Aliza Bulow has been a Jewish Educator for over twenty five years. She lectures on a broad range of topics in venues across the country in her work for Ner LeElef, an international leadership training organization. A 13th generation American, Aliza converted to Judaism at the age of 16. She lived in Israel studying at Michlelet Bruria and Hebrew University, and served in the Israeli Defense Forces. Upon returning to the US, she earned a BA in Hebrew and Jewish Social Studies from Hunter College. As a parent, as an educator and as an author, Aliza works to strengthen Jews and their connections to Hashem, to their heritage, to their mission and to each other.