Last year, Jewcy.com launched The Jewcy 100 – a list of rising and shining stars within the Jewish community.

This year, they’re at it again, introducing the 2011 Jewcy 100 list throughout the month of June. On the list you’ll find models and writers, entrepreneurs and pop-up deli owners (full disclosure, I’m on this year’s list too).

And not surprisingly, the Jewcy 100 is filled with people helping to repair the world in a myriad of fascinating and inspiring ways. Here’s just a sampling of the social justice and service-focused folks on the list:

  • Eric Forman: Activist and Documentarian who uses film as a “tool for education, justice and change.”
  • Ben Murane: Director of New Israel Fund’s “New Generations” cohort.
  • Steph Herod: Reproductive rights activist
  • Adam Braun: Justin Bieber’s manager (for real) and founder of global education non-profit Pencils of Promise (or, ahem, POP).
  • Yoav Potash: Filmmaker who is “fueled by the Jewish value of tikkun olam.”
  • Ben Brandzel: Online organizer who used to work for MoveOn.org and currently works for Citizen Engagement Lab.
  • Yona Shem Tov and Rabbi Melissa Weintraub: the former and current Executive Directors of Encounter, which works to foster dialogue between Israelis and Palestinians.

Congrats to everyone! Check out all of the 2011 Jewcy 100 profiles here.