Miriam Zami, Baruch
Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Miriam is a graduate of Yeshiva University Stern College for Women with a B.A. in Psychology and Jewish Studies. Before Stern, Miriam spent a gap year in Israel, exploring her love of Jewish text and community. During her undergraduate years, Miriam developed a deep passion for education, Jewish peoplehood and pluralism, and spent many summers learning in diverse beit midrash settings and working for Jewish nonprofits. She is currently the Ezra Jewish Education Springboard Fellow at Baruch College in New York and is super excited to be facilitating JLF for the first time at the Baruch campus. Miriam cherishes any opportunity to meet new people and exchange ideas, and hopes to transmit that love to her students. In her free time, Miriam is studying for an MA in Ancient Jewish History at Yeshiva University.