Devorah Goldman

Devorah Goldman

Tikvah Visiting Fellow

@DevorahCGoldman

Devorah Goldman is EPPC’s Tikvah Visiting Fellow. Her work focuses on religion, culture, and public policy, with an emphasis on Jewish belief and practice.

Ms. Goldman is a special assistant to the chief executive officer of, and research analyst at, the Tikvah Fund. She is also a board member of In Shifra’s Arms, a Jewish nonprofit that supports women through challenging pregnancies.

Ms. Goldman’s writing has appeared in National AffairsThe Weekly StandardRegulationThe American InterestBloomberg BNAPublic DiscourseJewish Action, and other publications. Much of her past work has focused on medical policy and medical culture.

Ms. Goldman was previously a legislative fellow at the Orthodox Union Advocacy Center, a legislative staffer in the U.S. Senate, and an assistant editor at National Affairs. She has a B.A. from Queens College, CUNY, and an M.S.W. from Hunter College School of Social Work.


The Story of Ruth

Published in The American Interest on May 24, 2020


When to Leave?

Published in The American Interest on April 4, 2020



Recovering Friendship

Published in Public Discourse on March 19, 2020