Lori Forman-Jacobi is a long-time Jewish professional having run Jewish educational programs for children, teens, and adults. Most recently, Lori worked as the director of the Jewish Journey Project for the past ten years located at The Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan. Before her tenure there, Lori was the principal of the Ivry Prozdor High School at the Jewish Theological Seminary and, earlier in her career, worked as the Director of Jewish Resouces at UJA-Federataion of New York. Having recently retired from full-time work, Lori is thrilled to be joining the travel seminar team of the Melton School. She and her husband love traveling and just returned from a month-long trip to Thailand and Vietnam after spending three months in Israel with their adult daughter who lives in Tel Aviv. Lori received rabbinical ordination from the Jewish Theological Seminary in 1988.