Users, your new Experience Specialist is here! Meet Pammie.

Please welcome Pammie, our new User Experience Specialist, to the OneTable team! We are thrilled to have her join us, and for her to make sure every OneTable User is fully supported in creating awesome and impactful Friday nights. Reach out to say hi. Now get to know a little about her:

Screenshot 2017-10-30 10.39.04What brought you to OneTable?

Celebrating Shabbat always makes me feel good. It gives me the time and space to take a break from the craziness of life, to just enjoy the moment, and be surrounded by good friends or family. I attended a OneTable dinner in early 2017 and thought the idea was pretty great! So when the opportunity came up to actually work for OneTable, I was really excited to have the chance to be part of a team working to facilitate meaningful Shabbat experiences like the ones I’ve been able to enjoy.

Favorite Foods?

Marzipan chocolate rugelach straight from the oven. Really gooey grilled cheese and tomato soup. Almost anything Mediterranean/Middle Eastern (or just a chunk of really good feta cheese).

What will you be doing with OneTable?

Helping to make sure all our guests and hosts have a great experience every time they interact with us- whether that’s on the app, our platform, or during their Friday night dinners. If you have any feedback about your experience with OneTable and our online platform, I’m here to listen!

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What’s your favorite Friday Night Memory?

I studied abroad in Haifa and one Friday, a few friends and I decided to walk to a local synagogue. It was a bit of a schlep to get over there but on the way we got to see the most beautiful sunset over the Haifa bay. After services, one of the congregants invited all of us back to his home for one of the most incredible Shabbat dinners I’ve ever had. His whole family was so welcoming and we sang songs and enjoyed amazing home-cooked food well past midnight.

What’s your free time spent doing?

Finding the best happy hours in DC, checking out new restaurants, sweating it up at OrangeTheory (I’m actually kind of obsessed), trying out crockpot recipes, and watching Ellen (every single day).

OneTable empowers people who don’t yet have a consistent Shabbat dinner practice to build one that feels authentic, sustainable, and valuable. The OneTable community is funded to support people (21-39ish), not in undergraduate studies, and without an existing weekly Shabbat practice, looking to find and share this powerful experience.

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