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While Campbell and Dan have had very different life experiences and paths to raising their Jewish family, they wanted their sons to receive a rigorous, meaningful, and joyful Jewish education in a diverse community. But it was challenging to find a pluralistic school with that special mix of attributes. After visiting Heschel for the first time, they knew it was what they wanted — Campbell told Dan that they should stop looking at other schools. They joined the Heschel community in 2013 when their eldest son, Eli, was entering kindergarten. Their younger son, Asher, joined the following year.
Heschel has exceeded Campbell and Dan's expectations for a school for Eli and Asher and has become a focal point in their lives. Camping trips, school ceremonies, life-cycle events, parent tefillah, regular Shabbat dinners with Heschel families, and even morning drop-off have interwoven the Heschel community with the Brown-Senor family life.
Campbell is Vice President of News Partnerships at Facebook. Previously, she was an anchor at CNN and NBC News. She has been a guest speaker at Heschel's high school, sharing her insights about social media and the future of journalism. During this year's Yom HaShoah events at Heschel, Campbell will interview her mother-in-law — a Holocaust survivor — for the Lower School program.
Dan is an executive at Elliott Management, a New York-based investment fund. He is co-author of Start-Up Nation: The Story of Israel's Economic Miracle. He has been a member of the Heschel Board of Trustees since 2015; he serves on the Executive Committee, Security Committee and Finance Committee. He is also a frequent speaker, helping Heschel students understand important and timely issues about Israel.
Campbell and Dan have also been a touch point for the growing Heschel community that lives downtown, including hosting at their home the first parent event focused on the Lower Manhattan community.
Campbell and Dan are the proud and grateful parents of Eli (Grade 6) and Asher (Grade 5).