Rebecca Zeldin is pursuing a M.A. in Philosophy and Education at Teachers College of Columbia University. She graduated magna cum laude with high honors in Spanish from Haverford College, where she won the senior essay prize for her thesis on representations of Jewish Women in Argentinian literature. Between college and graduate school, Rebecca lived and taught for two and one-half years at Camphill Soltane–a residential community in Glenmoore, PA for individuals with and without developmental disabilities. She also studied at the Conservative Yeshiva in Jerusalem. Rebecca enjoys hiking, reading, Scrabble, hanging out with kids, and watching New York Yankees baseball.