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February 06, 2004 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-02-06

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I'm taking the lead in
Jewish Education.

Being at Davidson was like a breath of fresh air.

The administration cared so deeply about our personal

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needs and made it a fantastic

communal experience — the shared

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Purim parties, the revolving Shabbat

dinners were all part of that. I learned so much from the

professors...a group of amazing educators. I knew all of

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them and they all knew me. My particular interest was

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in religious school administration, and how best to use

our schools and youth programs to involve Jewish

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teenagers in our communities. Today, I'm leading the

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education program of one of the largest synagogues

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in Michigan. With 2,200 families and over 600

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children from kindergarten through twelfth

grade, I know I have a chance to really

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make a difference in Jewish education.

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Education Director
Congregation Shaarey Zedek
Southfield, MI

2/ 6
2004

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The Jewish
Theological
Seminary

3080 Broadway, New York, NY 10027
212.678.8030

www.itsa.eduidavidson

We teach Jewish leaders.

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