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Dina Adelsky

Dina Adelsky

Dina Adelsky was born in Russia and immigrated to Boston with her family at age 3. The kindness and philanthropy of American Jewry, concerned with the future of the Jewish people, gave Dina the opportunity to receive a Jewish education and form a strong values-based Jewish identity. Dina received her BA and MA in Judaic Studies at the University of Michigan, and served as a year-long Jewish Service Corps fellow in Odessa, Ukraine through the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. Before joining JWA as Director of Development, she worked in development in a variety of settings, including Jewish day schools and a major Boston medical center. Grateful for the generosity of strangers and having a deep appreciation for the value of “paying it forward,” Dina is honored to develop connections between philanthropic individuals and the Jewish Women’s Archive so that the next generation can continue to build on the important achievements of our ancestors.

Blog Posts

If All The Seas Were Ink book cover and Ilana Kurshan headshot

An Interview with Ilana Kurshan about "If All The Seas Were Ink"

by Dina Adelsky

JWA sat down with author Ilana Kurshan to discuss her award-winning memoir, If All The Seas Were Ink, one of our Book Club picks.

Topics: Memoirs

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Dina Adelsky." (Viewed on September 22, 2019) <https://jwa.org/blog/author/dina-adelsky>.

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