CoffeeEdJewCator

Caffeine and Jewish Learning just go together

About Me..

Donald Cohen is Education Director at Tiferet Bet Israel in beautiful Blue Bell, PA (suburban Philadelphia). He has been in Jewish education for the past 17 years having previously been Education Director at synagogues in Philadelphia, Chicago and Long Island. Before changing careers, he was an advertising and promotion maven in radio and TV. He holds a B.A. in Psychology from Michigan State University and Masters degrees in Jewish Education and Jewish Studies from Gratz College in Melrose Park, PA. In addition to his lovely wife, Deborah, he loves his mini-schnauzer, Sophie; everything about the state of Hawaii; and is passionate about finding and tasting good coffees (see some of the Cool Links for these). He is a native Detroiter and still holds a place dear in his heart for this year’s Stanley Cup champion, Detroit Red Wings!

5 Comments »

  1. Mazel-tov on your blog!

    Comment by Rick | August 15, 2008

  2. Yasher Koach!

    Comment by Susan Kasper | August 18, 2008

  3. Caffiene and Jewish Learning ABSOLUTELY go together- especially on Sunday morning! You know you have a problem when your venti black coffee starts to look small…

    Comment by Hilary Yohlin | August 19, 2008

  4. Donald–
    The girls and I think it is great that you love education and coffee! See you soon…
    Marci, Sami, and Mollie

    Comment by Marci Blum | August 21, 2008

  5. Donald-
    Welcome to the “Blogosphere”
    It looks great from here. Mazel ToV!

    Comment by Donna Strassburg | August 24, 2008


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