Dori Adler has been teaching in the Jewish community for the past two decades. A native of Cranston, Dori graduated from the University of Rhode Island with two Bachelors of Arts Degrees in Psychology and Women Studies.
She has a long history with Rhode Island’s Jewish community, especially with Torat Yisrael, first as a student and Bat Mitzvah, and later as a Judaics teacher. As a youth, she continued her Jewish education at the Harry Elkin Midrasha Community High School and enjoyed many years as a camper and counselor at Camp JORI. Dori has been a creative and valued instructor at Congregation Beth David’s South County Hebrew School, Torat Yisrael’s Cohen School, and at Temple Am David’s Louis and Goldie Chester Religious School. She currently is a substitute teacher at the Jewish Community Day School of Rhode Island. Dori is an active member of her children's school P.T.O. board, serving most recently as Vice President, and was the John Wickes Elementary School, Volunteers of Warwick (VOWS) Coordinator for three years.
She loves to read, travel with her family, and enjoys running and hiking with her dog, Cece. Dori resides in Warwick with her husband and two children.