Rebecca Sugar grew up in Harrison, NY and attended the Ramaz High School. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in English literature and holds a Masters Degree in Jewish History from the Jewish Theological Seminary. Rebecca worked in Jewish communal life for more than 25 years. She founded and ran The Alumni Community, a New-York based post-Birthright Israel educational program, served as director of strategic partnerships at Mosaic United, and most recently was vice president of the JMT Charitable Foundation. Currently Rebecca is a columnist at the New York Sun and publishes opinion pieces in publications such as the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The Spectator US, JNS News Service and other outlets. Rebecca serves on the boards of Chabad on Campus International, Gatestone Institute, and Shavei Israel and helped found the Jewish Parents Forum at Tikvah. She is married and has twins who attend The Ramaz School.