Amy Hirshberg Lederman
Amy Hirshberg Lederman is an award-winning, nationally-syndicated columnist, author, Jewish educator, public speaker, and attorney.
She practiced law for 14 years before pursuing her passion of Jewish education. She has served as the Assistant North American Director of the Florence Melton Adult Mini-School and the Director of the Department of Jewish Education and Identity for the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona and is the Development Associate for the Jewish Community Foundation of Southern Arizona. She currently teaches courses on Jewish spirituality, ethics, law and literature.
Amy received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Oberlin College, her Juris Doctor from the University of Arizona and her Master’s Degree in Jewish Education from the Spertus College of Jewish Studies. In 1997-98, Amy moved with her family to Israel where she was part of an international group of Jewish educators who studied at Hebrew University.