Aliza Kline is a dynamic leader and social entrepreneur. She serves as the founding executive director of OneTable (onetable.org) a platform for millennials to end their week with intention and create unique Shabbat dinners. In its first few years, OneTable inspired and supported more than 9,500 dinners across the country, engaging more than 67,000 young adults. Aliza was also the founding executive director of Mayyim Hayyim Community Mikveh and Education Center in Boston, an international model for re-imagining Jewish ritual open to the full diversity of the Jewish community.
In 2009, Aliza was awarded an Avi Chai Fellowship. A trained coach and design thinking facilitator, Aliza has worked with clients throughout North America and Israel. She earned her BA from Washington University in St. Louis and her MPA from New York University. She lives in Brooklyn, New York with her husband Bradley Solmsen and their daughters Ela, Gila and Nomi.
Aliza Kline discusses the self-organizing model of this millennial organization and the special nature of Shabbat that brings people together in a unique way.