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Shayna Elizabeth Goodman

Jewish Communal Leadership Program Class of 2013

Shayna Elizabeth Goodman is working on her MFA in creative non-fiction at Hunter College where she'll be teaching a class on contemporary literature called "Distinguished Living Writers." She also is working on curriculum development for The School for Creative Judaism focusing specifically on gender roles and Judaism. She previously worked as the Communications, Outreach and Marketing Strategist at May'an in New York City. As a JCLP student, she interned with the Jewish Council for Public Affairs in Washington, DC. After completing JCLP, Shayna received an MA in Judaic Studies at the University of Michigan. Her research explored contemporary American-Jewish fiction and its connection to the past in Eastern Europe. She has worked or volunteered for a wide array of Jewish institutions and publications including Habitus: A Diaspora Journal, Hadassah, and YIVO. She has also contributed blog posts concerning feminism and modern Jewish culture to Lilith Magazine and the Jewish Women's Archive blog.

Student Details

  • Practice Method:
    Community Organization
  • Minor Practice Method:
    Management of Human Services
  • Practice Area:
    Community and Social Systems

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