Noa Albaum has spent the past decade working in the field of Jewish education and Jewish experiences. She currently serves as the program coordinator for the Jewish Community Library in San Francisco and as director of volunteer engagement for RUACH: Emotional and Spiritual Support. Noa holds a B.A. in English literature and Near Eastern and Judaic Studies from Brandeis University and is an alumna of the year fellowship at Yeshivat Hadar. She has also studied at the Drisha Institute, the Tikvah Center, and the Graduate Theological Union. Noa and her spouse, Ben Kramarz, helped found and host the Berkeley Kollel. In her spare time, Noa enjoys hiking, making use of libraries, and playing the cello.
This miniseries will explore how entitlement complicates Jewish life in three key areas: birth order, gender, and inheritance; leadership and ordination; and judging others meritoriously (giving the benefit of the doubt).