it independently. The smell of fresh bread of my favorite aroma by far – so I best start learning.)

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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