Lauren Rudin, Woman of Color and a Jew by Choice, discusses her journey on Seekers of Meaning Podcast

Lauren Rudin, Support Services Navigator for the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey, a woman of color and a Jew by choice, is this week’s guest on the Seekers of Meaning Podcast.

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About the Guest

Lauren Rudin was born and raised in Burlington County, New Jersey.  She is a proud graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Work.  She has worked with individuals with special needs and their families for over 20 years.  She has experience working in preschool, youth and family counseling, foster care, and Jewish education.  Specifically, Rudin has worked as a child study team school social worker for 11 years.  In an effort to be more available to her family, Rudin made the decision to work closer to home.  Rudin is passionate about leveling the playing field for everyone, regardless of their ability level.  As a lifelong resident of Southern New Jersey, Rudin is excited to be working with our community’s most vulnerable populations.  Rudin’s vision for the position is to continue to focus on supporting individuals and families within Jewish organizations while creating an inclusive and supportive community for older adults and those with different abilities. Rudin currently lives in Cherry Hill with her amazing husband and stepchildren.

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