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My Name is Jesse Pinkman.
I took this vo-tech class in high school, woodworking. I took a lot of vo-tech classes, because it was just big jerk-off, but this one time I had this teacher by the name of… Mr… Mr. Pike. I guess he was like a Marine or something before he got old. He was hard hearing. My project for his class was to make this wooden box. You know, like a small, just like a… like a box, you know, to put stuff in. So I wanted to get the thing done as fast as possible.
Who are you talking to right now? Who is it you think you see? Do you know how much I make a year? I mean, even if I told you, you wouldn’t believe it. Do you know what would happen if I suddenly decided to stop going into work?
Two-Thirds. Damn Right.
Has your condition worsened? Your medical condition, has it grown worse? Is there a ringing in your ears? Are you seeing bright lights or hearing voices? No, clearly you are not. No rational person would do as you have done. Explain yourself. Are you asking me if I ordered the murder of a child? Where is Pinkman now.
ShalomLearning Online Military Family, Naples, Italy
So things are quiet, y’know? Not a lot of crystal on the streets right now. Well, we keep hearing a name. Heisenberg. Lately pretty much every dimebagger we come across. Yeah, I know. Maybe it’s a tweaker urban legend. Still, somebody somewhere is cooking that big blue we keep finding. Come here… closer… Asshole.
Where did that come from? And why was it so damn good? His color is better, you know his energy and uh… he’s even more… physical. Well…sexual. Umm… frisky, actually? I mean that’s gotta be a good sign right? Could that mean that the chemo is working?
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Meet Walter White, Jr.
President and CEO of JChoice.org, Josh is a passionate innovator of Jewish education. Before co-founding JChoice, Josh held teaching and administrative positions at The Rashi School, The Rodeph Sholom Day School, The Kesher Community Hebrew School, Kehillath Israel, The Rebecca and Israel Ivry Prozdor High School, Camp Ramah, Camp Edward Issacs, and Storahtelling. Josh has a B.S. in Cinema Production from Ithaca College and an MA in Jewish Education from The William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education at The Jewish Theological Seminary. Josh studied theology at The Pardes Institute and Songwriting and Performance at The Berklee College of Music. Josh resides in Brookline, Massachusetts with his wife and two children and can be found on occasion, playing with his funk band called The New Mother Earth.
Chief Operating Officer
Debi is a PMP certified business professional with over 15 years of experience identifying, creating and building client relations. Prior to joining ShalomLearning, she was a proven leader for nearly a decade at Blackboard, the software company that pioneered the creation of web based eLearning software platforms powering networked learning environments. Her responsibilities included overseeing technical support teams and creating new client programs. A graduate of Rutgers College, Debi studied for a year at The Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Debi, her husband, and two sons live in Rockville, Maryland.
Chief Financial Officer
Jason has worked with not-for-profit organizations for nearly two decades, having served in executive positions at MyJewishLearning and the Bronfman Youth Fellowships in Israel and managed his own consulting firm. Jason has a B.S. in Business Administration from the University at Albany and is certified as a leadership and executive coach through the International Coach Federation. In addition to his professional work, Jason is committed to giving back to the community. In six years on UJA-Federation of New York’s Caring Commission, he participated in the allocation of over 50 million dollars to agencies around the Greater New York Area and Israel, and serves on numerous UJA task forces and committees. He has also served on the board of directors for JChoice.org and the AMB Academy, as well as the advisory board for the University of Albany Center for Jewish Studies.
Director of Marketing
Sarah was formerly the Assistant Director of Marketing at The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington. Working at Federation for eight years, she has a strong non-profit background. She is passionate about Jewish education and wants to work to build a strong Jewish community for generations to come. Sarah lives in Silver Spring, MD with her husband and three children.
Director of Judaic Studies
Liana most recently served for four years as Teen Program Manager at the Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston, coordinating the Diller Teen Fellows. Prior, Liana was the Operations Manager at the CAYL Institute (Community Advocates for Young Learners) and before that served as the FAO Schwarz Family Foundation Fellows at Jumpstart for Young Children. Liana volunteers as Co-Chair of the Boston-Haifa Young Leaders Committee and as Board Member of Yad Chessed, an organization working to support local Jews in poverty. She was selected as one of Combined Jewish Philanthropies “Chai in the Hub” winners; the top 18 most influential young Jews in Boston. Liana received her B.S. in Early Childhood Education/Child & Family Studies and her M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education both from Lesley University. She recently received a certificate in Experiential Jewish Education from Yeshiva University. Liana lives in Boston with her boyfriend and adorable dog, Oliver.
Erica has been involved in nonprofit organizations since her undergraduate years, most recently holding a position in development at The Nature Conservancy. Having just completed her master’s degree with a focus in Jewish Studies at Harvard Divinity School, Erica is excited to combine her dual passions for Jewish learning and mission-driven work at ShalomLearning. She holds a BA in history from Yale University.
Rabbi Danielle Gobuty Eskow
Rabbi Dani is the Co-Founder and CEO of Online Jewish Learning whose mission is to make Jewish education an accessible and enjoyable experience for every student. Dani has years of experience teaching and developing Jewish curricula, and is the primary developer of educational content at OnlineJewishLearning. Ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York, Dani earned her Bachelor of Arts from Brandeis University in Near Eastern & Judaic Studies, Hebrew Language and Literature, and Psychology. She was recently named in Boston as one of the Combined Jewish Philanthropy’s most influential leaders under 45. Dani lives in Brookline MA with her husband and daughter.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
A so-called ‘woodchuck’ (correctly speaking, a groundhog) would chuck — that is, throw — as much as the woodchuck in question was physically able to chuck (ibid.) if woodchucks in general had the capability (and, presumably, the motivation) to chuck wood.
What is zero divided by zero?
Imagine that you have zero cookies and you split them evenly among zero friends. How many cookies does each person get? See? It doesn’t make sense. And Cookie Monster is sad that there are no cookies, and you are sad that you have no friends.
What came first: the chicken or the egg?
Well, you can set an egg timer, but you can’t set a chicken timer. I don’t know if that helps.
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Parent, Alexandria, VA
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Education Director, Temple Chaverim, Plainview, NY
When we decided to start our Jewish education program again at Kehilat Shalom, we knew we wanted to do something different and fun that would serve our current families and possibly attract more congregants. The ShalomLearning curriculum and team did just that. The families are thrilled with the program and so is the staff!
Kehilat Shalom, Gaithersburg
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Adas Israel Congregation, Washington, DC
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Wilshire Boulevard Synagogue, Los Angeles, CA
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