This is TBT’s second year as a member of the Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life (ISJL). The ISJL promotes Judaism through programs and shared resources to communities seeking solutions where Jewish resources are limited. The ISJL also provides historic preservation and community engagement throughout the southern United States. As a benefit to being a member of the ISJL, each member temple has an ISJL fellow assigned to it. Our fellow for this year is Hannah Klegon. She is available to help with all types of programming, as she has the benefit of ISJL’s library of existing programming and is also here to help us with creating new programming for our congregation. Please ask firstname.lastname@example.org how you can help TBT take advantage of the vast ISJL resources.
Hannah is a second year Fellow from Ripon, Wisconsin. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a B.A. in Jewish Studies and Education and Educational Science. Throughout college she worked as the after-school coordinator at the Madison Jewish Community Day School. Hannah grew up attending and then eventually working at OSRUI, a URJ camp in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, and that is where she credits finding her love of Judaism. After her fellowship, she plans on going to graduate school to become a school guidance counselor.