Site Credits & Awards
Site Produced and Maintained by the Jewish Women's Archive
- Gail Twersky Reimer, Ph.D., Executive Director
- Velda Shaby, Director of Digital Strategy
- Patrick Dash, Web Producer
Many thanks to the following for past and continued consultations:
Joyce Antler, Brandeis University, Historical Consultant and Editor
Phil Bailey, MIT, Oracle Developer
Kirky Ringer DeLong, MIT, System Administrator
Marjorie Feld, Historical Consultant and Editor
Melissa Gopnik, Project Management Consultant
Lestra Litchfield, Multimedia Producer
Janet H. Murray, Georgia Institute of Technology, Interactive Designer
Susan Porter, Historical Consultant and Editor
Kevin Proffitt, American Jewish Archives, Archival Consultant
Yelena Nakhimovsky, Webmaster, 2000–2003
Jen Spadofora, Online Content Manager, 2003–2005
Ari Davidow, Director of Online Strategy, 2005–2013
Anna Engle, Web Producer, 2005
Emilie Hardman, Digital Archivist, 2007
Isaac Simon-Hodes, Wed Developer, 2007–2011
Andrea Medina-Smith, Digital Archivist, 2008–2009
|2012 Simon Rockower Award for Excellence in Jewish Journalism
A 2011 blog post by JWA's Online Communications Specialist Leah Berkenwald entitled "Harry Potter: Four Progressive Lessons for the Jewish Community" was the winner of a Simon Rockower Award for Best Single Commentary. Sponsored by the American Jewish Press Association (AJPA), the Rockower Awards are a coveted honor for excellence in Jewish journalism.
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|JTA's 100 Most Influential Jewish Twitterers |
Selected in 2009 as #12 in the "25 more influential Jewish Organizations" category by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
|Slingshot—50 most innovative Jewish organizations and projects |
Slingshot, A Resource Guide to Jewish Innovation, is an annual compilation of the 50 most inspiring and innovative organizations, projects, and programs in the North American Jewish community today. First published in 2005, Slingshot continues to highlight organizations in Jewish life that have particular resonance among younger generations. The Jewish Women's Archive has been featured in the 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2009 editions of Slingshot.
|The National Foundation for Jewish Culture's Web Site of the Month |
The National Foundation for Jewish Culture is the central cultural agency of the American Jewish Community. Founded in 1960 by the Council of Jewish Federations, the NFJC works with artists, scholars, cultural institutions and community agencies to enrich local Jewish life, enhance educational opportunities and foster a dynamic Jewish identity in a multicultural society.
|Best of Brookline 2009 |
The Jewish Women's Archive has been selected for the 2009 Best of Brookline Award in the Educational Services category by the US Commerce Association.
|Site of the Day |
Chosen by Family Tree Magazine, an online and print magazine about discovering, preserving and celebrating your family's history.
|Site of the Day |
Selected as part of Jewish Family & Life!'s Jewish Web Week project.
|Britannica Internet Guide Award|
|The Webmaster Award |
Chosen as part of a select few to have won the prestigious Webmaster Award. Out of thousands of websites reviewed each month, judges found our web site to be in "TOP 2% of all websites reviewed" in both the categories of "exceptional graphics" and "unique and interesting content."
|Recommended Site Award |
Selected as a recommended site in the area of women's history by Suite 101.com. The suite is a community-based best-of-the-web site with more than 250 editors writing on specialized topics and selectively recommending sites.
|Eye On the Web Selected Site Award |
Chosen from among thousands of websites, our site was selected for its "content, usability, graphics and overall design" and is featured on the Eye on the Web's Top Sites list in the category of Women's Resources.
|The Silver Cup Award |
Given "only to the best Jewish sites on the internet," the Jewish Webring Exchange has honored the Jewish Women's Archive site with its silver cup award.
|Yahoo! Daily Pick|