The Susan Wakil Fellowship What have you done lately for the world? The Susan Wakil Fellowship is an unparalleled student leadership program. The Fellowship provides a nurturing platform for Jewish students to learn how to make an impact upon the issues that are being felt by their fellow students and fellow Australians. Follow us on our socials Facebook LinkedIn Home About Our Team Susan and Issac Wakil Fellowship Components Fellows Projects Testimonies Thank you letters Apply now Contact us Fellowship Directors Timnah Baker - Fellowship Director (VIC) Harrison Rosen - Fellowship Director (NSW) Completing a PHD in Immigration Law with Sydney University but based in Melbourne, Timnah Baker is a Jewish culture enthusiast and is obsessed with biblical literature. Timnah is passionate about fostering vibrant group dynamics and worked for nearly a decade with the undergraduate community at Harvard University as a resident tutor. Timnah is a board member for the Festival of Jewish Arts and Culture and has co-authored book chapters on Yiddish culture, child migrants and religious freedom. In his role as Fellowship Coordinator, Harrison hopes to give Fellows the same kind of inspiring and deeply meaningful experience he was lucky enough to have when he was a Fellow in 2018. Harrison particularly enjoys the process of helping the Fellows work out who they are, what they’re passionate about and how to bring the best out of themselves. When he’s not working on the Fellowship, you’ll find him running a Holocaust education NFP, finishing off degrees in media and law and arguing with his friends about the net utility of performative social media activism.