Noé Granados

Noé Granados

Noé Granados (he/him) grew up in Anaheim, California, and became a Member of the Tribe in December 2019 under the tutelage of Rabbi Heidi Cohen and Rabbi Adam Greenwald. His journey started at Temple Beth Sholom in Santa Ana, California and now continues as a member of HaNefesh. He graduated from the University of California, Riverside with a B.A. in Political Science/International Affairs. At UC Riverside, he was an Undergraduate Research Assistant focusing on climate policies. He was then selected to be part of the UCDC program that enabled him to intern at the Jewish Democratic Council of America in D.C.

Throughout his educational career, Noé was actively involved in Model United Nations, having competed at local, regional, and national competitions. During this time, he also was a volunteer Model United Nations coach at Anaheim High School, his alma mater.

Noé is looking forward to diving into the Jewish social justice advocacy space. His legislative portfolio includes environment and climate change, campaign finance reform, foreign policy, interfaith relations, civil liberties, Native American issues, and judicial nominations.

Meet the 2023-2024 Eisendrath Legislative Assistants

Ellen Garfinkle
CJ Wechsler Sánchez
Noé Granados
Sammy Angelina
Rachel Landis
We are thrilled and honored to introduce ourselves as the 2023-2024 Eisendrath Legislative Assistants ! Our cohort brings a wealth of diverse backgrounds, interests, and experiences to our roles. We are united by a shared dedication to advancing the URJ's vision of peace and wholeness, justice and equity, and belonging and joy.