Elana Pomeranz (nee Eisenberg), was born and raised in Manhattan, and received her undergraduate degree from Barnard College, where she majored in European history. She also earned a Master’s degree in learning disabilities at Hunter College, while teaching Judaic Studies at the Ramaz Middle school. When the Pomeranzes moved to Israel in the summer of 2002, Elana taught several courses at Michlalah Jerusalem College for Women, including an advanced textual Prophets class. During the five years that the Pomeranzes lived in Denver, Elana supported her husband’s role as Associate Rabbi at Aish Denver and taught an advanced classes for women in Prophets, Prayer, and Psalms. She also directed the Aish Denver Hebrew School, which doubled its student body to eighty children during her four year tenure. Elana gets excited when others share her enthusiasm for Torah and prayer to G-d. She also enjoys hosting guests for Shabbos and spending quality time with her husband and children.