Jaime Brody comes to Keshet with a extensive background in education and program development, in both the classroom and experiential settings. Her career began fifteen years ago in museum education, where she created hands-on learning opportunities and developed programming in settings such as the Old South Meeting House Museum in Boston and The Holocaust Resource Center & Archives in Queens, NY. Upon moving to Boston in 2008 she began working with Jewish youth as the Youth Educator at Temple Beth Am in Framingham, and then went on to become a Middle School Lead Teacher and the Community Educator for six years at MetroWest Jewish Day School. She also began volunteering with the queer community at Out MetroWest, helping to form one of the first middle school LGBTQ groups in the Boston area, and as a member of the New England Advisory Council at Family Equality Council. Since having children Jaime has felt compelled to seek out other LGBTQ Jewish families. She is particularly excited to apply her background and skills to create community for our families in the greater Boston area. Jaime lives in Wellesley with her wife, Meghan, and their two young children.