Kate Bigam Kaput
Kate Bigam Kaput (she/her) is the assistant director of messaging and branding for the Union for Reform Judaism and serves as a content manager and editor for ReformJudaism.org. A prolific essayist, Kate has written for The Washington Post, Cleveland Magazine, HeyAlma.com, and more; her personal essays appear in the anthologies BODY TALK: 37 Voices Discuss Our Radical Anatomy and Living Jewishly: A Snapshot of a Generation. Kate grew up at Temple Beth Shalom in Hudson, OH, and resides in Cleveland with her husband, Mike.
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Oh, what a year it’s been. With 2020 quickly approaching, we’ve rounded up the top Reform Movement stories of 2019, listed here in no particular order. From our family to yours, we wish you a very happy, healthy secular new year!
Whether you want to re-read your favorite addresses from the Biennial or will be experiencing them here for the first time, we're doing our best to get everything online and available to you. Stay tuned all week long as we continue to update this list with links to additionall addresses.
We're less than one week away from the start of the URJ Biennial, and we know you have questions about what to expect in the way of logistics. Here, we answer some of your most pressing questions – and you can find a more robust FAQ on the Biennial website.