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Moriah Bradley is described as someone who "selflessly uses her artistry and professionalism to serve with a full heart every day." She's a teacher, an artist, a social worker, a dancer, and a mom.
She is passionate about Jewish education, and that shines through in her work at Chicago Jewish Day School where she is a kindergarten teacher, heads several school committees promoting Jewish life and leads school dance workshops with hundreds of participants.
She continues serving the Jewish community on weekends, teaching synagogue parent-tot classes, and spends her summers working at Jewish camps. She's also a Zumba instructor who leads her students in Israeli dance and somehow she still finds time to bake challah with her kids each Shabbat to drop off for family and friends.
Kindergarten Educator at Chicago Jewish Day School
ON THE SIDE:
Young Families Jewish Educator at Beth Emet Synagogue; Camper Care Leader at Apachi Northside
DESCRIBE YOURSELF IN 10 WORDS OR LESS:
Creative soul driven by the languages of movement and family.
SOMETHING MOST PEOPLE DON’T KNOW ABOUT ME:
I am the first college graduate on my Mom's side. Over my graduation weekend I led the Hebrew naming service for my niece.
A JEW WHO INSPIRES YOU:
Israeli Artist David Moss