Audrey N. Glickman serves as Rabbi’s Assistant to Rabbi Seth Adelson. She coordinates his schedule, correspondence, and communications, provides interface with the Religious Services Committee, and also performs many congregation-wide tasks such as preparing the weekly Shabbat Bulletin and managing the preparations of rising benei mitzvah, other life-cycle events, and yahrzeits and plaques.
She writes the congregational blog “I’ve Always Wondered,” located at www.bethshalompgh.org/ive-always-wondered/.
In that blog, and always in consultation with Rabbi Adelson, Audrey often answers questions about The Law. This is fairly well the same job she did when she served as chief of staff to the Pittsburgh city council president (with questions about the City Code) and when she worked as a legal secretary (with questions about the Securities Exchange Act of 1934). Audrey has also served as director of finance and operations at Pittsburgh Musical Theater, and as managing director of the Mary Miller Dance Company. And she worked in advertising and theatre, and seems to have made yet another career of Clearing the House of Mom (z”l).
A native Pittsburgher and graduate of Minadeo, Allderdice, and Pitt, also holding a diploma in digital design, Audrey is the proud mom of two illustrious sons, and is the author of the soon-to-be released (August 2019) book Pockets: The Problem with Society Is in Women’s Clothing. And she enjoys a well-chanted haftarah.