Often overlooked in the our practices as managers, program designers and leaders is the processes of how we learn from experiences. Utilizing the David Kolb Learning Cycle, this seminar exposes participants to the theory and practice of this approach, and provides them with practical tools for facilitating supporting staff and participants in growth. This will be a hands on and collaborative seminar.
Heather Wolfson is the Chief Operating Officer at M²: The Institute for Experiential Jewish Education. She’s worked in the Jewish communal field for nearly 15 years, including most recently as the Chief Program Officer for the Jewish Federation of San Diego County. Heather holds an MBA in Management from Loyola Marymount University, undergraduate degrees from the University of Arizona in Journalism and Communication, and a certificate in Experiential Jewish Education. She lives in San Diego with her husband and two sons.
M² is dedicated to advancing experiential Jewish education – a field dedicated to the development of individual and communal Jewish identity and agency. More information can be found at ieje.org.