Alisha Goodman is excited about helping educators and young adults connect to Jewish values, identity and community through visual learning. Prior to The Jewish Lens, Alisha spent nearly 10 years at the Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services in the Jewish Community Services division, most recently as the Director of Operations. She is the founder of Advancing Jewish Professionals of NYC, a group for young Jewish communal professionals and a local group of the Jewish Communal Service Association (JCSA), and is a previous winner of JCSA Young Professional of the Year award. She also currently serves as a Board member of JCSA. Alisha holds a BA in Mathematics from Tufts University, a Masters in Social Work with a focus on Social Administration from Columbia University as well as her Masters in Jewish Studies from The Jewish Theological Seminary.
Karen Jarmon, Education Director | firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen Jarmon's dedication to informal education stems from her ten years working in the Jewish camping community and her twenty years working in the museum education field. She has worked at Yeshiva University Museum, the Museum of Modern Art and the Brooklyn Children's Museum, to name a few. Karen was also active in her synagogue, the Park Slope Jewish Center, as a member of the Hebrew School Committee for 4 years and as a member of the board for 3 years. Karen holds a BFA in Education and Art History from the University of Massachusetts and a MS in Education specializing in museum leadership from Bank Street College. Karen lives with her husband and two girls in Brooklyn.
Jodi Sandler, Finance Director | email@example.com
Jodi Sandler is President of Sandler Business Services, a company she established in 1997. She manages the finances and operations of small organizations on a part-time basis. She was the Director of Finance at Avoda Arts for six years where she also managed the accounting for JDub Records, Brooklyn Jews and The Jewish Lens. She has a BFA from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.