Hadas was born in Israel and grew up in a village where her family kept a dairy farm. She served as a social worker in the Israeli army and attended Haifa University where she graduated with a B.A degree majoring in English and Education. Hadas moved to Atlanta in the summer of 1999 and joined the Epstein School teaching staff, where she currently teaches in the middle school. Hadas holds a Master Judaic Studies and is an accomplished, skillful educator in the areas of second language acquisition, curriculum development and leadership. She is also a social emotional learning expert, focusing on creating inclusive culture in organizations.
My mom describes the eve of the Mimouna, where families held a gathering, like an “open house,” where anyone could stop by, enjoy a sweet treat, and visit with others.