Tamar Roig

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Tamar Roig, originally from an Orthodox home, is the director of partnership development at the IMPJ, where she learns new things about Reform Judaism every day. Tamar, a mother of three, is also a doula who supports mothers before, during, and after birth - which she describes as a sacred experience like no other.

Refugees Building New Lives in Israel

Tamar Roig
January 24, 2023

On February 24, 2022, rabbinical student Miriam Klimova and the Reform Jewish community of Israel, together with the rest of the world, were shocked by the outbreak of war between Ukraine and Russia. This wasn’t any war, but a battle that hit close to home for

Sharing Our Stories: How Judaism Influences My Work and My Life

Tamar Roig
November 17, 2019
Growing up in the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community of London, I’d always experienced Judaism as a fusion of confusing rules, with a side dish of heart-warming traditions and melodies. In Beis Ya’akov, the Haredi all-girls elementary school I attended with my sisters, we were taught to be meek, to blend in, to respect our elders – especially men, and to learn Torah in a deep and interesting fashion. Individual opinions were not valued.