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Judy Beck
For ten years, Judy was the Director of the Center for Jewish Family Education at the Jewish Education Association of MetroWest. She was the initiator and project director for CONNECTIONS a program for unaffiliated Jewish families sponsored by the Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture. At present Judy is the Director of the Synagogue Leadership Initiative at the Federation of Bergen County and North Hudson. She is the mother of Suzy, Jonathan and Marnee, Mother-in-law of Brian and Grandmother of Haley and Josh.

Dianne Cohler-Esses
A graduate of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Dianne is currently North American Director for the Samuel Bronfman Youth Fellowship Program. As author of the original Mishpacha curriculum and facilitator for the first two private Mishpacha virtual communities, Dianne was central to the evolution of Mishpacha.

Amy Grossblatt Pessah
Amy graduated from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion with a Master's Degree in Jewish Education. She served as the Pearlstone Director of Jewish Family Education at the Center for Jewish Education in Baltimore for the past three years. Amy, her husband and their son recently relocated to Florida.

Eve Newman
Book editor, teacher and mother of three, Eve is currently senior editor of the Jewish Communication Network Web site.

Larry Yudelson
Larry graduated from Yeshiva University. He worked for 10 years as an award-winning journalist for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency and other Jewish periodicals before beginning Internet work as a founding editor of the Jewish Communication Network.He is currently president of YudelCom Communications, an Internet consultancy.

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