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Mikki Pugh

Mikki Pugh
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JWA Director of Programs and Education Mikki Pugh

Mikki Pugh is a Boston native, born and raised in the small but mighty Jewish community of West Roxbury. An alumna of Solomon Schechter Day School and Boston Latin, Mikki went on to earn a BA in Psychology and Women’s Studies at Skidmore College, ultimately receiving her MSW from UNC Chapel Hill. Mikki has over ten years of experience in program design and management, focusing on gender-specific mentoring, curriculum development, and women’s health. She is also a licensed yoga teacher and long-time meditation practitioner, serving as a volunteer in underserved communities throughout Greater Boston.

Blog posts

Ruth Bader Ginsburg from MAKERS

When I think of Ruth Bader Ginsburg...

With RBG's influence is as critical as ever, JWA put together our own compilation of letters celebrating and honoring the #Supreme Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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A Bintel Brief: An Interview with Liana Finck

How many ways can you tell a story? To tell hers, artist and graphic novelist Liana Finck combines history, humor, and art in her book, A Bintel Brief: Love and Longing in Old New York. Inspired by the questions, fears, and uncertainties of turn-of-the-century Jewish immigrants, Finck lovingly adapts and presents several letters from the Bintel Brief advice column of the Yiddish newspaper, The Forward.

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