Religious Educator Pam Rosen

“I love being Jewish and I enthusiastically embrace the opportunity to pass on this love of Judaism to our children.”


Pam Rosen is Director of Religious School Education at Congregation B’nai Tzedek. Recognized as a leader and teacher within both the B’nai Tzedek and Jewish community at large, Pam is a master teacher and an excellent administrator. Both children and adults have benefited from her tutelage for over 25 years.

Pam enthusiastically embraces her role as Director, working to develop an exciting, innovative school program that utilizes the latest advances in Jewish education and technology. By involving parents and caregivers, Pam advances her goals of linking the generations, educating our children in the ways of Torah and promoting Jewish education as a lifelong process by integrating into the curriculum family programming that is hands-on, meaningful and exciting.

Pam and her family have been active members of Congregation B’nai Tzedek and the Orange County community for many years. She has served as President of Congregation B’nai Tzedek, President of the Orange County Jewish Educator’s Association of Orange County, a Board member of the Orange County Bureau of Jewish Education, is a member of the National Association of Temple Educators and the national organization NewCAJE (Coalition for the Advancement of Jewish Education).

Pam and her husband Joel live in Fountain Valley where they raised daughters Shayna and Eliana and where they continue to try and keep up with both girls’ active lives.


“A study conducted by the Carnegie Institute found that the #1 factor most directly responsible for leading children in one direction or the other is having three positive adult role models that are NOT their parents; give me the privilege of being one of those positive adult role models.”