Dina Rudaizky has been in Education for the past 24 years. She grew up in Denmark and graduated the Copenhagen Jewish Day School. Later she assumed the position as Director of the Jewish Youth Organization (B'nei Akiva) in Scandinavia. She served as camp Director for camps in Scandinavia and Europe. Mrs. Rudaizky received her Bachelor's degree in Professional Education from Brighton University, England, and earned her Teaching diploma from Bar-Ilan University and Washington-Hill in Israel. Mrs. Rudaizky started her teaching career in Israeli public schools, and afterwards joined the faculty at Solomon Schechter School in Memphis, TN, where she taught Hebrew and Judaic studies, coordinated the Tal Am Curriculum programs, and led prayer services for 11 years. In 2010, Mrs. Rudaizky moved to Houston,TX, and joined the faculty at Beth Yeshurun Day School, where she coordinated programs, mentored teachers and taught Hebrew and Judaic studies. Mrs. Rudaizky is a Holocaust scholar, and has worked with various public and private schools to integrate Holocaust Studies into their curriculum. This is Mrs. Rudaizky’s seventh year at the Adelson Campus. She is excited to be part of the Adelson family and believes that with creative and experiential learning, students can grow academically and spiritually.