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Director of Hebrew Programs, Gratz Advance; Director, JCHS & JOLT

Dina Maiben is the Assistant Director of Gratz Advance, the Director of the Jewish Community High School and JOLT: Jewish Online Learning for Teens, as well as an Adjunct Instructor and Hebrew Coordinator for Gratz College. Dina has worked extensively in the field of Jewish Education, in both formal and informal settings.  She has served as a Hebrew School director, classroom teacher, youth director, camp counselor, program director, and consultant.  She was the founding chair of Monmouth County’s Commission on Jewish Education.  Dina has authored nineteen books and more than two dozen journal articles and stories.  Nationally recognized for her work in the area of Hebrew reading instruction, her Hebrew primer, Alef Bet Quest, won the Association of Educational Publishers’ Distinguished Achievement Award for World Language in 2010.  Her most recent book, Ready, Set…Go Alef Bet!, is the first fully integrated multi-media Hebrew pre-primer. She also co-authored Z’man Likro and Z’man L’tefilah.

Dina holds an M.A. in Jewish Studies and an Advanced Certificate in Jewish Education from Gratz College, and a B.A. in Middle East Studies: Hebrew from the University of Utah.  She also studied at the University of Haifa in Haifa, Israel.  Dina is currently a doctoral candidate at Gratz College.

Manager of Information Technology/ Director of Campus Security

Email: [email protected]  
Phone: 215-635-7300 x174

Suzette Martinez-Quiles started as an IT Help Desk Intern at Gratz College on March 2007. She graduated from DeVry University June 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Network and Communication Management. Gratz College hired Suzette as a Full-time Systems Support Specialist on September 2007. In June 2009, she graduated with high honors from Keller Graduate School of Management with a Master of Arts in Business Administration and a concentration in Security Management. On June 2010 Suzette was promoted to Manager of Information Technology.

Administrative Assistant Office of Academic Affairs

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 215-635-7300 x172

Maintenance
Interim Dean of Academic Affairs

Email:[email protected]  
Phone: 215.635.7300 x120

Honour H. Moore, EdD, is the Interim Dean and Director of the Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership. She holds a B.A. in American Studies, from Rosemont College; an M.A in History, from Villanova University, and an EdD in Leadership, from Nova Southeastern University. She has over 30 years of experience in higher education administration, having served as Dean in three different institutions, where she was instrumental in developing and implementing accelerated undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Dr. Moore has also served as a consultant to more than a dozen institutions, primarily in the area of program development, faculty training, and organizational trouble shooting. In addition to her work in administration, Dr. Moore has been teaching on ground and online, for a number of different institutions, primarily in the areas of history and education. She has presented widely on the topic of adult program development and best practices in the facilitation of adult learning. Her dissertation focused on the perceptions held by academic administrators of accelerated degree programs for adult learners. Dr. Moore came to Gratz College in 2016 as a consultant for new program development where she was responsible for re-designing the Doctorate in Education to attract a wider audience. In 2017 she became the director of that program, and in the summer of 2018 became the Interim Dean.

 

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