Emilia Diamant, is the National Program Director at Avodah, and an educator, social worker, facilitator who has taught on power and justice, whiteness, pop culture, feminism, and the arts for 15 years. Most recently, Emilia has worked with Dimensions Educational Consulting as the co-facilitator of the Jews of Color & Allies cohort, focusing on helping white women lead on racial equity and build meaningful cross-racial relationships that center Black women.

She was a JOIN for Justice Organizing Fellow in 2012-2013 and is also a proud first-generation member of Tzedek Lab, a national multiracial network of political education trainers, organizers, spiritual leaders, cultural workers, and allies established to build liberation practice. Emilia earned a degree in Informal Urban Education from New York University and a Master’s in Social Work from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Outside of work, she prides herself on being a Beyhive member, a Bostonian, and a dog lover.

Rabbi Avi Orlow is an educator with a great love of irreverent, relevant, and revealing Torah. Avi is currently the Director of Jewish Education at the Foundation for Jewish Camp. He has held numerous positions as a camp educator and a Hillel Rabbi and spent an unforgettable stint running youth programming in Minsk, Belarus. Avi has a BA in religious studies from Columbia University and was ordained in the charter class of Yeshivat Chovevei Torah, the open Orthodox rabbinical school. Avi lives in White Plains with his wife, Cantor Adina Frydman, and their children, Yadid, Yishama, Emunah, and Libi. He blogs religiously at saidtomyself.com

Rabbi Stacey Rigler, RJE is the Executive Director of the Association of Reform Jewish Educators.  A lifelong learner, Stacy is passionate about inspiring excellence, advancing the field of Jewish education, and supporting fellow educators and students.

Stacy has worked in Jewish Education at the Foundation for Jewish Camp and URJ Camp Harlam. She served as Rabbi Educator for 17 years at Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel in Elkins Park, PA. Stacy is on the volunteer leadership team of RAC-PA and #Onward Hebrew and serves on the URJ Camp Harlam Camp Council.  She received her MAJE and Rabbinic ordination from HUC-JIR and her undergraduate degree from Emory University.

Stacy lives in suburban Philadelphia with her husband, Rabbi Peter Rigler and their three children.  When not at work Stacy loves to exercise, travel, and enjoy amazing pescatarian food.

Stefan Teodosic has worked for 25+ years leading organizations, designing strategies, managing cultural change and building teams. He has deep experience in consulting and executive coaching, as well as facilitating groups of professional and lay leaders. He spent almost 2 decades as an Executive Director in the Jewish residential camping space. Prior, he spent several years working in strategic financial services at American Express. He has worked with numerous organizations including camps, associations, Federations, day schools, congregations, foundations, arts organizations and social service agencies. Stefan currently serves as an Executive Board member of Moishe House, a board member of Tamarack Camps and a lay leader for JUF. He is also a Professor of Management, Applied Wisdom for Leaders and Communications at Spertus Hebrew Union College and Gratz College.

Stefan is at his best when he is helping people help people. He believes that every project is about engaging and empowering the right stakeholders and building trusting relationships. With this foundation firmly in place, he facilitates a values-driven process and delivers actionable plans that are owned by the organization. Delighting clients is what Stefan does best by understanding needs, meeting them in the most positive way and exceeding expectations.