On Yom HaShoah, a siren stops traffic and pedestrians for two minutes of silence in Israel and in the US many observe in their synagogues and wider communities.
Erica Golden graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 2015 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology and Jewish Studies from Tulane University followed by a master’s degree in Behavioral Health Psychology. Committed to making meaningful change in the Jewish community, Erica earned her Master’s of Social Work and a Certificate in Jewish Communal Leadership from the University of Michigan. During her time in New Orleans, Erica worked at Slater Torah Academy, and was actively involved in Chabad at Tulane, Tulane Hillel, and Tulane’s Jewish Studies department. She has worked with numerous Jewish community organizations across the country, most recently serving as the Youth Engagement Director at Temple Beth Am in Miami. In that position, Erica guided hundreds of young congregants and their families on their Jewish journeys through relationship building and frequent programming. Erica is dedicated to lowering barriers to entry to the Jewish community for all and sharing the joy she finds in Judaism.
Thrilled to return “home,” you can find Erica exploring Mid-City with her Shih Tzu Jack.