What’s Happening at Ramah
National Ramah Announces New Assistant Director
of Reshet Ramah: Alumni and Community Engagement
May 7, 2013
The National Ramah Commission is pleased to announce that Dana Levinson has been named Assistant Director of Reshet Ramah: Alumni and Community Engagement. Later this month, Dana will receive her master's degree in Jewish Experiential Education from the William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education of The Jewish Theological Seminary. While at The Davidson School, Dana was a member of the first-year cohort of the new MA Experiential Education track and the pilot semester-in-Israel program, Kesher Hadash.
In recognition of her work in developing the new Ramah365 mobile app, Dana was named a winner of the 2012 Jewish Futures Competition, along with Rabbi Ami Hersh. During this past academic year, she served as a graduate intern at the Covenant Foundation. Dana worked for eight summers at Ramah Day Camp in Nyack, most recently as a rosh edah (division head). Previously, Dana was a teaching fellow at the American Hebrew Academy in Greensboro, North Carolina. She is a graduate of McGill University.
As Assistant Director of Reshet Ramah, Dana will be working with Reshet Ramah Director Rich Moline to strengthen alumni engagement at each Ramah camp. She will also concentrate on social media efforts and Reshet Ramah programming across North America. Dana's enthusiasm for Ramah, along with her dynamic personality and creativity, will help us reach more alumni in innovative and substantive ways. We are delighted that she is joining our team.
Reshet Ramah is supported by generous grants from the Maimonides Fund and The AVI CHAI Foundation.