Founder of at the well
Sarah is the passionate Founder of At The Well. She has been a student of sociology and holistic medicine, a national champion athlete, an instructor of yoga and mindfulness, and a passionate member of the Jewish community. All these experiences gave her a deep understanding of the power that comes from being in a supportive community, feeling connected to your spirituality, and have a real understanding of your cycle. At The Well was created out of love; it is a place to be witnessed, and to witness others, to share, to learn, and a place to connect Jewish heritage to everyday life. After being selected for a leadership fellowship, Sarah launched At The Well with Moishe House as her fiscal sponsor.
Chief of Content
Community Organizer and MFA in Creative Nonfiction. Allie edits At The Well’s content, and writes our grants.
Web master & Designer
Digital marketer, community builder, mac n cheese enthusiast, Rachel maintains At The Well's website and creates graphics for use across all digital channels.
Chief of Digital & writer
Writer, challah dealer, and master of the internets, Sarah works on At The Well’s brand voice and digital strategy. This includes writing very long Instagram captions, using sassy hashtags, and sneaking pictures of her cat into our Instagram stories.
Rabbinic & Jewish Education Advisors
Callie Shulman is a rabbi at Temple De Hirsch Sinai in Seattle WA. Rabbi Schulman makes regular Jewish content contributions to At The Well’s monthly Moon Manuals.
Rabbi SARAH TASMAN
Rabbi Tasman aids in the creation of Jewish content for At The Well. She also serves as an advisor, helping us foster a culture of inclusive Judaism. Living in Washington D.C.
Hadar is a feminist artist, writer, dancer and poet based in Oakland, CA. She is the founder of Pivot to Bloom, an organization partnering with tech companies on gender issues. She currently is the Regional West Coast Jewish Educator with Moishe House, and a Talmud Educator with Svara.
Tamar Remz is on the senior leadership team of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation (HGF), taking a role in strategy, grant making, and partnerships. She is advising At The Well on developing revenue streams and Jewish philanthropic funding. Tamar is also a Board member and co-chair of the International Council of Moishe House and a trustee of Educational Alliance in New York City.
Ellie is the CEO of MNDFL, as well as a certified personal development coach and writer. After serving as an executive in the film business for a number of years, she chose to pursue mindfulness in a more meaningful way. She received her Certificate in Coaching from NYU, and shortly thereafter, hatched the idea for MNDFL with co-founder Lodro Rinzler. All of her work has a common thread: the use of ancient teachings in a contemporary context to inspire compassion, confidence and consciousness.
Sophia is an executive coach for social entrepreneurs, working with founders and funders in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York City, Jerusalem and Tel Aviv from her home base in Israel's capital. Through her work, Sophia supports the transformation of visionaries into CEOs, ideators into teams, and ideas into strategy. Sophia is equally passionate about scaling spiritual abundance, which she does through Kundalini yoga; her High Holidays project, Evenings of Awe (which was inspired by Sarah herself!); frequent hosting all over the world; and supporting the team of At The Well!
Dr. Rebecca Trobe
Dr. Rebecca Trobe, Psy.D, founder of Impact Coaching & Consulting, LLC, works with philanthropic organizations, family foundations, couples and individuals. She is passionate about most things involving the principles of triple bottom line philanthropy, innovative/visionary/high performance leadership, and great stories from exceptional travel/life experiences. Rebecca has proudly served on the advisory boards of Ashoka’s Bay Area Youth Venture, Thinking Beyond Borders, as an instructor for the international program Roots of Empathy and now, At The Well!
Founder & CEO, Xukuma, LLC
In Somali, the word xukuma [hoo.koo.ma] means “life the way you want it to be.” After 25 years of working with leading institutions, inspiring leaders and exciting start-ups, in and out of the non-profit sector, Jenn founded Xukuma, LLC to pursue her “xukuma” and work with for-impact organizations to help them capture their own. Jenn believes in authentic and honest advising with humility and respect, from a position of on-the-ground experience. In this manner, she partners with leaders to increase their capacity to drive organizational effectiveness. Prior to founding Xukuma, Jenn held leadership roles in national and international organizations including Outward Bound, SeaChange Capital Partners, and Birthright Israel Foundation. A former producer for ABC News, Jenn lives in NYC with her husband and two sons.