Farrah Udell’s work in Jewish education taps into ancient Jewish texts to access universal wisdom about the human condition. A balanced mix of tradition and contemporary, she utilizes text study, technology, experiential learning, and creativity to help students integrate Jewish values and wisdom into their daily life. Her teaching specialties include Tanakh, Israel, leadership, tzedakah, social justice, and social entrepreneurship.
Farrah Udell is a strategic thinker with over a decade of education and engagement experience. Farrah has worked with Conservative and Reform congregations, religious schools, and youth groups, Hillels, camps, and Rosh Hodesh: It’s a girl thing! An alumna of the Wexner Graduate Fellowship, Farrah received her Masters of Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis and studied in the Year Program at the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem. She graduated with Honors from the University of Arizona with a BA in Political Science and Judaic Studies and a Certificate in Middle Eastern Studies.