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Saturday, February 14 • 5:15pm - 6:15pm
Personal and Spiritual Stories of Individual Women Who Have Converted (Some A Few Times)

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Conversion Experiences, a Conversation.
Come hear the personal stories of three brave, searching, and honest women who have converted (some a few times).

 


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Angie Atkins

Angie Atkins is Director, Heritage Alumni at The Wexner Foundation. She serves on the Board of Romemu, also representing them on a UJA-Federation council which helps NYC shuls share ideas to improve synagogue life. Angie and her husband Norman regularly host Shabbat cross-denomenational minyans, seudot and learning in their UWS home. They’re blessed with three kids (Zohar, Ari, Shira) and are big fans of Mechon Hadar and all the wonderful... Read More →
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Liz Savage

Elizabeth Savage is a writer and personal organizer in NYC. She's converted to Judaism- twice. | www.savageorganizing.com @savageorganizer
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Katja Vehlow

Katja Vehlow lives in New York and teaches Jewish and Religious Studies at the University of South Carolina. Her research interests are pre-modern Jewish identities, inter-religious polemics, and gender issues. She is also a mean speed knitter.


Saturday February 14, 2015 5:15pm - 6:15pm
Aspen

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