Judith Rosenbaum is the CEO of the Jewish Women’s Archive, a pioneering national organization that documents Jewish women’s stories, elevates their voices, and inspires them to be agents of change. Previously, Judith served as for nearly a decade as JWA’s Director of Public History and Director of Education, developing its major programs and educational initiatives. An educator, historian, and writer, Judith earned a BA in History from Yale University and a PhD in American Studies from Brown University with a focus on women, gender, and social movements. She won a Fulbright Fellowship to study women’s collective communities in Israel. Judith teaches and lectures widely on Jewish studies and women’s studies and also serves on the faculty of the Bronfman Youth Fellowships. She lives outside of Boston with her husband and 13-year-old twins, and is proud to be a second-generation Jewish feminist.