Dani previously led Limmud International, supporting and advising Limmud volunteer leaders and teams in Europe as well as worldwide to deliver diverse cross-communal Jewish learning events to over 80 Limmud communities in more than 40 countries. She was responsible for delivering regional and international development and connection programmes. Her background is in project management, social research into community conflict, and she was a madricha in a pluralist youth movement. Dani has a BA in Modern History and Political Science and an MA in Mediterranean Studies. She lives in London.
Daniel Rose is a British-born educator with a background in informal and formal Jewish education in the UK, the US, and Israel. He has taught in Jewish day schools in the UK and the US, as well as gap-year programs in Israel, and also has an experience in online learning platforms in Jewish education. He has extensive experience in content and curriculum development, working with educational institutions across the world. As Director of Educational Projects for Koren Publishers, Daniel was series editor and core contributor to the Koren Magerman Educational Siddurim series, a series of educational siddurim used by schools and synagogues around the world. More recently Daniel worked as an educational consultant for various educational agencies, including the Lookstein Center, Bar Ilan University, PaJes (UK), the United Synagogue (UK), Koren Publishers and the Office of Rabbi Sacks, where he has developed educational resources based on the thought of Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks such as the Ten Paths curriculum and the Family Edition of the weekly Covenant & Conversation.
Daniel has a BA from the London School of Jewish Studies in Jewish Studies, a Master’s in Religious Education from University College London’s Institute of Education, and received a Ph.D. from the Melton Center, Hebrew University, in Education. He also studied for two years in Yeshivat HaMivtar in Israel. Daniel lives in Modiin.
Colin has an MA in The management of Youth and Community Work and Applied Anthropology’ and is a graduate of the Jerusalem Fellows Programme at the Mandel School of Educational Leadership. In this role at Yesod, Colin works with Jewish community professionals and educators to identify their growth and development goals and supports them in making plans to reach them. Colin also manages Yesod’s Professional Development Fund.