Charlotte Agran – Director of Informal Education
Charlotte joined the Movement for Reform Judaism in 2021 and supports RSY-Netzer with its continued effort to improve the quality, delivery and impact of the educational opportunities on offer. With a background in Holocaust education and community cohesion, Charlotte’s focus is to help RSY-Netzer champion the next generation of young Reform voices, action, and leadership.
020 8349 5670
Debbie Doobay – Chief Operating Officer
Debbie is the Chief Operating Officer of Reform Judaism. She is a Chartered Management Accountant who trained in banking before moving to The Movement for Reform Judaism. She has worked for the Movement for 17 years. Debbie has two children and enjoys cooking, the Arts and sky diving at the weekends, restrictions permitting!
020 8349 5723
Sarita Robinson – Director of Community Partnership (North)
Sarita joined RJ back in 2012 to work with our Northern communities. Now Director of Community Partnerships (North) her role has expanded somewhat but her love for everything Northern has not diminished. Living in Hull, Sarita was RJ’s original homeworker and appreciates her colleagues now joining her online. In her previous life Sarita was an elected to Hull City Council and was cabinet member for Corporate Resources and Efficiency. When not working Sarita can often be found camping in a remote field with disgruntled teenagers.
020 8349 5716
Gilly Shulman – Director of HR
Gilly joined Reform Judaism in 2002 as HR Manager. With 18 years previous commercial experience, Gilly expanded her role and knowledge to head up the Community Partnership team before taking on the role of HR Director. She now provides HR support and advice within our communities, whilst also heading up the HR function within Reform Judaism. Gilly also provides HR advice to the Jewish Joint Burial Society and the Manor House Trust.
020 8349 5647
Sharon Daniels – Head of Wellbeing & Safeguarding
Sharon joined the Movement for Reform Judaism in ****, and focuses on promoting wellbeing, care, and mental health across Reform Judaism. As the mental health of young people is a key area of her work, Sharon also works closely with RSY-Netzer. In addition, she co-ordinates the Communities that Care Initiative, and supports our communities to deliver support and be more inclusive.
020 8349 5659
Amit Handelsman – Director of Community Partnership (South)
Amit joined the Movement for Reform Judaism in 2014. His role involves working with rabbinic, lay leaders and professional staff to strengthen our communities. Amit is passionate about Reform Judaism and developing our communities by partnering them to achieve greater growth and participation in synagogue life.
020 8349 5693
Rabbi Dr Jackie Tabick – Beit Din Convenor
Rabbi Dr Jackie Tabick became Britain’s first female rabbi in 1975. She worked for many years at West London Synagogue with Rabbi Hugo Gryn, and then at North West Surrey Synagogue in Weybridge. She is now Convenor of the Reform Beit Din and is very involved in interfaith work being co-President of the World Congress of Faiths. She received her PhD in 2014 and the subject of her thesis was outcomes of conversion to Judaism 1952 to 2002.
020 8349 5657