Rachel Sisk is the Kehilla Relationship Manager (KRM) for the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism in the Pacific Southwest and Northern Pacific Regions. A seasoned Jewish professional, Rachel has expertise in education and training, program and leadership development, and project and grant management.
Throughout her career, Rachel has put her skills to work for numerous Jewish organizations and denominations across North America, where she has passionately engaged with countless individuals, families, organizations and communities to strengthen Jewish life experiences. Rachel previously served as the director of an innovative consulting initiative at AJU’s Graduate School of Education. Additionally she worked for the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) as a Regional Director of Informal Education and was the original Director of Family Education at the Central Agency for Jewish Education in Miami, FL. Rachel has also been offering “Jewish Personal Training” through a unique concierge coaching service that she founded more than 15 years ago.
Rachel has been published in several books, anthologies, journals and newspapers including both authorship and editorial roles in the URJ’s innovative Sacred Choices and Packing for College curricula.
A native of Los Angeles, Rachel holds a B.A. from UCLA, an M.S.W. from USC, an M.A. from HUC-JIR and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study from the University of Judaism, now American Jewish University (AJU).