Meet Up: Pandemic Planning: Budgeting in Covid-19: What You Can Do, What You Should Do, and What You Must Do in Order to be Successful
A partnership with Early Childhood Educators of Reform Judaism (ECE-RJ) and The National Association of Temple Administrators (NATA)
To get the most out of the session please invite your Early Childhood Director, Executive Director or lay partner to attend this webinar with you.
Jack Feldman, Executive Director, and Jamah Maman Director of Preschool and Young Family Learning and Engagement, Temple Sinai, Atlanta, GA will discuss how to successfully collaborate to develop a realistic and flexible budget during these challenging times.
Jamah Maman is the Director of Preschool and Young Family Learning & Engagement at Temple Sinai and has over 10 years of experience in early childhood. Jamah is a Georgia Certified Teacher and a member of the Early Childhood Educators of Reform Judaism. In addition, she is trained in the Orton Gillingham Method. Jamah received her Bachelors of Science in Sociology from North Georgia College and State University and a Masters of Arts in Teaching Early Childhood Education from Brenau University. Jamah and her husband Shlome, have two daughters who are both Temple Sinai Preschool alumni.
A native of Canada, Jack began his career in Jewish communal service as a Social Worker at the Baycrest Center for Geriatric Care, a large Jewish home for the aged in Toronto. He left Toronto in 1993 to become the director of a small summer camp in central Alberta, moving on to progressively larger camps, including 6 years as a Senior Camp Director for the URJ (Camp George and Camp Harlam).
Jack left camping in 2006 and transitioned into synagogue management as the Executive Director of Congregation Beth Torah in Overland Park, KS. In March, 2014 Jack became the Executive Director of Temple Sinai, in Sandy Springs, GA, where he currently serves.
He has a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Toronto with specializations in geriatric psychiatry and child and adolescent development, and an undergraduate degree in Sociology and English. He is a Certified Social Worker (in Canada) and has been a proud member of the National Association for Temple Administration (NATA) for 13 years, and a member of the NATA Board of Directors since 2012.
Jack was installed as the President of NATA in December, 2019. He is also the President of SEDAR, the Synagogue Executive Directors – Atlanta Region group. He earned his FTA (Fellow of Temple Administration) in December, 2020.
Jack and his wife Nicole live in Marietta, GA and have two wonderful children, Matthew and Hannah. Matthew is Freshman at Lynn University, and hopes to be a writer. Hannah is in her first year of a two year Fellowship through Hillel International at Virginia Tech.
*There is no charge for this webinar
Interested in joining the Zoom Meet Up but aren't a member of ECE-RJ? Contact Tricia Ginis, Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on membership