About me

I am a Jewish educator passionate about bringing Judaism to life for young people and adults alike. My teaching is driven by a desire to inspire students with a Judaism which is affirmative, relevant, joyful, intellectually solid and centred around Jewish sources. Feel free to read more about my teaching ethos and the different kinds of teaching I offer.

Since January 2022 I have been the Rabbi in Training at Kehillat Nashira, a partnership minyan in Borehamwood. To find out more about this warm, inclusive Jewish community, take a look at our website or Facebook page.

My studies have included a year at Midreshet Harova in Jerusalem, and a year in the Pardes Beit Midrash, where I was an Experiential Education Fellow, supported by Yesod. I am currently in my second year studying for semicha (ordination) at Yeshivat Maharat.  I read Theology & Religious Studies at Cambridge, and worked in inter-faith dialogue for nearly a decade – these experiences inform my teaching with insights from and comparisons with the worlds of philosophy, academic religious studies and other faiths.

I’ve taught in Jewish communities, at successive Limmud conferences, at JW3 and the London School of Jewish Studies, and one-on-one with adults and young people.

In 2017 I trained with Jerusalem’s Eden Centre to teach brides and grooms before marriage, and a new passion was born – I believe deeply that in-depth preparation which brings together spirituality, halacha, relationship coaching, and sexuality, is an essential start to building a healthy and strong Jewish home.

In whatever way my teaching might be of interest to you, I’d love to be in touch. Please feel free to contact me here.