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Karina Zilberman

Group Facilitator, Mentor, Educator, Singer, and Puppeteer
Karina’s pioneering work as a group facilitator, mentor, educator, singer, and puppeteer is deeply sourced in the power of the “unexpected” to improve creative work, productivity, well being, and community-building. She currently heads “The Art Of Engaging Families” - Shababa Approach trainings around the world - and co-leads retreats focused on self-discovery and collaborative living. Working for more than ten years at the 92nd Street Y in New York City, Karina brings her background in the arts and soulful leadership to creating interactive/experiential workshops that make visible, both, current and emerging future possibilities.

Karina served as a Cantorial Soloist and clergy assistant at Temple Israel of Greater Miami from 2001 to 2007. Zilberman received the national prestigious 2012 Covenant Foundation Award in excellence in Jewish Education. In 2014, Karina and the 92nd Street Y created the Shababa Network with over 52 organizations across the U.S., Canada, Panama, Chile, Argentina, and Israel. She believes that the world needs more leaders that operate from a “playground mindset” where the unexpected is the main source of creativity bringing out the genuine acceptance of individuals, relationships and society. Karina is married to Rabbi Marcelo Bronstein. They live at “La Ecovilla,” a 21st Century sustainable community in the mountains of Costa Rica.

My Presenters Sessions

Monday, May 6

2:00pm CDT