Noa Vardy-Boros

Community Events & Engagement

Noa was born in Paris, France and made Aliya to Haifa, Israel in 1994, where she developed a passion to give back to her community, she volunteered at the "Israel Cancer Association", helping young patients and at "Perach", a national program for social impact, supporting children who have learning disabilities.

Noa relocated to Boston in 2012 with her husband and children. Two years after been in Boston, she felt there is a lack of support for Israeli and Jewish Americans in our region, so she founded the "Bostoniot-Massachusetts Israeli Women Organization"- a non-profit organization that supports a community for women. Today it has 1.7K members.

In addition to her volunteer work, Noa is the former Event Manager of Congregation Kehillath Israel in Brookline, and the former Executive Assistant and Event Manager for Colette Phillips Communications, Inc., a top Boston marketing and public-relations firm.

Noa has a double BA in French Literature and Theater and a MA in French Literature. 
In her spare time, Noa loves baking French pastries and enjoys Disney movies nights with her husband and four children.