CCJW 2022 – Faculty




Esti is a mentor and role model to women of all ages and backgrounds, and is much sought after for her advice about relationships, parenting and spiritual growth. A popular and highly respected speaker, with a special passion for inspiring Jewish brides as they begin their Jewish homes, Esti has been invited to speak at Jewish adult education venues in cities around the country on a wide variety of topics. In addition to being a Jewish educator, Esti was an IT Consultant for over 25 years, and enjoys a fulfilling career as a Relationships and Life Coach – but her favorite role is that of a wife, mother and grandmother to her family.

At the age of two, Betys contracted polio which left her a paraplegic. Despite her disability, Betys is a successful full time translator/interpreter, wife, mother, and grandmother. She recently retired from the FBI after 35 years of service where she worked being certified in three languages. She has also served as the principal of an Orthodox kindergarten in Mexico CIty, taught Jewish Studies in high school and seminary and has been an instructor for NCSY. In addition, Betys has been a mentor and a member of several Advisory Boards on Disability Affairs and Equal Opportunity Employment and in 2014 she received an award from the FBI Director for ‘Outstanding Service To Disabled Employees Or By A Disabled Employee’.

Sunny Levi is one of ten certified female seventh-degree black belts in the country. In addition to being a Taekwondo master and an elite athlete who was once on a path to the Olympics, she was also a professional actress, appearing in numerous commercials and films and aspiring to work her way up to what she thought was “the top,” becoming a Hollywood star. Then Sunny made some major turns in her life. She is now a Torah observant mother of six, fitness trainer, self-defense and yoga instructor, and emunah life coach who is passionate about eating clean, the outdoors, and being best friends with G-d.

Eve Levy is Co-Director of the L’Chaim Center in Deerfield and a beloved and inspirational teacher and spiritual guide to women across the country.  She has been a trip leader on Momentum trips to Israel and in 2017 created and now has led several powerful women’s trips called The Poland-Israel Journey, which is very dear to her soul, being a granddaughter of 4 Holocaust survivors. Her passion is helping Jewish women find their unique light, connect to their Judaism in a way that is meaningful to them, and guide them along their spiritual journeys.

Lee Netzky, NC, BCHN, is board certified in holistic nutrition, earned a Bachelor’s degree from University of Southern California, graduated Bauman College of Holistic Nutrition in Berkeley, CA, and continues her post graduate education through Harvard Medical School. She is a member of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals and the American Association of Nutrition Consultants.  Lee is the former Director of Nutrition for Attune Health in Beverly Hills, CA, a clinic devoted to autoimmune and inflammation care and research. Further, she’s served as a nutrition consultant for CARD, the Center for Autism Related Disorders. She currently splits her time between Chicago and Nashville, and is the Director of Clinical Nutrition at the Hypertension Institute at St. Thomas West Hospital.

Slovie Jungreis Wolff is a noted teacher, author, relationships and lecturer.  She is the daughter of Rebbitzen Esther Jungreis z”l, renowned Rebbetzin, author of Life is a TestThe Committed Marriage, and The Committed Life, and founder of Hineni International. Slovie is the leader of Hineni Couples and the author of “Raising A Child With Soul.” She gives weekly classes and has lectured throughout the U.S., Canada, and South Africa.