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National Office

Jodi Bromberg, CEO

Jodi Bromberg has been the president of InterfaithFamily since October 1, 2013; the day that the Pew Report on Jewish Americans came out. Prior to joining InterfaithFamily, she most recently practiced corporate law, predominantly with non-profit organizations and small businesses.

A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Temple University Beasley School of Law, Jodi is excited to now advocate and work on behalf of interfaith families interested in exploring Jewish life, and in the past year, has written for eJewish Philanthropy, the Jewish Journal, the Philadelphia Jewish Exponent and the Jewish Daily Forward. She has also been speaking and advocating on behalf of the inclusion of interfaith families in Jewish life, most recently at the International Lion of Judah Conference, and serves on the Advisory Boards of Honeymoon Israel and Seder2015. After growing up in northern New Jersey, and living in the Philadelphia area for the past 20 years, Jodi, her spouse and preschooler twin boys now live outside of Boston. (But she remains a diehard New York Yankees fan!)

Heather Martin, Chief Operating Officer

Heather has extensive marketing and operations experience in both the for-profit and non-profit worlds and a diverse background in consulting, project management, e-business, and web development. Prior to coming to InterfaithFamily, she was Vice President at Jewish Family & Life! and the Project Director for JFL's JSkyway online learning program. Heather's positions prior to JFL include Vice President of Marketing and co-owner of, an online search community helping reunite birthparents, family members, missing persons and friends, and Executive Vice President of Custom Internet Development, an Internet consultancy where she oversaw NewVantage's efforts to rapidly design, develop and deploy world class Internet solutions for their clients. Heather gained information technology strategy and consulting experience at IBM's Consulting Group where she worked with large Fortune 100 retail and consumer packaged goods clients. She holds a Masters of Science in Industrial Administration (MBA) from Carnegie Mellon's Graduate School of Industrial Administration and a Bachelor of Commerce Degree from McGill University. Heather is intermarried and lives in Franklin, Mass., with her husband Scott and sons Ryan and Asher.

Stacie Garnett-Cook, National Director, InterfaithFamily/Your Community

Stacie joined InterfaithFamily in 2012 to support the growth of the InterfaithFamily/Your Community program. She has over 10 years of experience working in Boston's non-profits, bringing people together around issues they care about. She recently completed her master's in organization development from American University and has a passion for helping non-profits achieve their missions more effectively. Prior to coming to InterfaithFamily, Stacie worked at NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts where she managed multi-stakeholder coalitions addressing sexual and reproductive health. She also participated in the Jewish Organizing Initiative fellowship program, learning community organizing skills and working on social justice from a Jewish context, and worked as a community organizer at Massachusetts Senior Action Council, organizing senior citizens to fight for better health care. Stacie's interest in multi-faith issues began in college where she was a Jewish student representative on the Wellesley College Multi-Faith Council. When she's not in the office, Stacie enjoys yoga, folk music, and spending time with her husband, Andrew and their son, Sam. They live in Dedham, MA.

Lindsey Silken, Editorial Director

Lindsey's background is rooted in magazine publishing as a digital and print editor. Her career began at JFL Media's JVibe magazine for Jewish teens, where she was editor-in-chief and oversaw the national magazine and website, and worked closely with teens. Before returning to the Jewish non-profit sector at IFF, she held online editorial posts at Girls' Life and SAIL magazines. Lindsey spends a great deal of her time unplugging from her 9-5 dose of social media by reading, writing essays and short fiction as well as sailing, skiing and traveling. But these days, her free time is devoted to her adorable baby girl. Lindsey holds a master's in creative writing from the Bennington Writing Seminars, and a BA in English and BFA in art from Connecticut College. She lives in Newton, MA, with her husband and daughter.

Liz Polay-Wettengel, National Director of Marketing & Communications

Liz is a veteran marketing professional with over two decades of experience in traditional marketing and publicity with a strong background in the online landscape. She began her professional marketing career in the music industryWorking for EMI Music in the mid 1990s and in 2002 left New York City and moved to the Boston area to work in both the real estate and publishing markets. Since 2006, Liz has been immersed in the nonprofit world where she worked at Combined Jewish Philanthropies of greater Boston. At CJP, she introduced social marketing techniques and created the initial social media presence for the large non-profit and co-created After her successes there, she found a home at InterfaithFamily in 2014

A blogger since 1999, Liz is a well-known social media advocate and trainer. She is known for her creative and edgy approach to engaging new audiences. Passionate about marketing and digital communication, she is often sought after to speak about engaging communities and to teach best practices for using social media tools in both the corporate and non-profit segments. With a record of early technology adoption, she has built trusted relationships through many social media channels. When offline, Liz can be found with her family, enjoying the beauty of coastal Massachusetts. She is intermarried and lives in Salem, MA with her husband and two sons. You can find her tweeting at @LizPW.

Mike Navisky, National Director of Development

Mike joined InterfaithFamily as the National Director of Development in 2016. He launched his career in fundraising with Rafanelli Events, a premier event management, design and non-profit consulting company on the east coast. He spent the next six years working for the Anti-Defamation League in Boston and the Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston in fundraising roles of increasing responsibility. Most recently, Mike worked as the Director of Development & Communications for Raising A Reader Massachusetts. Mike earned a BA in Economics at the University of Rochester.

Interfaith issues have been a recurring issue for him since middle school when he joined, S.T.O.P. (Students Together Opposing Prejudice) an Interfaith program in its inaugural year that brought together students from three different faiths. This program along with continuing focus on inclusion and understanding have been key parts of his identity and further reinforced through his marriage and the addition of new faith traditions.

He lives in Natick with his wife and two children. When not at work, he enjoys being outdoors, photography, watching sports, and spending time with his family.

Brian Phair, Associate Director, InterfaithFamily/Your Community

Brian joined InterfaithFamily in 2014 to support the growth of the InterfaithFamily/Your Community initiative. After graduating from the University of Connecticut with a BA in Sociology, he spent 5 years at Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP), the Jewish federation in Boston working in both the planning and development departments. Prior to coming to InterfaithFamily, he worked at Brandeis University in both alumni relations and development, increasing alumni engagement with the University in several regional areas including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Connecticut, South Florida, and South Korea. Brian grew up in an interfaith household and has always had a passion for creating a warm and welcoming Jewish community. He lives in Natick with his wife, Sarah, and daughter, Mira. When not at work, he enjoys photography, golf, watching sports, and spending quality time with his family.

Jamie Copperman, Executive Assistant/Office Manager


Jamie joins InterfaithFamily as the Executive Assistant, supporting our CEO Jodi Bromberg in our National Office. Since she graduated from Ohio University in 2009 she has held a variety of positions that has built the unique skill set she brings to the table. She’s been involved in event planning and fundraising from her time with the American Cancer Society in New York. She is extremely organized and detail oriented from her experience as a professional organizer. She has experience in marketing, branding and design from her undergraduate degree and role as Brand Manager with The Little Details in Boston. Her hope and goal working with InterfaithFamily is to help the growth of the organization and team by providing exceptional administrative support.

Deb Morandi, Manager of Strategic Events

Deb Morandi is a highly motivated and creative organizational manager with extensive communication and community building skills. Prior to coming to InterfaithFamily, she was the Leadership Resource Development Coordinator at Jewish Family Service of Metrowest where she created programs for young families looking for a Jewish connection and grew the Jewish identity in those communities by 30%. She was also responsible for planning and developing events that would raise awareness and funds to support the work of JFS of Metrowest. Previously, Deb was a senior event consultant for an upscale event planning firm in Boston where she worked closely with couples and families to plan weddings and bat/bar mitzvahs. Deb holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Kansas and is an avid Jayhawks fan! She is intermarried and lives in Franklin, MA with her husband, twin boys, and yellow lab.


Andrea Kremer, Marketing Associate

Andrea Kremer is a marketing professional with over two decades of experience spanning advertising, publishing, arts & entertainment, and special events. As New Media Manager at Rounder Records, she managed online marketing for the label and its active roster of releases, including the 2009 GRAMMY winner for Album of the Year. She also spent 5 years as Marketing Manager for First Night Boston, overseeing visual identity and communications for the nation's oldest and largest New Year's Eve festival of the arts. She has been the sole proprietor of her own marketing agency, Shake & Howdy, Inc., for 6 years. Her skills include copywriting, graphic design, web development, video production, publicity, and social media management. She graduated from Brandeis with a BA in Creative Writing.


Phyllis Myung, Editorial Associate

Phyllis Myung

Phyllis Myung is a freelance writer, content creator, consultant and speaker. She has background in education and political science with a stint in finance. Her diverse background has given her a breadth of experience in writing, social media strategy and execution, relationship management, event planning and working with children and parents. She is a startup enthusiast and enjoys creating new spaces for topics, products and issues that are not always heard about. In giving voice to her Asian American experience and growing up with immigrant parents, Phyllis blogs at her personal lifestyle blog, Her blog focuses on the Asian American and immigrant experience voice in life, but mostly from a parenting perspective. Phyllis graduated with a degree in Political Science from Bryn Mawr College.



Rabbi Malka Packer, Director, InterfaithFamily/Atlanta

Malka Packer was ordained at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College in Pennsylvania in 2014 and was the recipient of the Reconstructionist Student Association Prize for Spiritual Enrichment in the RRC community. Malka's passion is creating inspiring and relevant rituals and ceremonies and invigorating Jewish practices. Inclusivity is at the heart of Malka's rabbinate. She has co-founded several on-going creative prayer communities, including a monthly musical chanting and meditation Kabbalat Shabbat Friday night prayer service in Philadelphia and the first and only weekly, weekday non-Orthodox Shacharit service in Tel Aviv. Malka has served as a rabbinic advisor at both Bryn Mawr and Vassar College. Prior to rabbinical school, Malka earned a Master's degree in Elementary Education and Creative Arts in Learning from Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts and worked as a Jewish educator for over a decade. Malka recently moved to Virginia Highland, Atlanta with her partner, Mercy.





Rabbi Jillian Cameron, Director, InterfaithFamily/Boston


Rabbi Jillian Cameron was ordained at Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion in 2012 after receiving a Masters Degree in Jewish Education in 2008. After graduating from Trinity College in Hartford, CT, she worked at several Jewish organizations and synagogues, pursuing her passion for education, Israel and Judaism. During her time at HUC-JIR, she had the opportunity to work on a variety of publications while interning at the CCAR, from prayer books to a collection of essays on Jewish food ethics to a guide to creating Jewish weddings. Following her ordination, Rabbi Cameron served as the Assistant Rabbi and Educator at a synagogue in Virginia where she had the privilege to work with many different types of families and individuals, helping them to find relevance in Judaism and explore an array Jewish paths. She believes in the power and importance of everyone’s story and how diversity can only strengthen the Jewish community. Jillian is a proud New Jersey native, the proud product of an interfaith family and a very proud Salem resident.


Jane Maine, Program Manager, InterfaithFamily/Boston


Jane Maine has recently found renewed joy in Judaism and although her background runs the gamut from owning a coffee house (Java Jane’s), to marketing and selling a comprehensive sex education curriculum (Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts), one of her most recent endeavors is as principal of Temple Emanuel of the Merrimack Valley’s religious school. Jane is also a Project Management Professional (PMP) and a certified trainer. Other joys in Jane’s life include her four perfect grandchildren, kvelling about her two grown children (Mandi and Seth), music and dancing. She lives in Leominster with her husband, Mike, their cat Newk, and numerous dust bunnies.


Rabbi Ari Moffic, Director, InterfaithFamily/Chicago

Ari Poster Moffic was ordained at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in 2007. A graduate of Indiana University, she received Master's Degrees in Jewish Education and Jewish Studies from Baltimore Hebrew College. A native of Newton Massachusetts, Rabbi Moffic has an extensive background in Jewish family education -including writing for a Jewish family magazine, leading family retreats, and helping to start a family centered religious school. She has a special interest in working with interfaith couples and families. Identity formation, modern interpretations of culture and religion and making Jewish living accessible, relevant and meaningful are the areas that drive and inspire Rabbi Moffic. She believes in learning through doing and engaging the entire family in transformative Jewish experiences. She is married to Rabbi Evan Moffic, senior rabbi at Congregation Solel in Highland Park, Illinois. They are parents to Hannah born in 2007 and Allie born in 2009.

Bonnie Cortez, Program Manager, InterfaithFamily/Chicago

Bonnie Cortez

Bonnie Cortez is driven by service. While working as a massage therapist for 20 years, a doula for 15 and a Montessori teacher for 10, Bonnie dedicated herself to facilitating wellness, inspiring people’s natural desire to learn and to work collaboratively while baring witness during some of life’s most transformational experiences. Bonnie’s current professions allow her to utilize skills honed throughout her professional life. As a Life-Cycle Celebrant, it is an honor for Bonnie to create and officiate tailor-made ceremonies that string together the precious pearls of couples’ lives. As Program Manager for IFF/Chicago, Bonnie utilizes her organizational, community building and problem-solving skills along with her experience within an interfaith family to help create and facilitate programs for the Chicagoland community.

These skills are celebrated within her family. Bonnie cares for and is cared for by her partner, Sandro, their growing brood, including 6 kids and two grandchildren and their fuzzy love, Anya, who often nudges Bonnie to stretch and have a nosh while typing away on her laptop. Bonnie has both a master’s degree in elementary education and a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Roosevelt University. Bonnie is certified through the Life-Cycle Celebrant Foundation & Institute.

Judy Jury, Director, Special Projects, InterfaithFamily/Chicago

Judy Jury has devoted her entire career and volunteer life to Jewish education. She has worked for over 30 years as an Education Director in Chicago area synagogue schools with 200 to 800 students and has taught Hebrew and Judaic studies to students from 3 years old to 83 years old. Judy founded and directs eJewcate Me, an Online Hebrew and Religious School, allowing access to every child, regardless of location or family religious affiliation, to receive a Jewish education. Judy works as a consultant for Ramah Day Camp in the Chicago area and is the President of the Board of Jewish Education of Metropolitan Chicago where she has been a board member for over a decade. While Judy adores her three fabulous children, her three incredible grandchildren have taken over as the loves of her 




InterfaithFamily/Los Angeles

Rabbi Keara Stein, Director, InterfaithFamily/Los Angeles

Keara Stein

Keara Stein grew up in Scottsdale, Arizona, and earned a BA in Religious Studies with a minor in music from Willamette University in Salem, Oregon. After graduating she lived in Portland, Oregon, where she met her husband Jason whom she married in 2012. In Portland Keara worked for the Jewish Federation and at local synagogues teaching religious school and co-founding Jews Next Dor, a young adult community. Keara attended Hebrew Union College where she held internships in Amarillo, Texas, UCLA Medical Center, St. John's Hospital and Temple Beth Hillel. After ordination in May 2014 Keara worked as the Interim Assistant Rabbi at Temple Judea in Tarzana before joining InterfaithFamily. Keara lives in Pasadena, California, with her husband Jason, her step-son Jonathon, one-year-old twins Elliot and Nora, and their dog Cosmo.

Rachael Martin, Program Manager, InterfaithFamily/Los Angeles

Rachael Martin

Rachael joined InterfaithFamily/Los Angeles in 2015. She has worked in the Los Angeles Jewish community for the past 14 years where her roles have spanned not only the length of the city, but much of the diversity of L.A.'s Judaism as well. From the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles, to the Program Director at Sinai Temple, to a writer and creative strategist for Rabbi Sherre Hirsch and others, Rachael has worked to make Jewish traditions and teachings relevant to a broad audience. Her passion for fostering a welcoming and inclusive Judaism coalesced during her time as Board Chair at Temple Beth Israel of Highland Park and reaches beyond the professional roles to her own interfaith household. She grew up in Florida and after six post-college years in New York, she moved to Silverlake in 2001 and hasn?t looked back.


Rabbi Robyn Frisch, Director, InterfaithFamily/Philadelphia

Robyn Frisch graduated from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1988 and New York University School of Law in 1991. After practicing as a corporate lawyer in a large Philadelphia law firm for several years, Robyn decided to follow her passion and become a rabbi. She was ordained at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in 2000. Since her ordination, Robyn has worked as a congregational rabbi, hospital chaplain, religious school director, family educator, adult education instructor, Rosh Hodesh group leader for teens, and Jewish day and overnight camp rabbi. She loves teaching and helping to make Judaism come alive for individuals, couples and families and empowering them to make Jewish rituals, practices and teachings a valuable part of their lives. She especially enjoys working with interfaith couples and families to create personal and meaningful life-cycle events.

Robyn grew up in the Philadelphia suburbs and has lived in the area with her family since 2001. Robyn serves as the spiritual leader of Temple Menorah Keneseth Chai, the oldest synagogue in northeast Philadelphia, where she has been since 2008. Robyn loves spending time with her husband and three children. She also enjoys practicing yoga and mindfulness meditation, reading and biking.

Robin Warsaw, Program Manager, InterfaithFamily/Philadelphia

Robin Warsaw joined InterfaithFamily/Philadelphia in 2012. She began work with the interfaith community in 2011 as the project manager for InterFaithways in Philadelphia, PA. She has 18 years of experience working as an IT professional, including software development, classroom teaching, website design and development, and video and photo editing. She's excited to use both her technical skills and community outreach experience to connect interfaith couples and families with resources in the Philadelphia area. Robin is a member of the Board of Trustees at her synagogue in Elkins Park, PA, where she is active in the religious school and on the membership committee. She enjoys tennis, hiking, cooking, yoga, and spending time with her husband and two children.

InterfaithFamily/San Francisco Bay Area

Rabbi Mychal Copeland, Director, InterfaithFamily/Bay Area

Rabbi Mychal Copeland worked in two Hillels for the past 13 years, UCLA and more recently, Stanford University. In 1995, she earned a Masters in Theological Studies and Secondary Teaching Credential from Harvard Divinity School, and a rabbinical degree from the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College in 2000. Mychal is the founder of a national Rosh Hodesh (new moon) project for teens, It?s a Girl Thing, and is a certified yoga instructor who fuses Jewish spirituality with movement in her yoga teaching. She writes a monthly Torah column for the J: Jewish News Weekly of Northern California. She is passionate about opening the doors of Judaism wider and leading people toward a profound spiritual and religious life that embraces all of their disparate identities. She lives with her partner of 20 years in Mountain View, California, with their two sons.

Lisa Finkelstein, Program Manager, InterfaithFamily/Bay Area

As a community organizer on behalf of the San Francisco based Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund she worked tirelessly for marriage equality. She has managed events and the public affairs for a myriad of nonprofit and public sector groups such as the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, BimBam, University of California, New Israel Fund, and Full Circle Fund. As the founding Executive Director of the Jared Polis Foundation, she opened four public charter high schools and led an initiative to provide thousands of refurbished computers to disenfranchised young people. She received a BA from the University of Oregon and earned a Master’s Degree in Nonprofit Management from Regis University. Lisa grew up in the heart of St. Louis, later in a touristy Colorado mountain town, and now her life is based in San Francisco where she lives just 22 blocks away from the Pacific Ocean.


Edmund Case

Edmund Case graduated from Yale in 1972 and from Harvard Law School in 1975. He practiced law for 22 years and was chairman of the business litigation department of Testa, Hurwitz & Thibeault, a large Boston law firm. He served on the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of Greater Boston Legal Services, the major provider of civil legal aid to the indigent in Greater Boston. In 1997 Case enrolled in the Heller-Hornstein Program at Brandeis University, graduating in May 1999 with a Master's in Jewish Communal Service and a Master's in Management. Case's fieldwork placements at the Hornstein Program involved working at Jewish Family & Children's Service on intermarriage programming, and staffing a new services to the intermarried committee at Combined Jewish Philanthropies. In June 2000, Case completed a three-year term as president of Temple Shalom of Newton, a 1,000-family Reform synagogue. He has served as a member of the URJ (Reform Movement) Northeast Regional Outreach Committee since 1993, and he and his wife and daughter have been panelists at outreach programs at URJ conventions. Case was a member of CJP's 1996 Task Force on Intermarriage and of CJP's 1997 Strategic Planning Sub-committee on Vibrancy and Inclusiveness.

Case is co-editor of The Guide to Jewish Interfaith Family Life: An Handbook (Jewish Lights Publishing, 2001) and has written widely on intermarriage issues.

In November 2001 Case was named to The Forward 50 list of top Jewish leaders. He is a frequent speaker on outreach issues, including in November 2002 at the United Jewish Communities' General Assembly, in June 2004 at the UJC's Hadesh West conference, in June 2005 at the American Jewish Press Association conference, in April 2006 at the Jewish Funders Network conference, in January 2007 at the conference of RAVSAK (the association of Jewish community day schools) and in November 2010 at the General Assembly of the Jewish Federations of North America.


Caroline Fortin

Caroline Fortin

Caroline Fortin formally joined the InterfaithFamily team in 2017 as Director of the Interfaith Inclusion Leadership Initiative. Her involvement with InterfaithFamily began in 2014 as a member of InterfaithFamily Philadelphia's Advisory Council. She continues her engagement in Philadelphia as a facilitator for group discussions with interfaith couples where she draws upon her experiences growing up in an interfaith home. Caroline completed her Master of Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania and has spent much of her career dedicated to improving maternal and child health and wellness throughout Philadelphia. As Founder and CEO of the social enterprise, Mama Said, Caroline provides consulting services to workplaces and community spaces to help them better meet the needs and interests of mothers and parents in their settings.

Caroline graduated from Dickinson College with degrees in Psychology and Judaic Studies. While attending Dickinson, Caroline led an interfaith council of students and served as a Hillel board member. She continues to serve as a board member at Tribe 12, a Community Partner for JEVS Human Services, and a Women of Vision philanthropist for The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia. She is proud to call the City of Philadelphia home for nearly six years.

Rabbi Lev Baesh

Rabbi Lev Baesh was ordained by the Reform Movement in 1994 in Cincinnati. He can be found in Austin, TX, as well as traveling nationally and internationally to celebrate interfaith-Jewish weddings, baby naming ceremonies, and creative and inclusive coming of age ceremonies. Baesh served as rabbi for Temple Israel of Dover, N.H., from 1994-2006 and served as interim rabbi for Congregation Beit Ahavah in Northampton, Mass., in 2006 and 2007, and Congregation B?nei Or in Newton, Mass., from 2007-2009. He currently is a full-time RN at University Medical Center Brackenridge in Austin, Texas while serving as part-time rabbi of Congregation Kol HaLev in Austin. His focus throughout his congregational work is welcoming all who want Jewish as part of their lives. He also served as Boston’s first Interfaith Ambassador for Combined Jewish Philanthropies, creating and staffing workshops, community trainings, and couples programing in and around the Boston area. InterfaithFamily is a natural fit for this high-spirited, knowledgeable and welcoming rabbi.

Baesh lives with his partner Andrew, who joined the Jewish world a few years into their relationship. You can read about their early life in The Guide to Jewish Interfaith Family Life: An Handbook in the chapter about "Gay and Interfaith." Baesh has contributed several articles to our web site and has been helpful in the creation of our wedding guide for interfaith couples.

Prior to life as a rabbi, Baesh was an attorney with the Children's Aid Society in New York, and coordinated their Manhattan project of PINS Mediation with parents and teens. Baesh is a graduate of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Class of 1994, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University class of 1987 (accepted in the New York and Connecticut Bar Associations) and Clark University class of 1984. Baesh was accepted and attended Bangor Theological Seminary's Doctor of Ministry program until he decided to leave congregational work. Rabbi Baesh is also a nursing school graduate of Regis College-Lawrence Memorial Hospital in Medford, Mass. and is attending Western Governors University to complete an MSN in Nursing Leadership and Management.

And for those who knew Baesh prior to 1998, when he changed his name after attending a Jewish story-teller's retreat, you will remember him as Wesley Michael Odell. Baesh is a fifth generation rabbi in the United States of which three are Reform and two Lubavitch on his mother's side and a second generation attorney on his father's side.



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