Joining the JFCS Holocaust Center in 2022 as the Associate Director, Becky brings educational and operational expertise to the team. She is passionate about expanding the work of the JFCS Holocaust Center – and advancing Holocaust and genocide education throughout the state of California – as an important response to rising acts of antisemitism, racism, and hate. Deeply steeped in schools, systemic change, and the needs of students and teachers, Becky brings a strong practitioner and systems-awareness lens to her work which guides her approach to providing operational and strategic leadership. Becky has served as a leader in education for more than twenty years as an English teacher, school administrator, and in the nonprofit sector, most recently with PBLWorks where she coached school leaders to equitably implement and scale project based learning and managed one of the premier professional development consulting teams in the country. A graduate of University of California at Berkeley, Becky holds a Masters of Education from Stanford University, with credentials in Education Leadership and Secondary Teaching.