Our team is made up of visionary feminists manifesting the world of creation we want to dance in. Get in touch with us if you want to help host an event in your city!
Hadar is the founder of feminism all night. She is is a Jerusalemite feminist artist, writer, and dancer based in Oakland, CA. hadar is a graduate of Cooper Union, where she studied Electrical Engineering, and alt*div, a alternative divinity school centering the intersection of justice and spirituality. Hadar offers decolonizing divination healing sessions and writes in loving faith, a bi-monthly newsletter on feminism and Jewish time. You can check out her work at hadarcohen.me
Bay Area Host
Tamara is a social science researcher and experiential educator. she has been a part of feminism all night since it’s inception in 2017, contributing variously as workshop facilitator, training program participant, event host and t organizational thought partner. she believes deeply in community, collaboration, and celebration; is inspired by the paradox of many subjective truths with one spiritual truth; and is committed to bringing awareness to the murky boundaries between self-protection and unconditional compassion in group processes. she loves learning from others and is in awe of the collective wisdom of the people around her.
New York Host
Shonna is an experi(m)ent(i)al jewish educator in NYC, building a contemporary body of torah and poetry through a theology of compassion, community and textual interoception. She has taught at shuls, universities and conferences in the US as well as in the UK, Sweden and Austria. Shonna believes that ritual matters, bodies are where god happens and the people we hurt have the most to teach us.
Noam is a musician and story collector from Milwaukee, WI who is passionate about fighting white supremacy, healing processes, and personal/collective liberation. They are one of the five core-organizers for Let My People Sing!, an intentionally inclusive Jewish singing retreat which connects people to various diasporic ancestral singing traditions. They can often be found singing nigunim, Jewish and Yiddish folk songs, laments, and playing a few different strange instruments. They started ‘Der Yiddish Tekhines Proyekt’, a project where new melodies are pared with excerpts of old Yiddish women’s prayers so that we can learn and pray them today. Noam is a student of safrut, the Hebrew scribal tradition, and enjoys fixing torahs and scribing mezuzot and amulets. They have worked as a chaplain for incarcerated and previously incarcerated individuals fighting for healing and liberation, and they are dedicated to working for a world without prisons and borders. One of their favorite things to do in the entire world is to listen, speak, and laugh with strangers on the train or street. Noam is currently a 5th year rabbinical student at Hebrew College in Boston, MA.