Rebbetzin Golshevsky founded and is the director of SHIVITI because teaching Torah is her first love. She holds primary and secondary teaching certification from Yavne Teacher’s College in Cleveland, as well as a BA from SUNY Buffalo in Classics-Judaic Studies. Rebbetzin Golshevsky has been a well-known Torah educator in Jerusalem and abroad for twenty-five years, with students all over the world. She is also published author, editor, and translator.
Mrs. Dworkin, recently of Montreal, has been a Judaic studies educator for nearly three decades. Her love of Torah and chassidut inspire her to share the depth of Torah, in all its facets, with others who aspire to grow in their Avodat HaShem. Yael has a teachers’ diploma from Beis Yaakov Seminary Montreal, a B.A. in Judaic Studies from McGill University, and has studied in the Masters program in Jewish Education at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
Sarah loves to delve into the Torah from an inner perspective, feeling the מאור שבה, discovering the experience of Hashem and inner transformation within the Torah she learns and shares. She loves to ‘go inside’ and explore all of chassidut, but the Torah of Rebbe Nachman and Rav Kook are where she finds her home.
Shoshana Judelman is passionate about teaching Torah and Jewish History. She holds a BA in History from Union College and an MA in Jewish History from Columbia University. She is very grateful to have made Aliyah with her husband and 6 children to Efrat in 2013. Shoshana teaches Torah through the light of Chassidus in the Shirat David community of Efrat as well as co-leading inspirational trips to Ukraine and around Eretz Yisroel for women. Shoshana has been a guide at Yad Vashem since 2014.
Rebbetzin Rochel Silber has been teaching and counseling worldwide for more than 30 years. She holds a BA in Mathematics from Queens College, and a BA in teaching from Esther Schonfeld Teachers Seminary. She strives to help her students find their unique gifts in Torah learning and serving Hashem. She draws from the wellsprings of Chassidut in addition to all classical Torah sources.