Research Passions: social mobility, higher education, emerging adulthood
Jake Brzowsky is an associate researcher at the Center for Communal Research. He works with the Center’s senior staff to support the research process and generate insights for OU program departments and clients.
Jake believes in the power of data as a tool for storytelling and enjoys discovering the patterns that animate individual decisions and social interactions.
Jake has been involved in Jewish communal work since college, serving in leadership positions in his campus Hillel and Yavneh communities. He comes to the Center from OU-JLIC, where he oversaw the department’s alumni division, building young professional communities across the United States.
Jake holds a BA in Public Policy from the School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, with a certificate in Judaic Studies.
Jake is a native of Manhattan’s Upper West Side and in his free time enjoys cooking, biking, and reading the news in print.