Teachers Workshop: So Now What? with Rebbetzin Miriam Feldman


REBBETZIN MIRIAM FELDMAN holds a degree from Yavne Teacher’s College and Notre Dame University and a Master’s degree from Loyola University. She was one of the first four teachers of Torah Day School of Atlanta, which opened with 19 students in 1985 and today serves over 300 students. In 1996 she became the founding principal of the first girls-only high school in the South, the Temima High School for Girls, which has earned national recognition for excellence in religious and general education. Rebbetzin Miriam Feldman is the daughter of Rabbi Yaakov S. Weinberg, and Rebbetzin Chana Weinberg. Her presentations in classes and lectures for adults are marked by passion, inspiration, and keen insight into human nature. Rebbetzin Feldman has been a member of the AMATZ Principals Mission Cohort 2019.