Leah Singerman, Interim Limmud Teacher

Leah Singerman (grades 2, 3, 4) (she/her) is teaching  for her 5th year as part of the Limmud community. Over these years, she has focused on Torah stories, Jewish values and traditions, and prayer with students, with the goal of helping them to understand their own Jewish identities.

Leah studied psychology and film at USC, and recently earned her MA in American Studies from Columbia. Leah has worked in and around education as a teacher, tutor, mentor, and nonprofit manager for her entire career. 

She hails from Austin, Texas, and is grateful to have found CBST almost immediately after moving to New York. 

When Leah isn’t teaching Limmud, she teaches high school English, and she can be found running in Central Park or playing saxophone in NYC’s Lesbian and Gay Big Apple Corps Marching Band!

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