Shoshana Dweck, VP of Advocacy, Temple Sinai, Stamford, CT

Shoshana Dweck
Vice President, Advocacy
Women of Reform Judaism

Shoshana Dweck is WRJ Vice President of Advocacy. A recovering lawyer and engineer, she served as sisterhood president of Temple Shaaray Tefila in Bedford Corners, New York, and on the WRJ then-District 3 Board. She is immediate past-Chair of the New York Says Thank You Foundation and its healing arts work. Long a part of the Israel/Zionism leadership of the Reform Movement, Shoshana was Vice President of ARZA and is now a member of the ARZENU Board and part of the Israel Leadership Network. Shoshana represents our Movement on the JNF Zionist Advisory Board of Governors and as a member of the AZM Board. A past Federation President and Interim Executive, Shoshana was Vice-Chair of United Israel Appeal, and serves on the Jewish Agency for Israel North America Advisory Council. Shoshana is the proud mom of James, Joshua, and Gabriel, two cats, and two grand-kitties.

WRJ: A Catalyst of Innovation and Progress

Sara B. Charney
Shoshana Dweck, VP of Advocacy, Temple Sinai, Stamford, CT

There is no sugar coating what is happening now in the United States regarding abortion rights and access, as well as in other areas of bodily integrity and rights.

Parashah Acharei Mot-K'doshim

Shoshana Dweck, VP of Advocacy, Temple Sinai, Stamford, CT
Come with me for a moment to the Southern Wall and the Hulda Gates. It is one of my favorite places in Jerusalem, just around the corner from the Western Wall. Stones block the gates now, but I like to imagine throngs of Jewish pilgrims climbing the stairs to enter the Temple Mount. The people mostly walked in one direction together through the gates. But it is the folks who walked the wrong way around who are the reason this spot touches my heart.