Hosted by Gary Waleik and Faigy Barth
Seeking a lucrative and satisfying career, but don’t know which field to pursue? Career Forum is for you. Featuring engaging conversations with fascinating guests from a wide variety of popular fields in the frum community, each episode will leave you with a deep understanding of the field, its challenges, opportunities, and rewards.
Hosted by Dovid Becker, LCSW
Meet the real Masters of Social Work! Learn from their lives, their stories, and their therapy. Everything you’ve always wanted to know….and then some!
A native of Richmond, Virginia, Faigy Barth earned an undergraduate degree in Psychology, and completed her Master’s in Education & Special Education through Sara Schenirer. Her career experiences include teaching, working with individual children as a reading specialist, and as a school director. Currently the Director of Outreach in Sara Schenirer, Faigy is passionate about helping women worldwide choose meaningful careers and earn high-quality degrees in the most efficient and positive way. Faigy relishes the opportunity to meet new guests, hear their stories, and share valuable information with you!
Formerly the producer of NPR’s Only A Game, Gary Waleik is the creator and Executive Producer of The Command Module, an elite podcast production studio. In addition to Sara Schenirer’s Career Forum and Masters of Social Work, Waleik produces critically acclaimed podcasts for the Orthodox Union (Saturday to Shabbos), Lubavitch International Magazine (Lamplighters: Stories From Chabad Emissaries on the Jewish Frontier) and for The BT Center (Shuva Full Circle).
For 27 years, Waleik produced NPR’s Only A Game, an award winning weekly sports magazine radio program. He served as Senior Producer for 20 years and, in 2018, won the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award for Best Sports Reporting. Waleik is a former professional musician whose songs are still used in Hollywood, independent film and television soundtracks.
Gary lives near Boston with his wife and davens at Chabad Center of Natick.