Kelly Cohen is a member of Cohort II of the Created Equal Educators Fellowship of the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America. She serves as the North American Director of Education for the Diller Teen Fellowship, guiding the Jewish educational vision and implementation for the global teen leadership program. Kelly has a wealth of experience as a Jewish educator working in camps, day schools, synagogues, Federations and Israel travel. Most recently, Kelly served as the Director of JumpSpark, Atlanta’s Jewish Teen Initiative through the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta. She holds a BA in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies from Brandeis University, a Masters in Jewish Education from Hebrew College and is a graduate of the Pardes Educators Program.
In addition to her work with the teen community, Kelly is also the creator of Parsha Storybook Project, an online resource for early childhood Torah literacy. She is married to Drew Cohen, Director of Music at The Weber School and URJ Camp Coleman and has two children.