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Meet The Team


Rebecca Greenspan

P2G Domestic Consortium


Jewish Federation of
Florida’s Gulf Coast

Becca has a background in both Jewish and special education and has spent the last few years working at a synagogue in NYC developing curriculum and family programming. In addition to her role as P2G Coordinator, Becca also teaches Jewish Studies part-time and runs the PJ Library and outreach program for the Jewish Federation of Florida’s Gulf Coast.

When Becca is not working, she can be found exploring the new restaurant scene, cheering on the Wisconsin Badgers, and exploring the beaches and parks with her husband and two dogs. 


Jewish Federation & Jewish Foundation of Nashville and Middle Tennessee

Jewish Federation and Jewish Foundation of Nashville & Middle Tennessee is the central voluntary communal organization of the Jewish community. Through its fund-raising, planning and community relations efforts, either independently or in partnership with other Jewish organizations, the Federation works to promote the general welfare, viability and cohesiveness of the Jewish community of Nashville and Middle Tennessee and to ensure the continuity of the Jewish people locally, in Israel and around the world.


Erin Boynton

Director of Planning and

Director of Community Initiatives and Engagement

Charleston Jewish Federation

Erin lives in Charleston, SC, with her husband and adorable cat, Freya! She loves cooking, board games and travel. Partnership2Gether is so special to her- and was even the impetus for a career change from teaching to Jewish professional work. To Erin - P2G means friends for life. 


Maya Shoham


P2G Hadera-Eiron 

Maya lives in Pardes-Hanna with her husbend, Oren, and their 5 children.

Maya’s professional career combines administrative-management positions in social areas. Within this framework she worked with special needs populations, youth at risk and in the last decade as coordinator of programs and missions in the "Partnership2Gether" of the Jewish Agency, responsible for promoting interactions, bridges, cultural gaps and different interest and expectations and try to find ways to stress and channel the common denominators between our communities into living bridge programs. 


Shimrit Orgal

Programs Coordinator

P2G Hadera-Eiron 

Married to Nitzan and mother of 3, Shimrit lives in Pardes-Hanna Karkur. After being a summer Shlicha in Richmond, VA, more than 20 years ago, Shimrit returned to P2G as Programs Coordinator and quicly felt home with friends and family in Israel and in our Jewish communities. In her spare time Shimrit volunteers in an organization for disabled IDF veterans and children with special needs. Most of the time you can find her hiking or canyoning with her family.  

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Sophie Peer

Educational Coordinator

P2G Hadera-Eiron 

Sophie lives in Pardes-Hanna where she was born and raised. Her background is in English education, and she has experience creating educational content. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, baking, and listening to podcasts.


Victoria Grande

Operations Coordinator

P2G Hadera-Eiron 

Victoria lives in Tzur Yitzhak, married to Michael and a mother of 2 girls. Started her path at the Jewish Agency in 2009 as a Coordinator at the "Youth Futures" program. Joined the Partnerships' family at 2018 and discovered a wonderful new world of people-to-people connections across the sea. When she is not doing her magic at the P2G, Victoria is a Judaica artist, designing and creating at her home based studio

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Jill Metlin

Israel and Overseas Coordinator

Jewish Federation & Foundation of Northeast Florida

Jill Metlin comes to us with an extensive background in health and social services. Jill is a long-time volunteer in several Jewish communities and has been to Israel five times.  On her many missions to Israel, Jill has fallen in love with the country and is excited to continue to build living bridges between Jacksonville and Eretz Yisrael.  

Jill’s professional background is health and social services management. Her volunteer work has included Young Leadership Division in South Florida, and in Jacksonville, Jill has been on the board of the LJD Jewish Family & Community Services, Temple Ahavath Chesed and the Jewish Federation & Foundation of Northeast Florida. Additionally, she chaired this Jewish Federation’s Healers Society for four years. 

Jill has been married to Paul for almost 20 years and has two adult stepsons and five grandchildren.

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Rabbi Eli Sneiderman 

Director of Jewish Community Relations

Greensboro Jewish Federation

Rabbi Dr. Eliezer Sneiderman Is the former Dean of Jewish Studies at the American Hebrew Academy. Before coming to AHA, Rabbi Sneiderman was the campus rabbi at the University of Delaware. While at Delaware, Rabbi Sneiderman was a founding member of the University Religious Leaders Organization and an adjunct Professor of Philosophy. He also taught at Gratz Hebrew High School and the Adult Education program at the Delaware Valley JCC. Rabbi Sneiderman ran one of the most successful Taglit Birthright programs in the country and has personally led 30 trips to Israel. Connecting people to Israel is one of his life's passions. 


Sara Rosenbaum

Director of Community Impact and Planning

Jewish Community Federation of Richmond

Sara is from Richmond, VA. She loves musical theater and spending time outdoors with friends.

Partnership means family to her: "even though we are on different sides of the world, we are all family with a same love of Israel and Jewish community".

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Marc Forman

Chairman of

Jewish Knoxville P2G Committee

Knoxville Jewish Alliance

Marc is married to Susan for 30 years and have 2 grown sons. He attended the first teacher Exchange in 2008 or 2009.  Retired as a public school teacher in October of 2013 and now teach English as a Second Language (ESL) online to children in China.

Marc enjoys the outdoors and spending time with his dogs and cats


Noah Goldman

Israel & Global Jewry Associate

 Jewish Federation of Greater Charlotte

The Jewish Federation touches more Jewish lives than any other organization on the planet. Being part of Federation means being part of a global network — part of a PEOPLE — that makes it possible to provide lifesaving humanitarian relief and sustain Jewish community for generations to come in greater Charlotte and around the world. Our extensive network and expertise allow us to mobilize instantaneously in times of crisis in ways no other organization can. No matter where your passions lie or where you are on your own Jewish journey, YOU can make an impact through the Jewish Federation.


Tereza Kotlarikova

Project Manager

Federation of Jewish Communities

in the Czech Republic

Tereza was born and raised in Czech Republic. She holds a nursing degree and worked in the medical and paramedic fields. Later on she coordinated various social projects. She is also an expat who lived in the Washington, D.C. area for 10 years. She is married and the mother of two children, Ester and Matyas.

She has worked at the Federation since 2018 however she has been volunteering in the Jewish community for many years. 

P2G is for her to create sustainable and meaningful relationships with colleagues and friends, to create a triangle connecting American, Israeli and European Jewry.


Ann Treadwell

P2G Program Director

Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga

Ann lives on the edge of the Chattahoochee National Forest with her family, dogs and lots of woodland creatures. She is a sculptor by training, and use those skills to create environments for people, whether as art or as places for people to have conversations.

Partnership is an important way for her to build her relationship to Israel.

It’s all about the people.

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Debbie Sanford

Program Director

Jewish Federation of

Lee & Charlotte County

Debbie is originally from New York and currently resides in Southwest Florida.  She has a son, Ian, at USF in Tampa and lives at home with her significant other Lee and his daughter MacKenzi.  When Debbie is not on her boat, she enjoys reading, the beach and making jewelry.

For Debbie, the Partnership is the ultimate way she and her community are able to stay connected to Israel, meet new people and learn the culture. 

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