Nomi Schneck teaches in the Dr. Beth Samuels High School Program. She is a PhD candidate in Medieval Art and Archaeology at Princeton University. Guided by her fascination with the relationship between Jewish texts and the arts, as well as studying Jewish life and culture through objects, her research focuses on medieval illuminated Hebrew manuscripts. Nomi received an MA in Jewish Art and Visual Culture from the Jewish Theological Seminary and an MA in Bible from Yeshiva University’s Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies. She previously served as a faculty member at Yavneh Academy and Ma’ayanot High School. Nomi is looking forward to returning to Drisha’s high school program for her fifth summer.