I am a person trying to make sense of the being an American, being Jewish, being creative, being environmentally aware, and being present.
Professionally, I live and breathe culture and I understand how to bring people together to get work done. I am a diversity consultant and engagement specialist with a long history of work in the non-profit, complementary medicine and variety entertainment fields. I earned my MPH from Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health where I am currently an instructor. My public health training brought me to “the most diverse square mile in the US,” Clarkston, GA where I have spent over 10 years working with people from all over the world.
I am committed to Congregation Bet Haverim where I am a proud member of the chorus and also first VP.
I am passionate about getting people in circles to talk to each other, my electric bike and gluten free chocolate chip cookies. (Oh, any my two beautiful teenage sons and my fantastic partner.)