I am thrilled and humbled to work at Sixth & I, the place that inspired me to become a rabbi. I love connecting people to Jewish tradition in resonant ways and infusing Jewish learning with soul, joy, and meaning.
Before coming to Sixth & I, I worked at T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights and am passionate about pursuing justice and actively improving and healing the world, starting in our own backyard. I hold bachelor’s degrees from Barnard College and the Jewish Theological Seminary and received rabbinic ordination from Hebrew Union College where I was also a Wexner Graduate Fellow. I’m a native Baltimoron and have spent time living up and down the East Coast (with an extended stint in Los Angeles).
When not learning Torah and building Jewish community, you can find me practicing yoga, hiking, listening to public radio, reading poetry, and/or eating dark chocolate. I live with my partner, Yoav and our dog, Teddie.