Jessica is Moishe House’s Director of Jewish Service Learning & coaches community builders on “how to” create and plan Jewish Service Learning programs, and provides tips on content, pedagogy and programming. In partnership with the Jewish Education team and Repair the World, Jessica cultivates serious Jewish learning and a deep commitment to service. She has lived in a Moishe House and a Pod, and is eager to help folks express their Judaism in any way that is meaningful to them!
Jessica hopes to empower her generation to connect with Judaism through social causes, collaborate with diverse communities to build meaningful relationships, and create both formative and informative educational moments that foster social change. Jessica’s work experience includes serving as the Director of Experiential Education at Temple Shaaray Tefila in New York, and as a Food Justice and Team Leader at Repair the World in Philadelphia. She received her Master’s degree in Experiential Education and Jewish Cultural Arts from George Washington University.