Jules Shell

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"Shell is co-founder and executive director of Foundation Rwanda. She worked as creative director at the Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies and Reboot, a not-for-profit looking at generational shifts in identity and community before leaving to help start Foundation Rwanda in 2006. She is the co-author of Bar Mitzvah Disco (Crown, November 2005), a collection of photographs and essays on the evolution of meaning, style, ritual, and music as told through bar and bat mitzvah photographs of the 70's and 80's and Camp Camp (Crown, June 2008) a collection of photographs and essays about coming of age at summer camp in America. Shell shot the video for Foundation Rwanda's short film Intended Consequences which was recently nominated for an Emmy" [1]

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  1. Genocide Exhibition, accessed February 4, 2011.