Pioneering virtual learning for Jerusalem's internationally recognized museum, Yad Vashem, Tami single-handedly established the museum's first online learning program and assumed ultimate responsibility for marketing efforts, recruitment and outreach, and course administration.
Tami has been researching, writing and editing in a diverse range of fields including online education, academia and historical journals for more than a decade. In conjunction with this responsibility, Tami also personally edited all published museum materials, both online and in print.
Tami has a keen eye for detail and the ability to manage a variety of tasks simultaneously, which she demonstrated as Manager of an historical Australian cultural site. Priding herself on initiative, she oversaw all logistical concerns, administration and project management surrounding community programs. Her most recent position as an administrator for an American non-profit honed her client relationship management skills, and opened her eyes to the world of working virtually, which is where she intends to stay!
Tami holds a Masters Degree in Cultural Heritage, a Graduate Diploma in Museum Studies and a B.A. in History and English. She lives in the wine country of Northern Israel with her husband and two children.