Dr. Francene Sokol, Assistant Director of HaZamir, earned her M.A. and Ph.D. from Brandeis University. Her research on the mathematical modeling of human vision is published in leading academic journals. Dr. Sokol was a professor of Linguistic and Cognitive Sciences at Brown University and a neuropsychology fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital. She then served as Mathematics Department Chair and taught mathematics for many years at the Maimonides School, MetroWest Jewish Day School and Gann Academy. Dr. Sokol has studied and performed instrumental and vocal music since childhood, and has performed in numerous instrumental, theater and choral groups. Dr. Sokol has participated for over twenty-five years at the North American Jewish Choral Festival. She is thrilled to be working for the Zamir Choral Foundation, passing the joy of Jewish choral music to the next generation, including her own children who are members of HaZamir and Zamir Noded.
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