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Which is the proper path that a person should choose?
A path that brings honor to oneself and honor to the community

Pirkei Avot, Ethics of the Fathers,

Let's discover your path forward
Navigate through challenges and opportunities
Go from where you are now to where you want to be

My Story

For more than 20 years, I have balanced a successful professional life with being a mom to 4, clergy spouse, and active member of my community. I realized that my next step was to leverage my experience, talents, skills, and years of advising colleagues and friends to help others. As a life coach, I have the opportunity to ask the good questions that give my clients the ability to look at things in a new way and find the right path for them.

In addition to working with individuals, I specialize in helping clergy members and lay leaders with the unique challenges and opportunities that these roles present.


I also find great joy in finding these "a-ha moments" through learning and teaching. My courses are designed to integrate ancient texts with modern life, finding meaning and insight. I have experience teaching in synagogues, Jewish Community Centers, special interest clubs, at Camp Ramah in New England, in person and over zoom.


  • BA, Economics, Wellesley College

  • MBA, Columbia Business School

  • Additional Studies, Hebrew University,

  • Additional Studies, The Conservative Yeshiva

  • Life Coach Certification, Life Coach Training Institute


Client Reviews

Tami was wonderful. Her enthusiasm revved up our volunteers and shaped their understanding of the sacred work that they do. Her insights will help us better engage our community in a personalized way, letting each member contribute as they wish. Tami provided materials that we will rely on to move us forward.

Jeff F.

“The way to sing the song of joy is by seeking the good in all people, especially in ourselves. Each good point is one more note in the song of life!”

Rabbi Nachman of Breslov

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