Presented by Elaine Leeder

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Elaine Leeder will speak about working with Jewish prisoners, including those incarcerated for life, and about the Jewish values that inform the work of reconciliation and rehabilitation.

For the past twenty-five years, Elaine Sneierson Leeder has been working in prisons in New York and California: first as a professor, then a self-help group trainer, and now as a victim/offender dialogue facilitator. She is dean emerita and professor emerita at Sonoma State University, and holds MSW, MPH, and PhD degrees from Yeshiva University, UC Berkeley, and Cornell University, respectively.

Co-presented by Worker’s Circle Arbeter Ring of Northern California and Congregation Sha’ar Zahav.