1.pngRabbi Yossi Lazaroff
Director / Campus Rabbi 

Rabbi Yossi serves as the executive director of Chabad at Texas A&M University. A native Texan, Rabbi Yossi with his wife Manya arrived in Aggieland in 2007 to establish the local branch of the worldwide Chabad-Lubavitch movement with the opening of the Rohr Chabad Jewish Student and Community Center an affiliate of Chabad on Campus and Texas Friends of Chabad Lubavitch.


2.pngMrs. Manya Lazaroff
Program Director
Chabad Hebrew School 
Sinai Scholars Society

Manya is the co-founder of Chabad at Texas A&M University. A native of Brooklyn, Manya's warmth is the heart of Jewish life in Aggieland. Manya is the author of many classes and teaches our Sinai Scholars course as well as giving daily classes on and off campus. Manya directs our Chabad Hebrew School, our community programming, classes and events.


Lazer Eichenblatt
Rabbinical Fellow
Education & Campus Programming

Lazer is from Los Angeles, California. Studied in Israel for two years and recently graduated from Rabbinical school in Pretoria, South Africa. He loves his LA Lakers, and just hanging out with others playing guitar enjoying a good kumzitz.


 3.pngMenachem Fishman
Rabbinical Fellow
Education & Campus Programming

Menachem is from Houston, Texas. He recently graduated from Rabbinical school in Pretoria South Africa. Beginning his Masters in Business Administration. Menachem loves sports, kosher food and representing his hometown of Houston. 


14.pngRaizy Rabin
Creative Director

Having spent two years in Aggieland, Raizy continues to develop creative content to showcase Chabad's offerings.




rafifiller.pngRafi Filler 
Website & Communications

Rafi Filler originally from Montreal Canada came to Aggieland after serving 2 years as intern Rabbi in Venezuela. Rafi is passionate about Jewish education. Working with all ages, Rafi started up our Cteen program in Aggieland. Taught in our Hebrew School, Sinai Scholars as well as private classes with students and community. His bi-lingual skills give him the tools to work with a diverse clientele.


jgc founders.pngMussia and Menucha Lazaroff
JGC - Jewish Girls Club Founders

Aggieland's Jewish Girls Club is an opportunity for young Jewish girls to spend time together in a fun safe environment while strengthening each other.



6.pngJessica Pfrenger '21
Zinbarg Administrative Intern

Jessica is a biology pre med major who has a passion for art and Judaism. She loves to be with family and her favorite part about chabad is their incredibly warm and welcoming community and family.



ofek.pngOfek Brautbar '20
Zinbarg Executive Assistant Intern

Ofek Brautbar is an Accounting major from Fort Worth, TX who is getting a Masters in Management Information Systems. He enjoys playing soccer and tennis in his free time and of course Chabad dinners.




 nina2.pngNina Pfrenger '23
Chabad Hebrew School
Zinbarg Intern

Nina Pfrenger is an Engineering major from The Woodlands. She plans on being a structural analysis engineer. She loves working with children and is passionate about Judaism. 



12.pngTalia Lewis '21
Zinbarg Shabbos Intern 

Talia Lewis is an accounting major from Camarillo, California. Talia plans on getting her masters in accounting. She love spending time with friends and is passionate about her Judaism.



savannah1.pngSavannah Sinowitz '20
Zinbarg Marketing Intern 

Savannah Sinowitz is a senior Architecture major from Coronado, California. Her favorite thing about Chabad is the constant support she receives from Rabbi and Manya. The weekly chicken soup follows as a close second. 



beth3.pngBeth Suttin '20
ReJOYvenation360° Intern 

Beth Suttin is a senior University Studies-Biomedical Science major from Houston, Texas. She has a passion for helping others and enjoys spending time with her friends at Chabad.


13.pngMason Concklin
Zinbarg Culinary Intern 

Mason is from College Station and aspires to be a chef.




9.pngJeff Tomes '20
Zinbarg Sinai Scholars Intern

Jeff is a Biomedical Engineering major from S. Antonio, Texas. He loves to share his culture with people who have similar cultures. His favorite part of Jewish life is growth and community.



samantha1.pngSamantha Mallen '21
Zinbarg Sinai Scholars Intern

Samantha Mallen’s major is interdisciplinary studies in math in science. She plans to get her masters in psychology and work with children. She is passionate about Judaism and education.



yudifiller.pngYudi Filler
Zinbarg Holiday Events Intern 

Yudi is from Montreal Canada. Working with Jewish Youth, he spends his summers near Sequoia National Park in Chabad Ranch Camp on the west coast.