Our Team


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Pedro Andaverez


Rabbi Beraha

Josh Beraha

Associate Rabbi

Sarah Brown

Director of Communications & Strategic Initiatives

Stephanie Crawley

Associate Rabbi

Jeannelle D’Isa

Director of Membership Engagement/Chief Relationship Officer

Mckinley Edelman

Assistant Director of Education, Teens & Young Families

Samantha Frank

Rabbinic Fellow

Alison Litvin

Assistant Director of Education - Machon Micah

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Katharine Livingston

Office Coordinator

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Santos Miguel

Building Coordinator & Custodian

Sara Pettingill

Sara Pettingill

Finance & Administrative Assistant

Healy Slakman

Healy Shir Slakman

Assistant Rabbi & Director of Spiritual Arts

Sharon Tash

Education Director

Rhiannon Walsh


Beth Werlin

Executive Director

Daniel Zemel


Board of Directors

President Rielle Miller Gabriel – president@templemicah.org
Vice President Roberta Aronson – vicepresident@templemicah.org
Treasurer Benjamin Mark Moss – treasurer@templemicah.org
Secretary Dorian Friedman – secretary@templemicah.org 
  • Mark Blumenthal
  • Jamie Gardner
  • Brent Goldfarb
  • Sunny Kaplan
  • Debra Kurshan
  • Lauren Laitin
  • Susannah Nadler
  • Jennifer Oko
  • Erica Perl
  • Noel Salinger
  • David Wentworth

Past Board Presidents

  • Joshua Berman
  • Marcia Silcox
  • Ed Lazere
  • Jodi Enda
  • Mary Beth Schiffman
  • Larry Cooley
  • Bill Nussbaum
  • Betsy Broder
  • Jonah Gitlitz, z”l
  • Paul Greenberg
  • Peggy Banks
  • Cecelia Weinheimer
  • Bobbie Wendel
  • Jessica Silver
  • Kathryn Grausz, z”l
  • Jay Grusin
  • Richard Futrovsky, z”l
  • Vivian Liebenau, z”l
  • Nancy Elisburg
  • Jerry Liebenau, z”l
  • Celia Futrovsky Shapiro
  • Aaron Altschul, z”l
  • Mel Goldberg
  • Bayla White
  • Sid Booth
  • Sheldon Tromberg, z”l
  • Stanley Siegal
  • Theodor Schuchat, z”l

Remote Work Colleagues

Join Our Team

Assistant Technical Producer


Temple Micah, a vibrant and creative Reform congregation of over 600 families in Washington, DC, is seeking to hire and train several Assistant Technical Producers. The Assistant Technical Producers work with the Technical Producer to produce a meaningful and communal online worship experience. This is a part-time position, with regular shifts available on Friday evenings (between 5:30 and 7:30pm) and Saturday mornings (between 9am and 12pm). Occasional shifts will be available for other online services, such as community events, holidays, and memorial services. 


Training and start dates will be conducted on a rolling basis.


Office Coordinator


  • Learn and practice the two primary roles involved in producing Temple Micah’s services:  video/livestream management and Zoom room management.  
    • Training will take place over the course of a few weeks and will include approximately three one-hour meetings and approximately three services, during which the assistants will shadow and then practice the production skills. 
  • Agree to take on the assigned production role approximately two to three services each month (more or fewer services may be mutually agreed upon)
  • Review the technology instructions and service program in advance of the service
  • Log in at the specified time
  • If working remotely, the assistant must have a computer with strong internet connection and a recently updated version of Zoom.


  • General experience using computers, managing online meetings and/or broadcast software
  • Experience with audio/visual technology or creating digital media 
  • IT support experience is considered a plus


  • Strong attention to detail
  • Ability to work collaboratively with another producer
  • Strong work ethic and integrity
  • Motivation and willingness to learn
  • Punctuality


  • Assistants will be paid $16.10/hour, including for training sessions
  • Students may apply to volunteer for this role to earn community service hours


Applicants should email info@templemicah.org to express their interest and share their general weekly availability for this semester. 


Temple Micah seeks diversity, equity, and inclusion in its staff. We invite applicants with diverse backgrounds, identities, and skills, including, but not limited to, race, ethnicity, religious denominations, gender, sexuality, ability, and neurodiversity.

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