Rabbi Isaac is a graduate of Tufts University and the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College. He has served as Assistant Director of Camp JRF and as Director of No'ar Hadash; under his guidance JRF launched the successful No'ar Hadash Israel Experience. Rabbi Isaac is a long-time Jewish camper and youth worker, having worked previously for URJ Olin-Sang-Ruby Union Institute and NFTY. He is a graduate of the Foundation for Jewish Camp’s Executive Leadership Institute. Having grown up in the Reconstructionist movement, Rabbi Isaac is thrilled to share his passion for creative and engaging Judaism with a new generation of youth. Rabbi Isaac is married to Jeanne Calloway, a second-grade teacher, whom he met at Camp JRF.
After attending The Ohio State University, Sheira received a Masters in Social Work and Certification in Jewish Communal Services from Yeshiva University. She has been in camping for over 20 years, working in Jewish residential camps as well as day camps. Most recently, Sheira served as the associate director for a Jewish camp for children who have learning issues and social skill disorders. Sheira is VERY excited to be part of the Camp JRF staff as the Associate Director. She is known for her sense of humor and outgoing personality. She has been married for the past ten years to Brian Nowack and together they adopted Madeline in 2005.
Originally from Honesdale, PA, Josh is a graduate of the Hornstein program at Brandeis University, where he completed an MA in Jewish Professional Leadership and an MBA in Non-profit Management. He previously worked as an Assistant Director and Conference Coordinator at URJ Camp George in Toronto. His passion for informal Jewish education and camping has led him to Camp JRF where he is excited about continuing his professional career in the field. Josh is married to Natalie Marcus, whom he met while working at Camp George.
Brianna was born and raised in South Florida and has spent many of her summers at her second home, Camp JRF. She attended Brandeis University where she majored in Psychology and Near Eastern and Judaic Studies and then continued studying at the Jewish Theological Seminary earning her Masters in Jewish Experiential Education. Brianna has been a camper, counselor, and rosh eidah (unit head) at Camp JRF and was very involved in No’ar Hadash. She loves dancing outside Friday night, hiking to the waterfall, and playing Ultimate Frisbee at Camp. Brianna is excited to begin working year-round with this amazing community.