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Karen Pettinelli leads youth and adults in experiential ecological education in farm and wilderness settings. She has most recently held roles as Director at Two Coyotes Wilderness School in southern CT, Lead Mentor at Wild Earth in High Falls NY, and prior to that, also managed Holcomb Farm in Granby, CT and The Food Project Farm in Lincoln, MA. Karen has a diverse Jewish educational background including Ulpan Etzion and Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem, Kohenet, and Bi-Cultural Day School as a child. In her role as Teva Director, Karen looks forward to crafting programming that weaves ancestry and nature connection together for the purpose of building a thriving and engaged Jewish community.Falls Village, CT | 860.824.5991 x401 | email@example.com
Shamu Fenyvesi Sadeh is the co-founder and director of Adamah, and prior to that he worked as the Director of Teva. He teaches Judaism and ecology, turns the compost piles, maintains the orchards, and supervises and mentors staff and Adamah Fellows. His wife Jaimie and kids Yonah, Ibby and Lev keep the bees, help harvest and pickle, and DJ staff dance parties.Falls Village, CT | 860.824.5991 x300 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Neshama Sonnenschein is the Teva Education Coordinator. In this role, she is excited to support students and educators and develop curriculum for experiential learning. She originally came to Teva as a student in 2003 and returned as an educator. Before coming to Isabella Freedman, Neshama worked in the outdoor education departments of a few summer camps and attended Muhlenberg College, where she graduated with a major in Environmental Science. In her free time she likes to rock climb, dance, crochet, and make collages.Falls Village, CT | 860.824.5991 x400 | email@example.com