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Saturday, February 13 • 1:45pm - 3:00pm
Jewish Parenting Panel: Stories of Daily Joy and Challenges

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Join a group of parents, with children ranging in age from babies to adults, as they share personal stories and discuss the joys and challenges they face daily.

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Shoshana Razel Gordon Guedalia

Doctoral Candidate & Teaching Fellow, Harvard University
Shoshana Razel Gordon Guedalia is mother of five, writer, poet, teacher, activist, aspiring rabbi and student. Her work appears in literature journals and Jewish papers, Keren Journal of Maharat, Dharma and Halacha by Lexington Books, and Methods in Comparative Theology by Fordham University Press; and her poetry book, A Voice is Heard in Ramah, is due out this summer. Raised in Jerusalem, she served in the IDF, and taught converts and studied... Read More →

Anna Hanau

Anna runs Grow and Behold Kosher Pastured Meats with her husband, Naftali. She has a BA from JTS in Bible Studies and Barnard College in Urban Studies. She has a background in Jewish environmental and food education, and worked for several years at Hazon, where she co-authored several Limmud-inspired sourcebooks on Jewish tradition, food and shmita. She was the farm manager at Adamah in 2008 and 2009, and now keeps a flock of chickens in her... Read More →

Rachel Kanter

Rachel is a fiber artist who creates new Jewish ritual objects using traditional quilting, sewing and embroidery techniques. Her work is in the permanent collection of the Jewish Museum and has been exhibited across the US and Israel. Rachel is on the executive board of the Jewish Art Salon, the arts advisory board at the JTS and is a proud member of the Limmud NY board. Rachel lives in Montclair, NJ with her husband Andy and her three... Read More →

William Plevan

Bill Plevan is completing his doctorate at Princeton University writing a dissertation on the Jewish philosophy of Martin Buber. He is President of Matan, an organization dedicated to creating inclusive Jewish learning in Jewish communal life. A native New Yorker, he lives in Manhattan with his wife Sara Shapiro-Plevan and their son Ariel. The three of them are competing to see who can enjoy Limmud more.
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Sivya Twersky

Sivya is a life long learner and assumed learning daf yomi (a daily page of Talmud) this cycle as a personal challenge to herself and in memory of her father, Pesach Levovitz, of blessed memory, who studied the daily page of Talmud for as long as she can remember. Join her in this adventure. On the side, she is president of Limmud NY, and a clinical geneticist, wife, mother and grandmother.

Saturday February 13, 2016 1:45pm - 3:00pm

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