Caroline is what some might call the quintessentially “engaged Jew.” She is from an interfaith family with a strong Jewish identity, grew up in a Conservative synagogue, attended Jewish day school, and volunteered with Jewish organizations. However, as a graduate student and young professional, Caroline did not find outlets to engage with Judaism like she had in the past. She came to Tribe 12 through the Tribe 12 Fellowship, which provided her with a Jewish lens for the social enterprise she wanted to develop. Before beginning the Tribe 12 Fellowship, Caroline hadn’t realized that she was missing the integration of Jewish thought and practice into her professional life. In her time as a Fellow Caroline gained new perspectives and some of her greatest personal and professionals supporters in Philadelphia. Caroline’s positive experience in the Fellowship led her to seek out Tribe 12’s in-house matchmaker who introduced her to a handsome rabbinical student, Nathan–her now-husband and father of their daughter!