Mrs. Miriam (Krupka) Berger currently serves as chair of the Tanakh Department at the Ramaz Upper School in Manhattan, NY, where she has taught Tanakh and Jewish Thought since 2006. In addition to her role in the classroom, she shapes Judaic Studies curriculum, teaches interdisciplinary seminars, and is heavily involved in student Israel Guidance and the student AIPAC group. Mrs. Berger received her B.S. in Finance from the Sy Syms School of Business at Yeshiva University and an M.A. in Modern Jewish History from the Bernard Revel School of Jewish Studies. She recently completed an M.A. in Jewish Philosophy from Columbia University where her thesis work focused on the messianic writings of Isaac Abarbanel. Mrs. Berger has lectured widely to adult audiences in a variety of venues including Manhattan Jewish Experience, The Jewish Center, Lincoln Square Synagogue, Agudath Sholom of Stamford and Yeshiva University’s Midreshet Yom Rishon. Mrs. Berger currently lives in Washington Heights, NY with her husband, Dr. Ari Berger.
December 27, 2016