Deputy Editor Sarah Breger is a leading young journalist in the Jewish world. She is a graduate of the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism and the University of Pennsylvania. While at Moment she has won numerous awards including first place for religion report of the year from the Religion News Association and first place for Best In Depth Newswriting on Religion from the American Academy of Religion Award. Her writing has also appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Forward, Haaretz, among other publications. Breger joined Moment in 2009 as the Rabbi Harold S. White fellow.
Now 40 years old, Moment promotes the highest quality of journalism in the belief that a diverse range of voices and opinions is crucial for Jewish learning and essential for combatting anti-Semitism. Far more than a magazine, Moment is a community that encompasses print and digital editions, a website, an e-newsletter, e-books, live nationwide events and an array of innovative projects, contests and media partnerships. Together, they reach nearly a million people — young and old, students, policy-makers, influential thinkers, affiliated and unaffiliated Jews. Co-founded by Elie Wiesel and Leonard Fein), Moment has been led by Nadine Epstein since 2004.