Marcey Wagner, Director of Education and Jewish Learning | Our Director
Director of Education and Jewish Learning | Bet Am Shalom - A Reconstructionist Synagogue, White Plains, NY
is a co-author of Project Etgar: A Middle School Curriculum for Conservative Supplementary Schools
developed for United Synagogue and the Melton Research Center
spent many years as a Mentor and Teacher in the Teacher Training Institute at SAJES
(Suffolk Association of Jewish Educational Services), and has consulted extensively to the UJA, Board of Jewish Education
, SAJES and the Jewish Theological Seminary
on various educational topics.
has taught children of all ages, adults, teachers and trained public and private school educators in a unique method of instruction (4MAT) that accommodates diverse learning styles.
also has extensive experience with informal Jewish camping, as Rosh Drama for five years at Camp Ramah in the Berkshires.
After earning a B.A. from SUNY Binghamton and an M.A. from the University of Virginia, both in Anthropology, Marcey was invested as a Hazzan, earning a Masters in Sacred Music, with a concentration in Jewish Education, from the Jewish Theological Seminary.
She has participated in numerous programs of the Whizin Institute of Family Education at the University of Judaism, and has been an active member and leader in the Cantors' Assembly.