T H E E V A K R A M E R M E M O R I A L J E W I S H E T H I C S S E R I E S
Held in 2 Locations
Tuesday, June 5, 12:30-1:30PM: Elkins Park Train Station Meeting Room, 7876 Spring Ave.
Thursday, June 7, 12:30-1:30PM: 2 Penn Ctr, 1500 JFK Blvd, 3rd Flr Meeting Room
Approved for 1-Hr Ethics I Cost: $30 for CLE or $15 non-CLE (includes lunch)
Rabbi Alexander Coleman is the founding director of the Institute for Jewish Ethics as well as a Judaica educator and psychotherapist in private practice. For over 20 years he has been teaching and guiding people of all walks of life in Jewish thought, ethics and personal development through seminars, classes and one-on-one guidance and is known for his lucid and embracing approach to shedding light on the complexities of life issues. Born and raised in Liverpool, England, he received his education and ordination from Yeshiva Chaim Berlin in New York and his training as an individual, marriage and family therapist from the Council for Relationships in Philadelphia.
Eva Kramer (Chava bat Baruch, 1930-1989) was a paragon of Jewish ethics and goodness with a lifelong commitment to Jewish education. Her values live on through her family, friends and educational programs at synagogues - and now at the Institute for Jewish Ethics.