Brett Lubarsky has been a leader in the field of Jewish youth engagement and education for over fifteen years. Brett has taught and worked extensively with Jewish youth, professionals and lay leaders of congregations and organizations throughout the country, and regularly teaches, consults and leads workshops related to youth programming, leadership and team development, Jewish service learning, educational technology and organizational communications strategy.
He currently serves as Associate Director of the Jewish Teen Initiative of Greater Boston, a national model for Jewish teen engagement connecting the metro west and north shore suburbs of Boston. Prior to joining JTI, Brett spent 12 years as one the architects of the youth community at Temple Beth Elohim of Wellesley, Massachusetts.
Brett is a graduate of the Senior Educators Cohort with M²: The Institute for Experiential Jewish Education, a Birthright Israel Fellow, and holds a Certificate in Informal Jewish Education, Youth Leadership and Camping from Hebrew College.