Dr. Julie Lieber
Interim Executive Director
BA, Intellectual History, Jewish Studies, University of Pennsylvania
MA, Jewish Intellectual History, University of Pennsylvania
PhD, Modern European History, University of Pennsylvania
Julie is Kevah’s Interim Executive Director. She has served on Kevah’s leadership team since joining Kevah in 2014, as Director of Education. Along with Rabbi David Kasher, Julie is also the Director of the Kevah Teaching Fellowship, where she trains Rabbis and educators in the pedagogy of conversational adult education. Julie is a member of the Wexner faculty, was a founding board member of the New York partnership minyan Darkhei Noam and is a beloved Kevah Group educator. After receiving her PhD in European history with a focus on Jewish women, gender and sexuality, Julie moved to Colorado, where she was a professor of Jewish Studies and History at the University of Colorado, Boulder and the University of Denver for many years.
Julie currently lives in Denver with her husband and three children and in her spare time, loves to take advantage of the beautiful Rocky Mountains.