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Sunday, May 21 • 8:50pm - 9:15pm
Meet & Greet for Educators & Liaisons
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avatar for Dan Abramson

Dan Abramson

As an artist and educator, Daniel Abramson is passionate about using the arts as a vehicle for teaching about identity and as a tool for self-reflection. He has led creative workshops for children and adults using a wide range of art media. When he isn't getting his hands dirty i... Read More →
avatar for Sarra Alpert

Sarra Alpert

Sarra Alpert is the National Program Director for Avodah, an organization that works to strengthen the Jewish community's fight against poverty by building powerful networks of early-career Jewish activist leaders. Sarra spent many of her summers at Camp Ramah in California; firs... Read More →
avatar for Meir Balofsky

Meir Balofsky

Meir’s claims to fame include the rewriting of lyrics to famous songs and performing them with unbridled enthusiasm despite his debatable singing talent. His arms are certified selfie-sticks, he coordinated a 29 person 30 legged 100 meter dash, and he recently broke his own personal record by climbing Massada for the 10th time. All these achievements have served him well with how he spends his... Read More →
avatar for Sara Beth Berman

Sara Beth Berman

Sara Beth Berman has been working as a Jewish Educator since a few weeks after her bat mitzvah. Sara Beth, who is proud to have two first names, spent her summers working at URJ Camp Coleman, Camp Interlaken JCC, Camp Ramah Darom, and with USY on Wheels. Sara Beth enjoys teaching both in the water and in the shade, and she has a strong affinity for flip chart markers. At camp, she spends her time collaborating with staff members to concoct magical programs for the whole kehillah/community, making people laugh, facilitating the professional development of staff members, keeping her Hebrew skills... Read More →
avatar for Erica Goldman

Erica Goldman

Erica Goldman grew up in New York and Florida and was a camper at Cejwin Camps for its last two years in existence. After receiving her BA in Linguistics and Cognitive Science from Brandeis University, Erica went on to work in software development in the Boston area until the summer of 2004, which she spent as Director of Dance at Camp Alonim in Los Angeles. That experience was the beginning of an incredible new career of teaching Israeli dance year-round, both in the U.S. and internationally. In the summers of 2013 and 2014, Erica was also the Goodman Educator for Camp Alonim, working to expand and improve Israel education at camp as part of the FJC and the... Read More →
avatar for Asya Gribov

Asya Gribov

Asya is a community organizer, family program curator, experiential educator, art lover, and world traveler. Following her passions, Asya can be found splitting her time between working with PJ Library on Russian-speaking Jewish family engagement initiatives, leading children’s art workshops at the Rubin Museum of Art, teaching at Cornerstone, and getting tirelessly inspired at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Most recently, she founded Mismatched Socks NY, a project that invites parents and children to learn about and engage with art through family friendly tours and classes all over New York City... Read More →
avatar for Noam Katz

Noam Katz

Rabbi Noam Katz, MAJE, got hooked on Jewish music during his many wonderful summers growing up at URJ Eisner Camp in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.  A native of Rochester, NY, Noam is a lifelong Jewish educator, songleader and storyteller. Along the way, he has performed at camps and congregations across North America, Israel, and Africa, bringing a passion for Jewish text, social justice and world music, as well as his trademark sense of humor. Noam has released three CDs of original Jewish music: Rakia; Mirembe, Salaam v'Shalom; and A Drum In Hand. | | He has served on the faculty of the FJC Cornerstone seminar, Hava Nashira and Shabbat Shira, and looks for every opportunity to train, inspire and learn from the next generation of song leaders and camp... Read More →
avatar for Josh Lake

Josh Lake

Josh is a Wilderness First Responder, an avid outdoorsman and a member of the Oregon Mycological Society. Josh’s passion is turning nature/wilderness into a Jewish classroom where people can fully experience Creation. His style of education is heavily influenced by nature as learners follow their natural rhythms in order to discover their own lessons... Read More →
avatar for Tomer Moked

Tomer Moked

Tomer is a certified life and career coach (MCI) for performing arts professionals and is thrilled to return to the Cornerstone faculty team this year. Tomer has spent the last 17 summers at Jewish summer camps, starting as a Shaliach in 1999 at Surprise Lake Camp in NY, and since 2008 as Senior Staff and Program Director at Tamarack Camps in... Read More →
avatar for Ariella Rosen

Ariella Rosen

Rabbi Ariella Rosen is currently serving Temple Adath Israel in Merion Station, PA, where she oversees educational programming for people of all ages and abilities. She was ordained in 2015 by the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City. Ariella was born in Baltimore, MD, grew up in West Hartford, CT, and spent over 14 summers at Camp Ramah in New England. At CRNE, Ariella worked for several summers for the Tikvah Program for campers with developmental disabilities, where she made some of her deepest and most enduring camp friendships... Read More →
avatar for Jon Adam Ross

Jon Adam Ross

As a highly sought-after artist in residence, Jon leads workshops and facilitates the creation of theater using physical and emotional exploration of stories from ancient Jewish narratives. During his time as an artist in residence, he has both taught and created at Lookingglass Theater Company, Union Theological Seminary, the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Yeshiva University, the Institute for Southern Jewish Life, Anshe Emet Synagogue (Chicago), and a multitude of other communities across the country. Jon has also served as a faculty member for the Foundation for Jewish... Read More →
avatar for Caroline Rothstein

Caroline Rothstein

Caroline Rothstein is a New York City-based award-winning writer, performer, activist, and educator. She has been performing spoken word poetry, public speaking, and facilitating workshops at colleges, schools, organizations and performance venues worldwide for over a decade... Read More →
avatar for Aki Yonekawa

Aki Yonekawa

Aki fell in love with Jewish camp at nine years old on top of a hill in Malibu and has been involved in Jewish camp in one way or another for the last three decades. She was a camper at Gindling Hilltop Camp, worked at Camp Hess Kramer, Camp JCA Shalom and then finally settled at... Read More →


Sunday May 21, 2017 8:50pm - 9:15pm
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