Symi Rom-Rymer is a freelance project manager and journalist who works with and writes about minority communities in the United States and Europe. She’s been published in The Huffington Post, The Jerusalem Post, and The Christian Science Monitor, among other publications. She is also the co-founder and the Public Programs Director of the Global Muslim Jewish Friendship Forum (GMJFF), a virtual platform for Jews and Muslims around the world to discuss and educate each other about mutual concerns and the issues affecting the two communities. In 2012, she was the recipient of The New York Jewish Week’s 2012 ’36 under 36’ award for her work with the GMJFF. She is currently working on Beyond the Shoah, a multimedia project aimed at capturing contemporary young Jewish voices from Central Europe. When she’s not writing or working on minority issues, she is singing opera.