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Alana Krivo-Kaufman is our Religious School Director. As a student at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, she is eager to blend her Rabbinical education with the leadership she will provide to our students. Alana comes to us with years of experience in Jewish education and social and racial justice. She brings to CKS her extensive skills in facilitation, community building and program design. 


Tracey Weingarten is leading our teens in Kehiloft, CKS's youth leadership program. Tracey has been teaching our youngest Religious School children since 2008 and loves to be able to still be involved in their Jewish learning throughout their teen lives.  She hopes that having a connection with CKS's youngest members, from kindergarten to high school graduation, instills consistancy and a connection to Judaism and the congregation. Not to mention the naches it gives her! Tracey lives in Kendall Park with her husband Marc and dog Brody. She has 4 children (one is her awesome son-in-law!), who she sees as much as possible. During the rest of the week, Tracey is a caseworker with the NJ Division of Child Protection & Permanancy.  

Executive Director

CKS Executive Director Amy Rosenthal comes to her leadership role here after 15 years as a synagogue member, and six years on the board. Amy and her husband Matt raised their two children in Belle Mead, and their family has long been (and continues to be!) an integral part of CKS.


Amy brings years of experience in technology, website development, project management, and many other skills needed to steer the ship of a vibrant, growing synagogue. She has the calm, cool, and collected-under-pressure demeanor she needs to handle every challenge, from security concerns to event planning.

Amy ensures that every system at CKS runs like clockwork, and her smiling face is familiar to all at CKS and in the community.

Thu, May 26 2022 25 Iyar 5782