Gloria works with educational professionals and lay leaders to integrate innovative practices and initiatives into Jewish communal life and learning. This includes cutting-edge instructional practices and technology usage. Currently, Gloria teaches in the Rimon program (4th and 5th grades and Academy program 7th – 10th grades) at Temple Sholom in Broomall. She is also an instructor of education at Gratz College, teaching online courses to MA and EdD students. A Jewish educator since 1980, she worked as a synagogue educational director for 13 years before joining Jewish Learning Venture. She holds a B.A. in accounting from Muhlenberg College, an M.A. in Jewish Education (teaching and supervision) from Gratz College, and an Ed.D. in Instructional Leadership K-12 from Argosy University. Gloria’s areas of specialty include instructional design, curriculum design, school management, teacher training, and learning technology. Gloria is a PQAS certified instructor and is working with professionals in Early Childhood settings in the area of learning technologies.