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’ is the most common request I get,” said the animal-loving Davis.She said many young adults are “overwhelmed” by the city’s Jewish community.A wearer of many hats, she is also completing a graduate degree in international affairs at The New School, where Davis researched the role of “love as a bridge-builder between Judaism and other faiths.” Whether on stage with Seinfeld or leading a “Shabbat Shvitz” work-out, Davis said that one theme connects her endeavors to each other.“With all of my projects and businesses, I am trying to address modern Jewish love,” said the Millennial matchmaker.Get The Times of Israel's Daily Edition by email and never miss our top stories Free Sign Up Four months ago, the Millennial matchmaker took a “leap of faith” by performing a 6-minute set at Manhattan’s Gotham Comedy Club.During that fateful evening, Davis met sit-com legend Jerry Seinfeld, who also performed.In making hay of her personal life, Davis takes audiences back to her childhood in Georgia, where her parents met and courted at a Denny’s restaurant.
Originally from John’s Creek, Georgia, Davis is a self-described “southern Jewish girl” living out her dreams in the Big Apple.
“The biggest mistake that people make after coming to an event like ‘Shabbatness’ is trying to go out with only their top choice first,” said Davis. In addition to her Holocaust survivor maternal grandparents, Davis was influenced by the lives of her father’s parents.