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Alisha Pedowitz

Alisha has made her career working with teens, using the richness of Jewish community, ritual, tradition, and wisdom to help them thrive. Alisha has worked as an educator and communal professional at Jewish camps, schools, and agencies throughout California, and she is a third-year Rosh Hodesh community group leader. Alisha holds an MBA in Nonprofit Management, a MAEd with a Concentration in Experiential Education, and a Bachelor’s degree in Hebrew Letters from American Jewish University, as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Stanford University.

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April 2018

The Complex Inner World of Jewish Teens in a #metoo World – How to Support Them During These Challenging and Exciting Years.

Thursday, April 26 | 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Temple Beth Am, 1039 S. La Cienega Blvd. Los Angeles, 90035 United States + Google Map

Please join us for a dynamic and informative session on the joys and challenges of raising healthy, modern Jewish teens in a #metoo world.  Moving Traditions' California Regional Director Alisha Pedowitz, will lead an exploration of some of the major pressures and issues (anxiety, sexuality, conflict with authority, social media, etc.) facing Jewish teens today--and how the Jewish community can help support our teens.

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