Yosef Webb-Cohen, MDiv. joined JUFJ staff in 2019 as Jeremiah Fellowship Coordinator in Baltimore. Yosef is an educator committed to supporting individuals and communities in their journeys for personal, social, and cultural growth and change. Yosef is the Senior Educator of the Calico Hill Collective, developing experiences to support individuals and communities who are seeking to strengthen their capacity to live out their justice values and to engage effectively, ethically, and authentically across identity differences, including race, gender, sexuality, religion, class, immigration status, and disability/mental health among other differences. Yosef received his Masters of Divinity from Wesley Theological Seminary in NW Washington, DC where he focused his studies on interfaith (Jewish/Christian/Muslim) dialogue for peace, a BA in Anthropology with an emphasis on the experiences of indigenous Native American peoples, from California State University, Sacramento. He successfully completed 5 units of Clinical Pastoral Education and is trained as an interfaith and mental health chaplain. Yosef is currently pursuing an MSW at the University of Maryland, Baltimore.
Yosef uses they/them/theirs or he/him/his pronouns.