Einat Cohen-Nissan Glen is a Hebrew teacher at the public school system in Florida, at the Ben Gamla Charter school. She is the Director and the founder of the Chalutzim Program – an afternoon program for Israeli students to learn Hebrew, Israeli culture and tradition, A Hebrew lecturer at college FIU in North Miami. Einat is also the Florida Representative for the Naale Elite Academy Program – Free High School in Israel and the Director of the Merkaz Ivrit at the OSRUI – summer camp in Wisconsin, where she was a Shlicha nearly 30 years ago.
Einat has thirty years teaching experience, both in Israel and the United State. In Israel, she worked for the Board of Education as a homeroom teacher for 4th-6th Grade, student council and the cultural and educational events coordinator. In the US, Einat taught Hebrew and Judaic for grades 5 -8 in the Jewish day school BZAEDS .
Einat holds a bachelor’s degree in Hebrew Literature and Education Management from Tel Aviv University, teaching certificate in Hebrew Literature from Hebrew University in Jerusalem and a certificate in Production/Management from the College of Management in Tel Aviv, Masters’ degree in Education Administration/Supervision of Education from Loyola University in Chicago, as part of a JELE (Jewish Education Leadership) program for Jewish communities leadership and she is a certified teacher by the Florida Board of Education in Hebrew Literature.