Caryn Roman is an experienced Judaics educator, musician, and nonprofit professional. In over a decade of working with children, teens, and families, she has developed expertise in program management and administration, experiential education, private tutoring, and group instruction.
Caryn is a graduate of New York University’s Wagner School of Public Service and holds a Master’s degree in nonprofit management, as well as a Bachelor’s degree in communications from Boston University. A frequent teacher, tutor and worship leader in synagogues and community organizations across the country, Caryn specializes in supporting students and their families in creating personalized Bar and Bat Mitzvah celebrations. She is proficient in written and spoken Hebrew and has a wide repertoire of Jewish and secular music.
Caryn originally hails from the Detroit area, where her multi-branched family encouraged her passions for music, reading, writing, and community service. She spent more than 10 years serving in seasonal and year-round roles with the Union for Reform Judaism’s youth and camping programs, and is currently working toward an M.A. in Religious Education at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York. In her spare time she enjoys exercise, reading and going to the theatre.