“During the summer of 2009, Adina Gerver joined the Public Relations and Financial Resources Development Department of Beit Morasha of Jerusalem.  Adina’s main area of responsibility was to write and edit public relations material, which she did with superb skill. She was particularly involved in editing and formatting abstracts for the Beit Morasha’s academic conference on ‘War and Peace.’  In addition, Adina advised our department on social media and edited photos for special donor presentations.  She also initiated and marketed a program for youth trips to Israel. Adina combined intelligence, diligence and a pleasant personality that allowed her to work well with the rest of our staff and made working with her both enjoyable and productive.”
–Paul Wimpfheimer, Vice President, Beit Morasha of Jerusalem

“Adina Gerver is a great grant writer. She is extremely efficient yet does not compromise on substance and accuracy. She helped me present my project in a way that was both true to my own objectives and rigorously conformed to the guidelines of the grant I was applying for. She is a master of clear articulation and of English style. With her help, I feel that I made the best case possible to the funding agency. More importantly, she taught this novice grant writer valuable lessons that will facilitate any application for future funding.”
–Dr. Tzemah Yoreh, Assistant Professor of Bible, Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies, American Jewish University (formerly University of Judaism)

“Adina Gerver brings a much needed voice to the scene of young Jewish writers. Combining a punchy style with thorough research, she deftly bridges journalism and scholarship. Her thoughtful posts and well-written articles are bringing the insights of the Jewish tradition to a whole new generation of readers.”
–Rabbi Ethan Tucker, Ph.D., President, Rosh Yeshiva, and chair in Jewish Law at Mechon Hadar

“Adina’s editing takes into account both the forest and the trees: while retaining her concern for a piece’s global message, she is capable of minute, exacting attention to the individual words and phrases that convey that message. Whether assisting me with revising a personal essay or a technically rigorous dissertation chapter, she demonstrates her finely tuned ear for the English language. A pleasure to work with, she helps writers to express themselves with clarity, economy, and verve.”
–Dr. Miriam Udel, Associate Professor of Yiddish Language, Literature, and Culture, Emory University

“Adina Gerver was my right-hand at the Covenant Foundation when she was a recent Harvard grad. She thinks clearly, writes persuasively, organizes brilliantly and is a very fast learner. She is someone to turn to when you need to sharpen your focus, put things in perspective, or present a lot of information persuasively. She has my highest recommendation.”
–Dr. Judith Ginsberg, Executive Director, Nash Family Foundation