Batya Glazer was ordained as a Conservative Rabbi at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in 1998 where she also studied at the Davidson School of Jewish Education. She has decades of experience in Jewish education at all levels and in all settings, both formal. She has taught at every level in both formal and informal settings. She identifies her first experience as a Jewish educator was as an eight year old consultant for her mother who taught 3rd grade Hebrew School at congregations Temple Emmanuel and M’kor Shalom in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
Working in Jewish Community Relations Councils, Batya has been building relationships through dialogue, working in coalition, and educational programming for years. She is committed to listening deeply and developing an understanding of the concerns and the cultural context of diverse communities and working closely with lay leaders to bring together representatives and diverse perspectives of the Jewish community.
Glazer has a B.A. in Political Science from Rutgers University, a Master of Hebrew Letters degree from The University of Judaism, and a Master’s degree and Rabbinic Ordination from The Jewish Theological Seminary of America.
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