The Dynamic Etta King Talks Shop: Education, Feminism, JWA As Bridge


JWA Open Door
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JWA's open door. Photo by G.Orcha
Etta with Matriarchs
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Etta King, JWA's Education Program Manager, with (from left to right) her paternal great-grandmother, her maternal grandmother, and her paternal grandmother. Photo by G. Orcha.
Executive Director Gail Reimer and Twersky Award Winner Allyson Mattanah
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Gail T. Reimer presents the Natalia Twersky Educator Award to Allyson Mattanah at the JWA Making Trouble/Making History luncheon on March 18, 2012. Photo by Dana Meilijson.

Enjoy this interview with the dynamic Etta King, JWA's Education Manager. She entertains and enlightens with her astute takes on feminism's relevance, the role of education and engagement in unconventional ways, and a little professional advice to those young graduates beginning their careers.

Etta also discusses the Natalia Twersky Educator Award, an award given annually to an educator working in a formal or informal Jewish setting who makes the most creative use of JWA resources.

You can apply now! Make sure to tell all your educator-friends about this great opportunity.

A little post script:

* Particularly delightful is the podcast "Etta's Letta" at the bottom ... she composed the missive just for you! *
































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