Our Team

The people who bring the Adamah experience to life

Meet our wonderful staff of dedicated individuals working across North America and Israel.
Abby Bresler

Abby Bresler

Jewish Youth Climate Movement Manager

Abby Bresler has a background in both national and local youth climate justice organizing and helping movements center equity and inclusion. She is a graduate of Dartmouth College, and enjoys music and writing in her free time.


Chicago, IL

Adam Berman

Adam Berman

Chief Strategy Advisor

Founded Urban Adamah and served as its first Executive Director from 2010 – 2019. Prior to that he served as the Executive Director of the Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center (2002 – 2009), where he also founded the Adamah Fellowship. MBA Cal.



Berkeley, CA

Sunflower in bloom

Alena Antaniuk

Retreat Services Manager




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Alex Antaniuk

Hospitality Services Manager



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Alexa White

Farmer Educator

Alexa is committed to growing a culture of care as an educator and land steward. Her background is in outdoor & STEAM education, program administration, and community health work. She is passionate about connecting people with the land and each other.



Bunch of colorful carrots

Alizabeth Stack

Hospitality Supervisor


Isabella Freedman

Ally Pockrass Nagle

Marketing and Communications Manager

Ally’s background is in art, art history, and writing. She loves to garden, cook, and eat, and is obsessed with tichels (headscarves) and the rise of the farmfluencer. Ally enjoys spending time with her husband, son, and labradoodle.



New York, NY

Amit Weitzer

Amit Weitzer

Director, Adamah Detroit

For the past 15 years, Amit has supported collaborative teams committed to youth leadership and community development. Amit has a MSW from the University of Michigan and loves spending time outside with family and friends.



Detroit, MI

Amy Lustig

Amy Lustig

Director of Immersive Retreats

Amy believes in immersive experience and its transformative power to shape individuals and build community. With years of experience in retreats and summer camp, she is very excited to have the opportunity to continue this work at Pearlstone.



Amy Price

Adamah ATL Community Program Coordinator

Amy is Adamah ATL’s lead educator. She was trained in outdoor Jewish environmental education through the Teva Learning Center and is known throughout the Atlanta Jewish community as a leader in outdoor education. She has taught people of all ages from kids at Jewish Kids groups, to local synagogues and at Camp Ramah Darom.


Atlanta, Georgia