Board of Directors

Aimee Bornfreund is a Cherry Hill, NJ native and proud to be serving as President on the board of KEYhillah. She is the current music director of the Chailights A Cappella, also members of KEYhillah. Aimee sang in choirs and performed in musical theatre throughout her youth up through college and was thrilled to discover a way to continue her passion for singing even after college.  She currently works in her family business assisting non profits with their fundraising and event planning. Being on the board of KEYhillah allows Aimee to combine some of her greatest passions: Judaism, singing, and non profit work. She is so excited be a part of KEYhillah as we continue to grow and develop.


Music Supervisor
Bobby Schrader is a vocalist, living in Brookline, MA, just outside of Boston. He currently works as an Admissions Representative for Berklee Online, the online extension school of Berklee College of Music. He recently performed as a tenor in the Redline A Cappella group in Boston, where he managed the graphic design components (and was a featured soloist) for the group’s sophomore album, Paint the Town. Bobby attended the University of Delaware, where he was a member of the MelUDees co-ed a cappella group. He served as the group’s music director for two years, and arranged Adele’s “Right as Rain” for the group in 2010-2011. Bobby has been performing ever since elementary school in bands, choirs and musical theater productions.


Spiritual Counsel
Rabbi Seth H. Frisch, a Conservative Rabbi, was ordained at The Jewish Theological Seminary of America (JTS) in New York City, the central seminary of the Conservative Movement worldwide. Rabbi Frisch is a noted speaker and lecturer on a wide range of issues affecting the American Jewish Community, including Political Rights as Understood by the Founders of the American Republic and the Origins of American Political Thought. He recently spoke in front of the US Senate on the subjects. Additionally he founded The Lerhaus Institute of Jewish Studies in Abington, Pennsylvania. Currently, Rabbi Frisch serves as Senior Rabbi of Historic Congregation Kesher Israel in the historic Society Hill Neighborhood of Center City Philadelphia.