I've written on Jewish topics for The Huffington Post and Lubavitch.com, and I've worked on editing projects for Jewish organizations including publishers of Judaica and Judaic studies professors.
Most of my work experience related to the topic of Judaism comes from having worked with countless nonprofit organizations providing Jewish educational opportunities for an array of denominations within Judaism.
I have worked in a digital marketing capacity with The Jewish Education Project in New York, New Jersey's Partnership for Jewish Learning and Life, the awesomely alternative PunkTorah.com, the National Jewish Outreach Project, and most recently the Colorado Agency for Jewish Education.
University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
MA in Judaic Studies, 2010
Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT
Brandeis University-Middlebury College School of Hebrew, 2009
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE
Bachelor of Journalism (Editing) with Honors, Minors in English and Judaic Studies, 2006
For me, Judaism has always been a beautiful, multifaceted subject that provides countless avenues for learning. Whether you're passionate about history, legend and lore, interesting people, religion, ethics, or tradition, there is something within Judaism that can provide an avenue for learning and understanding. I consider myself a lifelong learner, so I'm eager to share my passion and curiosity with you!