Beth Steinberg, firstname.lastname@example.org
A graduate of Massad and Ramah camps and a former New Yorker, Beth believes in the importance of inclusive, informal education as a platform for teaching important Jewish and social values while building a more caring and accepting society. Beth accepted the 2017 Sylvan Adams Nefesh B’Nefesh Bonei Zion Prize in the community-nonprofit category for creating and building Shutaf with co-founder Miriam Avraham. Beth teaches and writes about disability issues and the parenting experience, and is also the artistic director of Theater in the Rough.
Miriam Avraham, email@example.com
A Camp Geva alumni and Camp Ramah staffer, Miriam moved to Israel from the NY area, eventually settling in Jerusalem with her family. Miriam and her husband Yehuda, are long-time advocates for the rights of people with disabilities and the need for a diverse, accepting and inclusive community. When not directing Shutaf operations, Miriam and Yehuda, work together in nonprofit management. Miriam is a skilled EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) practitioner, and has written and developed Hebrew-language books for young readers.