Inspired Seeker. Angst Cultivator. Dance Party Starter.
Arielle Krule is the Project Director of Iyun: a national network for cohort-based adult Jewish education. She joins OOI after her success growing and directing the Jewish Learning Fellowship (JLF), the largest Jewish educational program on campus in North America. In her role, she supported and trained more than 300 Jewish educators to build communities of students who graduate college with thick Jewish social networks, mentors, and a love of the study of Torah.
Arielle is a student in the Yeshivat Maharat Beit Midrash Program and will be a full-time student in the semikha track beginning Fall 2021. Arielle is also a therapist for teenagers and adults at the Jewish Board for Family and Children’s Services in Midwood, Brooklyn and the founder and Director of the CUNY Hillel Social Work Fellowship for MSW candidates across the New York City area.
She and her husband Jackson live in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, where they are community conveners, Burning Man alumni, Prospect Heights Shul members, dance party enthusiasts, and artisanal challah bakers. Previously, Arielle was a birth doula, yoga teacher, and women’s health educator.