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Bride and Groom

Get to know the bride and groom (as if you don't already)


I'm getting used to the term "fiance" and am thoroughly enjoying the new piece of shiny jewelry on my finger. Josh is my soul-mate (if those things exist) and I'm thrilled to begin the next chapter of my life with him. 

To my family and friends, I'm so excited to celebrate with all of you. I'm so lucky to have all of you in my life. To Josh's family and friends, thanks for welcoming me into the clan. And to those who don't know me so well, let me introduce myself.

I'm a Pittsburgh native, but unfortunately I don't have nearly enough Steelers pride - check out my cousin's car to understand the appropriate level. I continue to visit Pittsburgh but take most of my trips home during the summer so that I can head up to our cottage in Conneaut Lake. I spend most of the summer just sitting on the beach - it's a tough life, I know. We taught Josh to water ski last year so now he can truly be a member of the Weisberg family.

I graduated from The George Washington University in December of 2006 with a degree in international affairs. If you want to go to college and intern at the same time, GW is the perfect school for you. 

Now, I work at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee - the pro-Israel lobby - as a Research Analyst. My friend and I can't believe we get paid to read the news all day! It's great.

In my free time, Josh and I like to go to tons of theater - or at least as much as our budget can accommodate. I think my maternal grandmother would be proud of us.

I look forward to seeing you all in DC.

I feel so very blessed to have Annie in my life.  She leads me on so many wonderful adventures, and getting married is perhaps the most exciting. Thank you to my friends and family (both new and old), for all your love and support as I embark on this journey with my b'sheret.

I'm a Denver native, with a fair amount of hometown pride. But when I graduated, something inside me told me it was time to move out east.

I am a graduate of the University of Maryland and a hardcore Terps football fan. My buddy and I still have season tickets, and that's where you'll find me most Saturdays in the fall (if I'm not working).  At UMD I had the opportunity to make my own major, which I called "Organizational Development and Community Leadership," or "pre-Rab".

After school, I spent two wonderful years working at the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice. I feel honored to have had the opportunity to learn from such amazing community organizers.

In the summer of 2009, I started my newest professional journey as the Assistant Educator and Youth Director at Temple B'nai Shalom in Farifax Station, VA.  TBS is the warmest, most welcoming community in the entire world, and I am very blessed to be given the opportunity to learn from them.

When I'm not working or catching a game, you'll find my fiance and me exploring the DC arts scene and writing about it on my blog, DistrictBeat.  Writing about theater, music, and events is a new hobby I discovered after college and I'm loving it.

So that's all about me.  I can't wait to celebrate with  all of you soon.