The Well's founding director, Rabbi Dan Horwitz, believes deeply in the value and power of community, and that Judaism should above all add meaning to our lives and be a source of joy! Committed to lifelong learning, he holds three masters degrees and a law degree in addition to rabbinic ordination. Rabbi Dan is committed to creating radically welcoming environments and connecting with individuals and families wherever they may be on their journeys.
For more information, check out his personal website: www.rabbidanh.com
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Avery is a graduate of the Jewish Communal Leadership Program at the University of Michigan School of Social Work, as well as an alum of Avodah: The Jewish Service Corps. She is passionate about Jewish community building, social justice, and matzah ball soup! Avery is looking forward to connecting people to everything The Well has to offer and supporting them in building Jewish community!
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Brandon is most interested in guiding individuals towards conscious, fulfilling lives, and enjoys merging the teachings of Judaism, psychology, and philosophy to do so. Brandon earned his Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan and his Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology from Hofstra University. He works as a Meditation Coach through WiseMindGentleSoul and spends time as a Jewish songleader. Brandon is dedicated to implementing Jewish programming that empowers others to develop a personal awareness of what Judaism means to them in their own lives.
To learn more about Brandon's meditation work, visit www.wisemindgentlesoul.com.
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Marisa is a recent graduate of Michigan State University where she studied psychology, women's & gender studies, and religious studies. When she's not at work with The Well, she's working on her Master's in Clinical Social Work, and hopes to eventually build a career in family therapy. Marisa is excited to jump into the world of Jewish community building, and in between baking cupcakes and looking at cute animals on Instagram, she'd love to connect over coffee!
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Mimi Marcus, a passionate community builder and Jewish engager is excited to spend each and every day strengthening and supporting Jewish community through her work at The Well. A graduate of Saginaw Valley State University and current student in the Masters of Jewish Professional Studies program at the Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership, Mimi joins The Well after four years as the Director of Engagement at Hillel at Michigan State University. In her free time, Mimi enjoys hammocking, trying new flavors of kombucha and hot yoga.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to grab a coffee with Mimi!