Ever since our Naomi Zeveloff moved to Israel in August to be a full-time Forward correspondent, we have been looking for the right person to take over one of her important duties: editing The Sisterhood blog.
I’m happy to announce that we have found that person in Sarah Breger.
Sarah is a skilled journalist — she’s the managing editor of Moment magazine — with a deep professional interest in the lives of and challenges facing Jewish women today. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and the Columbia School of Journalism, Sarah has written on issues of religious divorce, reinventing ritual and Jewish women in popular culture.
Just in the last few weeks, you can see Sarah’s personality emerge, as The Sisterhood has jumped on all sorts of news, ranging from a quick, poignant response to the Har Nof murders in Jerusalem to the tough issues of campus rape and the sexualization of young girls.
Feel free to join The Sisterhood’s unique and essential conversation by contacting Sarah at email@example.com
Jane Eisner, a pioneer in journalism, is writer-at-large at the Forward and the 2019 Koeppel Fellow in Journalism at Wesleyan University. For more than a decade, she was editor-in-chief of the Forward, the first woman to hold the position at the influential Jewish national news organization. Under her leadership, the Forward’s digital readership grew significantly, and won numerous regional and national awards for its original journalism, in print and online.