Raised in Western Massachusetts, Sara (she/her) has made homes in Brooklyn, Jerusalem, and most recently, Somerville. Sara has a Bachelor’s degree in religious studies from Carleton College, with a focus on dance and performance studies, and a Masters in Arts in Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She has worked at the nexus of arts education and liberatory work for the past 10 years—in New York, Boston and Jerusalem. Sara’s educational work and rabbinical studies are supported by an understanding of religious and artistic work as interrelated and necessary pathways to individual and collective liberation. Sara loves to dance, write poetry, cook big meals, walk and practice slowness. Currently, Sara is a Hebrew College/IYUN Fellow, and works as a Teaching Fellow at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, co-teaching a class on possible futures in arts education.
Slowness Devotee, Walk Enthusiast, Lover of the Body