By the end of this term your 58th and 59th regional N'siah and Godol hope to improve the struggling aspects of our region. This past summer we sent 20 kids to CLTC, 5 to Perlman, and this year we had 35 kids attending IC. Currently RMR has gone above and beyond in every aspect of this organization, however we will not stop there but try to continue on in the efforts of the past regional N'siah and Godol. Our main goals are to improve BBYO teen connect by making it a more prevalent part of our region. We want to increase RMR's membership by 20% and try to reach our international membership goal of 47 new Alephs and 53 new BBG's. Both of us would love it if we could get 200 kids to this years regional Kallah, which would be the largest convention we have had in several years. In general we would like to make Judaism, brotherhood, and sisterhood a more vital component throughout the region and make it the root of programming. We have already gotten this year off to a great start and we couldn't be more thrilled to be serving you as your regional presidents!
Hello! My name is Liz Lackner and I am the 58th regional N'siah of the Rocky Mountain region #25 (A.K.A the best region ever.) I am a junior at Denver Jewish Day school and I play volleyball and soccer for my school. I am OBSESSED with this organization and most importantly this region. This year I hope to spearhead chapter growth in Evergreen, get 30 kids kids to CLTC, and most importantly help out my board and counterparts in anyway they need. I would love to help you in any way I can, so contact me if you ever have any questions and I look forward to meeting all of you!
My name is Kyle Nowak. I am currently a Junior at Denver Jewish Day School. I currently play Varsity basketball and play as a power forward. At school I am also the co-vice president of student council. I joined BBYO in 8th grade, joining the Jolly Goodmen of JSP AZA #6. More than anything else, BBYO has shaped me into the leader I am today and gave me the confidence and experience to be your Regional Godol.