Tikvah Visiting Fellow
Devorah Goldman is EPPC’s Tikvah Visiting Fellow. Her work focuses primarily on religion, medical culture, and public bioethics.
Ms. Goldman’s writing has appeared in National Affairs, The New Atlantis, The Weekly Standard, Regulation, The American Interest, Bloomberg BNA, The Public Discourse, Jewish Action, and other publications. She is a contributing editor for American Purpose and a board member for In Shifra’s Arms, a Jewish non-profit that supports women through challenging pregnancies.
Ms. Goldman has also helped spearhead several initiatives at the Tikvah Fund. These include the creation of a curriculum on the role of the Hebrew Bible in American history, which is currently being used as part of a two-year course offered by 20 Jewish day schools. Ms. Goldman has also developed a summer legal fellowship in partnership with the Blackstone Legal Fellowship and the Jewish Coalition for Religious Liberty, which will be launched in May 2021.
She previously worked as a legislative staffer in the U.S. Senate and an editor at National Affairs.