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Michal Frankel is completing her doctorate in the field of avian ecology and conservation biology at Boston University, and she also works part-time as a Jewish educator. She received her Jewish education from attending Orthodox yeshivot, including Yeshiva University where she received a B.A. in biology. In the last several years, she has become increasingly involved in Jewish environmental education by leading programs on Judaism and ecology at various synagogues and religious schools, and she is in the process of helping to form a regional chapter of COEJL in Massachusetts.


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