Looking Back and Looking Forward: A Reflection from Ellen Bernste...

In honor of Tu B’Shevat, a reflection from Rabbi Ellen Bernstein, who received a grant as part of the first cohort of Covenant Foundation ...

Hackathon, Jewish Style

Tamir Barzilai is beta-testing an app so people with dietary restrictions can find restaurants in Vancouver offering dishes free of taboo in...


Meredith Englander Polsky - 2017 Award Recipient

Meredith Englander Polsky is the National Director of Institutes and Training at Matan in New York, and Developmental Support Coordinator at Temple Beth Ami Nursery School in Rockville, MD. The Matan Institute has created systemic change by educating over 1,000 school directors and teachers on inclusion practices in various educational settings. At the Temple Beth Ami Nursery School, Polsky ensures that every family and every child, regardless of developmental need, find a place where they are welcomed and educated according to their way.

Philip Warmflash - 2007 Award Recipient

Alison Kur - 2014 Award Recipient

Alison Kur, Executive Director of Jewish Living at Temple Beth Elohim in Wellesley, MA, is an attorney-turned-Jewish educator, who in just a dozen years in the field has altered the educational landscape in myriad settings and for a cross section of students and colleagues.