Rebecca Good earned her bachelor’s from Agnes Scott College, and her master of Jewish Education from Hebrew College.
“My day-to-day is very dynamic, which I love! On any given day, my activities can range from writing curriculum, tutoring Hebrew, advancing teacher education and implementation of SEL (social-emotional learning), to song sessions and planning tefillot with our music and tefillah specialist,” she said.
“When I’m not at work, I spend time with my family and close friends. Also, as an avid animal lover, I make sure my Havanese, Mink, lives her best life which means car rides, park walks, and short hikes. The causes that I am currently most connected to are the Anti-Defamation League, working on the board of Hillels of Georgia, and American Jewish Committee.
“I am most proud of my students, past and present; watching them grow as young leaders and living Torah every day. Being recognized means a great deal to me. I am honored and humbled to learn from and with so many amazing educators and clergy in the Atlanta Jewish community.”