Sharon Israel Moskovitz was born in Ramat Gan, Israel. At age 3 she moved with her family to St Thomas, USVI, later to The Bahamas and from there to Miami. Sharon and her family also lived in Greece for a short time before moving back to Miami for a second time. In Miami Sharon was actively involved in her youth group and spent many summers in Israel. During her high school years she participated in the Young Judea Youth Program Chetz va Keshet and The March of the Living.
Sharon studied Liberal Studies at the University of Central Florida. At UCF Sharon was instrumental in the developing of an active Hillel program on campus. In 2002 she was chosen to represent UCF’s Hillel at an Advocacy Mission to Israel. Upon her return, Sharon became involved with Seeds of Peace and founded Knights for Israel, a political and socio-cultural organization on campus.
In 2006 Sharon returned to Miami and began working for Temple Judea in both the religious school and the Margaux Early Childhood Preschool. During that time she also served as the youth group advisor.
Sharon became the Youth Director in 2007. Sharon brings to Temple Judea her deep love for Israel and Judaism and hopes to provide an educational and fun environment for Temple Judea’s youth and families. Sharon also works closely with various committees and lay leaders to develop and carry out new and exciting programs at Temple Judea. In 2013 Sharon added Temple Program Coordinator to her job. She also works closely with various committees and lay leaders to develop and carry out new and exciting programs at Temple Judea.
Sharon is married to Jeffrey Moskovitz and when they aren’t boating or cheering for their beloved Miami Heat you can find them dining at their favorite local restaurants or even coming back from some exotic vacation. Sharon is also a self proclaimed connoisseur in Israeli cuisine and is always ready for shawarma and hummus. They added to their family with twin baby boys in June of 2013