Research Passions: Torah umadda, educational technology, medical ethics
Aliza Goldstein is an associate researcher at the Center for Communal Research. She supports the Center’s senior staff in all aspects of the research process, conducting analyses that provide meaningful insights to the OU and its partners.
Aliza believes in the power of data to make informed decisions. She loves to uncover the picture hidden in the numbers.
Before joining the OU, Aliza worked at Hebrew Academy of Long Beach, using data to evaluate the academic standing of yeshiva day school students. She seamlessly combines multiple coding languages to clean, organize, and manipulate data. Aliza has also shared her love of numbers by teaching elementary school math.
Aliza graduated magna cum laude from Queens College with a BA in mathematics, concentrating in data science and statistics.
Aliza grew up in Woodmere, NY and now lives in Teaneck, NJ with her husband Evan. During her free time, Aliza loves to walk on the boardwalk, read, and test out new recipes.