Mary Horrocks, MA, MA
Originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan, Mary Horrocks holds two Masters’ degrees from Brandeis University in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies and Hornstein: Jewish Professional Leadership. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Comparative Religion and Jewish Studies from Earlham College. Mary has worked extensively in the Jewish nonprofit world, with significant experience in the fields of Jewish family and youth education, and fundraising. Her research interests are wide ranging--from the use of literature in Jewish education, to Yiddish language and folklore, to global Holocaust memory and representation. At the Cohen Center, Mary serves as the Community Relations Manager for JData, working with local Jewish federations and central agencies for Jewish education to collect, track, and learn from comprehensive data.