Do you have a summer bucket list?
Looking for family fun? Be a H.O.S.T. (Host of Summery Things).
Meet the MazelTogether team members who help you with the connections, for the ages.
Bethany Friedlander moved with her husband and three children to Colorado in 2011. She has a B.A. in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies from Brandeis University and a MEd in Administration. She has worked in education and the Jewish community since college and played in both her whole life.
Talia Haykin is a Denver based freelance writer, social media strategist, and reformed actor. She is also the mom of a (very handsome) little boy and pup, Soba Schnoodle. In her free time (ha) she and her husband grow thousands of pounds of food each season and make award-winning hard apple cider. She also occasionally blogs at Talia, She Wrote.
Jennifer Abrams moved to Colorado with her husband, 2 daughters and dog in December 2016 from the Chicago area. She has a B.S. in Human Development and Psychological Services from Northwestern University and a Masters in Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis. She has worked as a Social Worker for the Early Childhood Programs at JCC Chicago and as a Pediatric Medical Social Worker in a variety of hospital settings.
Rachel has a Bachelor of Arts in Deaf Studies Education, is a nationally certified American Sign Language interpreter and has over 20 years of Public Relations and Marketing experience. Since relocating to Colorado from California in 2018, she has co-founded two Jewish social groups: The Southeast Tribe and Colorado ASL Jew Crew.
Rachel enjoys spending time with her loving husband and 2 kids, shopping for greeting cards with her mother, participating in walk-a-thons for various causes close to her heart and salsa dancing the night away!
Kelli Pfaff is a seasoned professional in the education and positive youth development field. Kelli has spent her time working as an informal and formal educator, coach, facilitator, trainer, non-profit director, and school district leader. Kelli’s expertise includes strategic planning and large change management, influencing school and non-profit policy, developing large multi-million dollar public/private initiatives, and engaging in designing and supporting community partnerships in a variety of contexts within and outside the Jewish community.