Group facilitator, independent scholar, experienced educator, trainer and administrator. Working primarily with issues around trauma, identity and ethics to explore healing through dialogue, relationship, lived experiences.
Hebrew and Social Anthropology 2:1 (Hons) (GPA 3.35)
*Including one year spent at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Dissertation topic - Empathy, dialogue, morality
Merit overall with Distinction on some papers (US equivalent - GPA 3.0)
Only MA student to present at yearly departmental study weekend which included eminent Oxford Philosophers
An intensive year course which provides graduates with the equivalent of an undergraduate degree in Law.
Fully accredited UK teacher, qualified to work in any secondary school to teach any subject, specialism - Religious Education (Training: TeachFirst, Summer 2004. QTS: University of Gloucestershire, Aug 2010. Induction completed July 2011)
In the process of transferring UK accreditation to a California accreditation.
Nov 2015 - (Dis)Junctions: Strange Bedfellows University of California, Riverside Paper presented - Empathy, Morality and Radical Alterity: A Levinasian Critique
July 2015 - European Philosophical Society for the Study of the Emotions: 2nd Annual Conference University of Edinburgh Paper presented - Possibilities of the Face-to-Face as an Empathic Relation: Levinas and the Empathy as Morality Debate
December 2014 - American Philosophical Association: Eastern Division Meeting Philadelphia Paper presented - 'Talking About Us' at the Baobab Centre: Philosophy as Therapy with Young Refugees
Skilled user of Microsoft Office Suite, confident in ability to pick up new software and platforms quickly.
Fluent in Hebrew, basic Arabic
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