I currently serve in the Chicago branch as a missionary. I was born in New York City and raised in a home with a Christian Gentile father and a Jewish believing mother. I got a B.A. in theater and writing at Marymount Manhattan College, and after graduating, founded an avant garde theater company. During this time, I met my husband David at a Jews for Jesus Shabbat dinner for young adults in Brooklyn, and soon after we were married, we answered God’s calling to enter full-time ministry. David and I have now been serving in the Chicago branch for four years, where we re-launched the Camp Gilgal Midwest program, lead Halutzim (a two-week evangelism experience for teens), and planted a local ministry of both evangelism and discipleship to Jewish teens and young adults in the Chicagoland area. We also have a young daughter named Yael.
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