Tamar Fox is a writer and editor based in Philadelphia. She has gone hiking in Madagascar, found an abandoned synagogue in Suriname, and once got in a twitter fight with a British porn star about Holocaust films. She has worked for a variety of online publications including MyJewishLearning.com, Haggadot.com, Shma.com, and Jewcy.com, and as a project manager and communications consultant for non-profit organizations, like Hand in Hand: The Domestic Employers Network. Tamar currently works as a web writer focusing on content strategy for the City of Philadelphia new website. Learn more about what Tamar is working on now at her Current Projects page.
Tamar's writing has been published in the Washington Post, the Jerusalem Post, and Tablet Magazine among many others. Her first book, No Baths at Camp, was published in 2013, and is a PJ Library selection.
In 2014 Tamar was elected as a city committeeperson in the 30th ward of Philadelphia, and she was later elected secretary of the 30th ward Democratic party. She stepped down from the 30th ward when she began working for the City of Philadelphia.
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