Miriam Bader is an educator and experience designer. She works with people of all ages to explore identity, history, and the arts, specializing in the facilitation of place-based learning experiences that invite reflection and conversation. As the Director of Design & Organizational Development at JDC Entwine, Miriam designs content that engages Jewish leaders in making a difference internationally. She comes to Entwine from the Tenement Museum, where she served as Education Director and oversaw the administration of tours serving 200,000+ visitors annually. She has also worked at the Museum at Eldridge Street, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and The Jewish Museum. She serves as a consultant to the National Park Service, and other organizations providing customized workshops on storytelling, program design and evaluation, and staff training. Miriam also sits on the Board of the Jewish Foundation of the Education of Women (JFEW). She received her Master’s degree in Museum Education at Bank Street College.