Chloe Zelkha aspires to build transformative experiences that connect people to the world as it could be. Previously, she served as the Fellowship Director at Urban Adamah in Berkeley, leading cohorts of emerging adults through semester-long deep dives into Judaism, organic farming, mindfulness, and social justice training. Before that, she worked as a community organizer in Boston, where she trained with JOIN for Justice and built power with young people at The Food Project, an environmental non-profit. Chloe is also passionate about grief work, and trained as a chaplain at UCSF Mission Bay Hospital’s residency program. She is the co-founder of the Covid Grief Network—now a project of Reimagine—and the author of Being with Grief, a creative workbook for loss. Chloe holds a BA in Religion from Carleton College and an MA in Education from Harvard University. She is currently a fourth-year student at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, where she is a Wexner Graduate Fellow.