Alisha Pedowitz

Alisha Pedowitz

Alisha Pedowitz is an experiential Jewish educator whose work revolves around building and fostering community, and utilizing community as a primary means to shape Jewish identity and inspire Jewish learning. She is passionate about helping youth recognize and harness their ability to make a meaningful impact on the world around them. Alisha considers herself lucky to utilize that passion in her role as Teen Experiential Education Specialist at BJE: Builders of Jewish Education. She has worked at Camp Alonim, New Community Jewish High School, Milken Community High School, and was a founding faculty member at Brawerman Elementary School East of Wilshire Boulevard Temple. Alisha holds an MBA in Nonprofit Management and an MAEd with a concentration in Experiential Education from American Jewish University, as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Stanford University. She thrives on discovering new and exciting ways to put her passions into practice and inspire others through Jewish education. 

Alisha and her husband, Dave, are the proud parents of Itai and Faye.


BJE Teen Service Corps at Camp Keshet - July 7 - 11

The Young Leaders (entering grade 6th and 7th) of Camp Keshet will, in partnership with BJE Impact/Teen Service Corps, spend a week exploring the topic of “Empowering Youth,” and volunteer each day with such organizations as Make-A-Wish Foundation, Pico Union Project, Freedom School, JQ International, American Jewish World Service, LAMOTH, and others.