Originally from Orlando, Florida, I spent most of my childhood at the Roth Family JCC of Greater Orlando (or the J to me). It was there that I had my first job as a C.I.T and then a camp counselor. I went on to receive my Bachelor’s degree in comparative religion, anthropology, and international affairs from Rollins College.
After graduating from Rollins, I was accepted into the JCRC Fellowship program at Cincinnati Hillel. At the end of my fellowship, I moved to Baltimore and completed my Masters’s degree in Jewish Studies and Nonprofit management from Baltimore Hebrew University – now the Baltimore Hebrew Institute at Towson.
I moved to York in 2013, and I started my career at the York JCC shortly thereafter. When I am not at the J, my husband, our 3 kids, and I love going on road trips, vacationing at Disney, attending concerts, and going into NYC to catch a Broadway show
I believe that expressing oneself through music, art, literature, and learning is one of the best and most fulfilling ways to chase your dreams. I love being able to bring the community together, create bridges, and foster relationships. Mostly, though, I love creating meaningful Jewish experiences for the York Jewish community and educating the non-Jewish community about our traditions and universal values.
Phone: 717.843.0918 ext. 166