One week last spring, I met the matchmaker Jessica Fass in her temporary Tel Aviv office, a We Work location with hardwood floors, exposed mechanicals, wheat beer on tap, and Millennials talking about deliverables while eating salads at a communal lunch table.Fass, a Jewish matchmaker from Los Angeles, had descended on Israel—where she spent five years and which she considers to be a second home—to find suitable mates for her clients in major cities like New York, Los Angeles, Montreal, and Melbourne.
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“I live in Charlotte, North Carolina, and there are not really many Jewish people here,” says Laurie Berzack, a matchmaker since 2006 with Chai Expectations.
Shortly after starting her business, Berzack realized that she would have to expand her network, cobbling together a series of small Jewish populations in places like Atlanta and Raleigh.She has a confessional nature, an efficient, straight-A-student upbeat vibe, and plans to build her business—called Fass Pass to Love—into a matchmaking empire.Fass started her matchmaking business as a hobby, but has been working at it full-time since 2013.The perfect match for you could be living round the corner - you just haven't had the chance to meet them yet.Online dating has helped introduce thousands of compatible singles.“After three mitzvahs, you’re guaranteed a place in heaven,” Fass said. And a lot of the Jews I meet have been to all of the singles events in their city, and their mother has set them up.