I joined Beth Emet as part of the merger with TJM. I appreciate knowing that if you show up and help out, you’ll be welcomed. I have enjoyed participating in the choir, Tikkun Middot, and racial justice discussions. I also lead Beth Emet’s efforts to continue feeding people at A Just Harvest. In 2022, I became a Kabbalat Mitzvah at Beth Emet, which was very meaningful and satisfying. I’m a retired attorney and live in Evanston with my husband.