Who we Are

Welcome to M²

M² helps educators and organizations design compelling educational experiences that help their learners find meaning and relevance in Jewish life.

OUR VISION

M²’s vision is for Jewish education to be the foundation for deep engagement with a diverse, meaningful, compelling, and vibrant Jewish life.

OUR mission

M²’s mission is to promote a proud and inspired community of Jewish educators who enable their learners to find meaning and relevance in Jewish life.

OUR NAME

M² represents Machshava and Ma’aseh – Intention and Action – two values whose interplay is at the core of Jewish life. At M², we believe that these values are the foundations of experiential Jewish education.

Our Impact

2101

educators trained

32

COHORTS AND FELLOWSHIPS

38

COUNTRIES AND STATES

358

ORGANIZATIONS REPRESENTED

Our People

Steve Shulman

Board Member

Shuki Taylor

Chief Executive Officer and Founder

The Artist

“Transformation begins with a vision and a purpose.”

Rena Schweitzer

Finance and Operations Associate

The Adventurer

“Creative activation leads to joyful empowerment.”

Oshrat Slama Grozman

Director, Marketing and Communications

The Maker

“Curiosity and creativity are key to endless inspiration.”

Or Mars

Chair of the Board

No’a Gorlin

Chief Operating Officer

The Producer

“Focused action can lead to beautiful results.”

Join Our Team

Like what Apple is to a Phone, Spiderman to Marvel, Scooters to Tel Aviv, or Hot Chocolate to a Rainy Day, M² is to Jewish Education.
If you would include the words passionate, innovative, joyful, diverse, or creative in your bio, your place might be with us.

News & Media

February, 2022

THE M² EXPERIENCE | FEBRUARY 2022

Seminars in Israel and Chicago I Mollie Andron’s re-emergence of in-person programming op-ed I New team members I Alumni work I Purim resources | and more...
July, 2020

Relationships at the Center: Practitioner Research on Relational Engagement

February, 2022

THE M² EXPERIENCE | FEBRUARY 2022

May 12, 2021
| eJewish Philanthropy

How to read the giving of the Torah like an experiential educator

February 16, 2022

The dance between sea and land