In honor of the upcoming holiday, I wanted to dedicate my message to the 1.3 million Americans who have given their lives for this country, and share some words about the over 4.5 million veterans living today with a service-related disability.
In this week’s video message, I share some thoughts inspired by the third season of Shtisel (don’t worry, no spoilers!) and show how they speak to Gateways’ mantra: that inclusion is about the triumph ofRead More
One passage from the Haggadah that is resonating with me this Passover is the Four Children… from the Rav (Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik), to Rabbi Miriam Spitzer, to Gateways Haggadah author Rebecca Redner, there areRead More
With Passover coming up, I’ve been thinking a lot about the meaning of the word “Seder.” In our Gateways Haggadah, we learn that “Seder means ‘order’ in Hebrew. We call the Passover celebration a Seder becauseRead More
This week, as many of us are marking the one year anniversary of when life as we knew it changed drastically, I share with you one particular “binge-watch” that has gotten me through tough daysRead More
October is National Down Syndrome Awareness Month, and in the spirit of the time, I have been reflecting on my lovely 19-year-old daughter Ashley, and one of the most memorable days in her childhood, herRead More
Tamar Davis, Chief Executive Officer This week, the transition from the end of 2020 to the beginning of 2021 has coincided with a transition in the reading of the Torah, as we finish one bookRead More