Conferences are important places to hear new ideas, be exposed to important skills, and often most memorably, to meet other interesting people. With that in mind, we’ll be featuring some of our registered participants in order to help you get to know a little more about them before we meet up in Chicago on the 11th.
That brings us to Bradley Machov:
Bradley was born and raised in Minneapolis, went to college in New York City, and then moved back to Minneapolis after graduation. He had dreams of being a writer, so his dad connected him with a Jewish blog in the Twin Cities that happened to be looking for more writers. Bradley started writing for TC Jewfolk in late 2010 and became the editor in October 2012 once they had raised enough funds to hire the position.
TC Jewfolk is a multi-author blog, publishing original content just about daily that is relevant and interesting to young Twin Cities Jews. In addition to the articles, we have a community calendar, a Jewish jobs board, and a strong social media presence. TC Jewfolk is a subset of Jewfolk Media Inc., a registered non-profit, whose goal is to bring the TCJ model to other Jewish communities in the US and hopefully create a national network of hyper-local online opportunities for Jews to connect to their local communities.d connected me with a Jewish blog in the Twin Cities looking for more writers. Bradley started writing for TC Jewfolk in late 2010 and became the editor in October 2012 once they had raised enough funds to hire the position.