She has worked her entire adult life in Jewish education and in a variety of organizations within the Jewish community as a teacher, educational director and head of school. This is her passion and her calling. Tsipi feels that while her father motivated her entrance into Jewish education, tier commitment to becoming a rabbi is fueled by Iler belief that the continuation of Judaism is linked to the education of Jewish children.
Since 1989 she has been a teacher and Head of Jewish Studies at Tehiyah Day School in El Cerrito, California. She is responsible for coordinating all aspects of Jewish life at the school, from social to academic to religious. In addition to her position at Tehiyah, she worked for ten summers leading services at a synagogue and has taught adult education classes in Biblical Hebrew and Chumash al Chocnmat Halev in Berkeley. Tsipi recently completed a three-year program at The Jewish Theological Seminary in New York for which she received a degree in Secondary School Leadership