Natalie Boscoe

Natalie recently moved back to Denver with her husband and two year old daughter after being away many years. She is an education consultant specializing in early childhood education and helps Jewish preschools create and develop curriculum and programming. She loves going on adventures with her daughter especially at the pool and zoo.

Teshuvah Doesn’t Just Mean Saying “I’m Sorry”
Finding Your Family Value
Baking Sweet Round Challah for the High Holidays
Finding Your Thanksgiving Shehecheyanu

Sharon Golden

Sharon just moved to Lafayette and loves being closer to the mountains and enjoys the community.  She is a mom in her 40’s of almost 6 year old twins who is going back to teaching preschool after being a stay at home. Her family loves finding ways to celebrate our Judaism in song, food and prayer with our family and friends.

It’s All About the Apples
Smell the Etrog and Take a Moment to Breath

Dr. Sarah Levy

Sarah has been involved in the field of Jewish education for nearly fifteen years, currently serving at the Director of Adult Education for the Colorado Agency for Education. She lives in Denver with her husband, Benny, and their four kids.

Staying Sane During the Holiday Season
Keeping Your Family on Schedule
Keeping the Holiday Spirit Going
Is Thanksgiving a Jewish Holiday?

Lauren Ross

Lauren is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, parent coach, child development guru, writer and mom. She lives in Denver, Colorado, with her husband (David) and two children (Maya and Jacob). Her website contains more information about her parent coaching services:

Teaching Children About Gratitude

Katie Schwalb

Katie is a native of rural Kansas. She writes about agriculture, education, children, Jewish interfaith families, the arts, and law. She is on an extended sabbatical from her practice as an intellectual property attorney and lives with her husband and three young boys in Boulder, Colorado.

The Value of Reflection
Talking About Repentance and Forgiveness with Young Children

Karli Sherwinter

Karli loves reading books, eating popcorn, working out at the gym, spending time with friends and traveling. She is active in the Boulder Jewish community where she lives with her husband and three children.

Fasting on Yom Kippur
Sukkot During the Boulder Flood

Nathan Stern

A native of Colorado, Nathan attended Cherry Creek High School and the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill before returning to Denver in 2009.  He works as a commercial real estate broker with Feder Commercial Realty Advisors focusing on retail properties, and enjoys playing board games, bar trivia, and team sports in his free time.  Nathan lives in Denver with wife Brooke, dog Bozzy, and is excited to become a father in September!

A Life Worth Giving

Dr. Alison Trachtman Hill

Alison is the founder of Critical Issues for Youth, a sociologist and mom of two. Check out her new e-learning platform for parents at Alison and her family recently moved to Denver, CO from Westchester, NY.

Being the Parent You Want to Be in the New Year – Part I
Being the Parent You Want to Be in the New Year – Part II
Taking On Tikkun Olam