Program Manager at Auburn Media

Jake Goodman is Jewish educator, community organizer, and storyteller.  He earned his MA in Experiential Jewish Education from the Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS) and his BFA in Acting from Emerson College.  Jake has taught at seminaries, synagogues, churches, JCC’s, camps, and retreat centers across the US and in Israel and consults for Foundation for Jewish Camp and JTS.  Jake is the former Associate Director of Storahtelling, currently manages the media department at Auburn Seminary, and is an active organizer in New York’s LGBTQ community. He is currently performing Kaddish, a stage adaptation of Hungarian Nobel-prize winning author Imre Kertész’s book, “Kaddish for an Unborn Child.”