Tali Adler

Tali Adler, originally from Cedarhurst, NY, Tali graduated summa cum laude from Stern College for Women, where she double majored in political science and Jewish studies and completed a senior thesis entitled “Blood, Margins, and Danger: Menstrual Purity Laws and Spanish Crypto-Jewish Women in Early Modern Spain”, for which she won the departmental award for excellence in Jewish history. At Stern, Tali was the Opinions editor for The Observer, the official Stern College for Women newspaper, a tutor in the writing center, and co-founder of The Beacon, an student-run publication. Tali has studied in a number of Jewish settings, including Midreshet Harova, Drisha, and Yeshivat Hadar, and has worked as a Jewish educator at BBYO, where she designed and taught a three week class on Jewish theology entitled “God Talk,” and the Jewish Journey Project, where she teaches a Jewish debate class. Tali lives in Washington Heights where she runs Kol B’Rama, a monthly partnership minyan.