Nicola Behrman is the founder and creator of 7OM Alchemy, an online portal for creative magic and miracles. She is the resident energy alchemist and spiritual sage at the Ojai Valley Inn & Spa in California, and travels the world leading guided meditation journeys, officiating ceremonies and sharing sacred sounds. Born and raised in London, she is also a playwright and an author, and dedicates 10Q to her grandparents, Edith & Alan Lindsey-Lewis, who taught her that asking questions and holding space is the secret sauce to all magic-making.
Ben Greenman is a contributing writer to The New Yorker and a New York Times-bestselling author who has written both fiction and nonfiction.
Amelia Klein has a PhD in History. Her research focuses on cultural memory - the impact of the past on the present, how family history shapes individual identities and how video testimonies can help facilitate intergenerational dialogue. She currently teaches a course on historical trauma at the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration. Originally from Sydney, Australia, she now lives in Chicago.
Reboot is an arts and culture non-profit that reimagines and reinforces Jewish thought and traditions. As a premier R&D platform for the Jewish world, we catalyze our Rebooter Network of preeminent creators, artists, entrepreneurs and activists to produce experiences and products that evolve the Jewish conversation and transform society.
All Reboot projects imagine Jewish ritual and tradition afresh, offering an inviting mix of discovery, experience and reflection through events, exhibitions, recordings, books, films, DIY activity toolkits and apps. These projects have engaged over a million participants and continue to inspire Jewish connections and meaning by encouraging participants to become creators in their Jewish experience.
Our year-round activities are bookended by two annual tentpole events—the Reboot Summit, a closed gathering that convenes a diverse group of prominent Jewish change agents in an intellectually-provocative environment that inspires them to discover new ways to engage with their Judaism; and the Jewish Ideas Festival, a two-day conference of the world’s top Jewish thinkers, makers and artists presenting big new ideas in the space of Jewish arts and culture for the world to see.