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Julia Zeuner, LMSW, is a licensed geriatric social worker with years of experience working with older adults at community based agencies, nursing homes and senior centers.
Samantha Donoso has worked in the department since 2007 and brings many years of valuable customer service …
Dafna Gorfinkle joined the Himan Brown Senior Program’s staff in November 2017.
Erica Shein holds a JD from Brooklyn Law School and a BA in French and Marketing from the University of Pennsylvania.
Ze’ev Aviezer earned a BA in Economics from Hunter College, an MS in Counseling from Lehman College CUNY and an MA in Religious Education.
Sally Bliumis-Dunn teaches Modern Poetry at Manhattanville College and at the Palm Beach Poetry Festival.
The Croatian pianist Javor Bracic is the first prize winner of international piano competitions in Italy, Croatia, and Belgium.
Doug Brin is an historical raconteur, writer, artist, journalist and popular lecturer and discussion group facilitator.
Andrée Aelion Brooks is a journalist, author and lecturer and a former contributing columnist and news writer for the New York Times, currently specializing in Jewish history topics.
Theresa Burns is a writer, editor, and teacher whose work has appeared in The New York Times, nytimes.com, Prairie Schooner, Bellevue Literary Review, and upstreet, among other publications.
Piers Bursill-Hall was educated (in some way or other) in England, France, the USA and Canada, ended up in Cambridge for university studies in physics and mathematics
Diane Cocoros (Dee) is a Holistic Wellness and Fitness Consultant in NYC for over 20 years.
Kareem Collins is an experienced senior fitness instructor. He facilitates the Parkinson’s Exercise Program (PEP) in the May Center and the Platinum Sneakers Program at Long Island University.
Mary Copeland is a former professional dancer and has been teaching dance and fitness in New York City for more than 30 years.
Matthew H. Ellis is a historian specializing in the social, intellectual, and cultural history of the modern Middle East and North Africa.
Donelle Estey joined the faculty in August 2015. She holds an MFA from California State University and has had her art work exhibited at galleries throughout the world.
Martin S. Flaherty (A.B., Princeton; M.A., M.Phil., Yale; ITT/Fulbright Scholar, Trinity College Dublin; J.D., Columbia) is Leitner Family Professor of Law and Founding Co-Director of the Leitner Center for International Law and Justice
Elizabeth Flamm, LCSW is an experienced licensed clinical social worker and psychotherapist with a demonstrated history of working with individuals, couples, families, and groups
Professor Ronald Glassman has written many books on democracy including: The Origins of Democracy in Tribes, City-States, and Nation-States
Professor Ronald Glassman has written many books on Democracy, including: The Origins of Democracy in Tribes, City States and Nation States; The Future of Democracy; and Can Democracy Survive in the 21st Century?. Professor Glassman has taught at the City University and Connecticut College. He has also taught Great Books at NYU. Professor Glassman is currently writing a new book entitled, The Origins of Tyranny: War Chiefs, Divine Kings, Dictators, and Totalitarians.
George D. Gopen (J.D. and Ph.D., Harvard) is Professor Emeritus of the Practice of Rhetoric at Duke University, where he founded the University Writing Program and taught for 30 years.
During his 30 years at Rutgers University, Seth Gopin was a gifted professor and lecturer in Art History and a popular dean of academic affairs.
Ken Gray has been teaching Qigong exercises and T'ai Chi Chih for 25 years, helping people to overcome discomfort and pain and achieve greater flexibility.
Hermi Hanlin is a bridge life master and ACBL certified director. She successfully participated in many local, regional and national bridge tournaments.
Tina Janssen-Spinosa is a staff attorney and program coordinator for Total Life Choices, the advance planning program at NYLAG.
Jess Joseph earned his Certificate in Patient Advocacy from UCLA and a BA in Humanities from the University of Chicago.
Steve King has been deeply passionate about baseball since early childhood. In his teaching, King combines his U.S. History background with his incredible knowledge of the sport, its statistics and its players.
Lucy Kirk had a 33-year career in the Central Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Operations.
Richard Larschan is an English Professor Emeritus at the University of Massachusetts. He earned his PhD from UC Berkeley with a dissertation on Jonathan Swift.
Gordon Levin is the Dwight Morrow Professor of History and American Studies, emeritus, at Amherst College where he focused on American diplomatic history and Israeli history.
Her playing described as “elegant” in the New York Times, pianist Arielle Levioff has appeared as a soloist at Carnegie Hall’s Stern Auditorium and Weill Hall, at Merkin Hall, and Alice Tully Hall.
Ellen Love earned her Master’s degree in social work from Fordham University and later studied at Hunter School of Social Work: Brookdale Center on Aging and Training Institute for Mental Health earning a certificate in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy.
Sara Lukinson is a three-time Emmy award-winning writer and documentary filmmaker best known for her biographical films of artists and creators.
Jodi Magness is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (category of Philosophy and Religious Studies). She holds a senior endowed chair in the Department of Religious Studies
Jodi Magness is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (category of Philosophy and Religious Studies). She holds a senior endowed chair in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: the Kenan Distinguished Professor for Teaching Excellence in Early Judaism. From 1992-2002, Magness was Associate/Assistant Professor of Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology in the Departments of Classics and Art History at Tufts University, Medford, MA. She received her B.A. in Archaeology and History from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1977), and her PhD in Classical Archaeology from the University of Pennsylvania (1989). From 1990-1992, Magness was Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow in Syro-Palestinian Archaeology at the Center for Old World Archaeology and Art at Brown University.
Magness has participated on 20 different excavations in Israel and Greece, including codirecting the 1995 excavations in the Roman siege works at Masada. From 2003-2007 she codirected excavations in the late Roman fort at Yotvata, Israel. Since 2011, Magness has directed excavations at Huqoq in Galilee.
Danny Pollock has been teaching folk dance for more than 30 years at JCCs, synagogues, dance camps, dance weekends, festivals and special events.
Frances Richey is the author of two poetry collections: The Burning Point (White Pine Press, 2004) and The Warrior (Viking Penguin, 2008), and the creator and editor of Voices of the Guard, published in 2010 in honor of the Oregon National Guard.
Ellie Roth worked as a systems analyst for many years before retiring.
Lucia Russett has been teaching yoga since 2013, when she completed her training at Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health.
Simón Saad was born in Colombia and was educated in Italy and the USA.
Leo Schaff studied speech and theater at the University of Wisconsin, Madison and is a member of The Shakespeare Society of New York.
Susan Scheuer has degrees in Modern European History, Music Education and Conservation Biology.
Zach Seeger is a painter and sculptor working in Brooklyn and upstate New York.
Roy Sheldon has been a teacher at 92nd Street Y since 2008, lecturing on Chinese history and US-China relations.
Pianist, trumpeter and composer Bob Silverman has been a fixture on the New York Jazz scene since 1985.
Susan Stein is an actor, playwright, and teaching artist in NYC. Stein has spent the past eight years touring her original play, Etty, directed by Austin Pendleton, to theaters, universities, schools and prisons.
Mark Ethan Toporek, a member of the Actors Studio, has appeared in films including The Secret Lives of Dentists, The Confession and Lesser Prophets.
Mark York, originally from Oklahoma, has worked in the Broadway-New York theater scene as a director and composer for the past 25 years.
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