Meet Our Team

All Pathways Lead to Shalom.



Alison Kur, Executive Director, Jewish Living

Contact Alison: [email protected] or (781) 235-8419 x213

Alison Kur, Executive Director of Jewish Living, oversees learning and engagement for the congregation, including learning programs for all members (children, youth and adults) and other initiatives that engage members in Jewish life in the TBE community. In 2014, Alison received the prestigious Covenant Foundation Award for excellence and innovation in Jewish education.  Continue reading about Alison Kur....


Rabbi Philip Sherman

Contact Rabbi Sherman: [email protected] or (781) 235-8419 x208

Rabbi Philip Sherman grew up in Minneapolis, Mn., and has enjoyed becoming a New Englander. Active in Jewish life since early childhood, Rabbi Sherman attended Camp Ramah in Wisconsin for many years as both a camper and staff member, was active in USY, and always loved celebrating Shabbat with his family. Continue reading about Rabbi Sherman....



Lynn Burke, Adult Engagement Coordinator

Contact Lynn: [email protected] or (781) 235-8419 x211

With a background in client services, Lynn has comfortably found her niche as our Adult Engagement Coordinator. Always available to assist, she is our “go-to” person to help you navigate your Jewish Living journey. Please contact Lynn if you would like more information about our learning programs or need assistance with registration. She is always happy to help.




Sigalit Davis

Sigalit holds a dual degree in Education and Hebrew Language from Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Her extensive portfolio includes work in Israel (Rothberg School for Foreign Students at Hebrew University) and the United States: Brandeis University, Prozdor, The Rabbinical School of Hebrew College, The Early Childhood Institute, the Congregational Education Initiative and the Me’ah Graduate Institute at Hebrew College.


Robin Kalis

Robin has over ten years experience in the restaurant and catering business and more recently has provided personal chef services to local families. She first started her career with the Chicago restaurant group, Lettuce Entertain You, specializing in planning and executing social and corporate events. From there, she moved to an upscale hotel to coordinate celebrations such as Bar Mitzvahs and Weddings. Robin now focuses on sharing her true passion for cooking by teaching clients, family and friends how to provide healthy home cooked meals. She believes whether you are cooking for one or 100, your meal should look, taste and feel like it was made with love.


Noam Sender

Noam is a musician and a spiritual teacher specializing in hand percussion, ancient wind instruments, and in using his voice as a soulful vehicle to inspire joy and peace. He grew up in Israel where he learned the treasures of sacred Jewish music and Hasidic niggunim around the Shabbat table. Noam studied at Berklee College of Music and the New England School of Acupuncture. He has been a spiritual seeker, a meditation practitioner, and a student of mystical traditions for over forty years. Noam plays music and leads contemplative services and drum circles in Boston area synagogues. For more information please visit



Rabbi Alan Ullman

Rabbi Alan Ullman travels the globe teaching Torah.  He teaches at temples, synagogues, churches, businesses, private study groups, and retreats to people who share in the desire to study Torah as a way to guide and inform the spiritual journey that is our lives today.  Through the wisdom of Torah, Alan helps people see the sacred aspects of our daily lives and how to unite the breath of life that resides within each of us with the wind-spirit of God that moves through all of creation.  He also leads adult hiking/study trips to Israel, the Alps, the Canadian Rockies, the Grand Canyon, Sedona and St. John.  

Alan was ordained by the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati in 1985 and served as Assistant Rabbi at Temple Emanuel in Worcester, Massachusetts for three years.  In 1988, he founded the School for Jewish Studies, dedicated to teaching Torah to adults, which served as the foundation for his current work.