Services for Organizations
Designing Inspiring Experiences
M² translates your organization’s educational challenges into opportunities for innovation, transformation, and excellence.
Meet Our Clients
We’ve helped dozens of organizations create and implement educational change. Here are some of our clients:
Meet Our Faculty
Our experienced and innovative faculty will support and guide your organization through its unique challenges.
Senior Program Director, Cohorts And Fellowships, M²
Mollie has over 10 years of experience teaching in a variety of Jewish educational settings – from formal classroom teaching to nature education, theatre education to collaborative philanthropy education. She enjoys being in the field as well as building programs and trainings to support others. Mollie holds a double Masters in Midrash and Jewish Experiential Education from the Jewish Theological Seminar, a BA in Religion from Bard College and is a graduate of M²’s Senior Educators Cohort. She lives in Brooklyn, NY with her husband and daughter. Mollie can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program Director, Consulting Services, M²
Bryan Oren is a seasoned teacher, curriculum developer, and education consultant. Previously, Bryan worked at Facing History and Ourselves, where he led the Jewish Education Program’s work on race and equity in Jewish settings. As a Dorot Fellow in 2017, Bryan studied Mizrahi piyyutim and representation in Israeli history curricula. For the first six years of his career, Bryan was a music teacher in low-income communities of color. Currently, Bryan is a PhD student in Education at the University of Haifa. In his free time, Bryan plays jazz saxophone and pickup basketball. Bryan lives in Jerusalem with his wife and daughter.
Vice President, Strategy and Partnerships, M²
Clare Goldwater is a Jewish educator and leadership coach with expertise in professional and organizational development and experiential education. Working in close partnership with a wide range of organizations, Clare oversees the development, dissemination of M²’s approach and ideas about experiential Jewish education, through consulting projects to Jewish organizations, publications, curricula materials, and more. Clare has a BA in English Literature from Oxford University, an MA in Jewish Education from Hebrew University, and a Certificate in Leadership Coaching from Georgetown University. She also holds passports from those three countries and lives in Jerusalem with her family.
As the CEO of M², Shuki helps provide educators and organizations in Israel, North America, and Europe with knowledge, tools, and skills to advance the theory and practice of experiential Jewish education. Previously, Shuki served as director of Service Learning and Experiential Education at Yeshiva University, where he founded the Certificate Program in Experiential Jewish Education and a range of programs mobilizing college students to serve underprivileged communities worldwide. A Schusterman Fellow, Shuki studied Jewish philosophy, education, and scriptwriting.
Associate Rabbi, Temple Sinai of Roslyn
Rabbi Ilana Schachter serves as Associate Rabbi at Temple Sinai of Roslyn. She was ordained as a rabbi by the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, where she also received an MA in Hebrew Letters and received her AB With Honors in Comparative Literature and Judaic Studies from Brown University. In addition to serving as adjunct faculty for various M² programs, Ilana is a graduate of M² Senior Educators Cohort and M² Relational Engagement Circle. Ilana lives with her husband, John, and their two children, Jacob and Aviva.
Founder & Chief Experience Officer, Coriphery Holistic Consulting Solutions
Tamara is the Founder & Chief Experience Officer of Coriphery Holistic Consulting Solutions. A strategic thought-partner and facilitator to Jewish organizations, she advises senior leadership on project optimization, reimagining priorities and designing transformative experiences. Tamara is most passionate about developing strategic learning spaces, bringing them to life and assessing their impact for scale. Engaging thousands in exploring Jewish identity, Tamara trains leaders to be peer-educators and consults on strategy and engagement. Serving in formal, experiential and informal settings for over 20 years, Tamara has worked closely with Jewish day and supplemental schools, youth movements, synagogues, summer camps, Hillels, federations and foundations.