comes to Farber from Berman Hebrew Academy in Greater Washington, D.C., where she taught Tanakh and Talmud and chaired the Tanakh department for many years. She has trained as a mentor through the Jewish New Teacher Project and has mentored many teachers both inside and outside of her department. She has been recognized for her achievements with the Grinspoon – Steinhardt Award for Excellence in Jewish Education. Mrs. Kosowsky brings to Farber an evident passion for teaching, a profound commitment to Jewish education, a reputation for supporting both teachers and students, and a deep sense of what it means to live a Jewish life.
Mrs. Kosowsky earned her B.A. in Philosophy from Barnard College, and her M.A. in Jewish Thought from Baltimore Hebrew University. She studied as part of the Scholars Circle at the Drisha Institute for Jewish Education and has participated in numerous training programs at Herzog College (part of Yeshivat Har Etzion), the Lookstein Center and Pardes.