Lisa Bodziner grew up in Savannah, GA and then went to the University of Wisconsin Madison for her undergraduate degree. She lived in Israel for four years where she attended the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies and received her Master's Degree in Jewish Education. After leaving Israel, Lisa taught sixth through twelfth grade for three years in California and then moved to Reisterstown, Maryland to work at the Pearlstone Center as an experiential educator and organizer of signature programs. Lisa then began working at the Center for Jewish Education as the Director of Educational Engagement and loves working there. Lisa recently received a certificate in experiential Jewish education from the Yeshiva University. In her spare time she likes to scribe and host people in her home.
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