Who We Are
Sarah is married with two delightful children and has always had a keen interest in matchmaking. She is very excited about this amazing initiative!
I have always believed that there is someone for everyone and each and everyone of us has a soul mate. Sometimes we need that extra bit of help to find them. We Go Together is that extra help. I believe it’s a great initiative and so grateful to be part of it.
Father to two wonderful (and grown up) boys and a career in property. I think this is a wonderful initiative that goes to the heart of what makes a relationship and as such I am more than happy to be involved and help in any way I can. I look forward to meeting you for a coffee and chat!
Lady Daniela Pears
Daniela is married to Sir Trevor Pears and has 3 children. She qualified as a physiotherapist and returned to her profession once her children had grown as a volunteer for Jewish Care. Daniela gained enormous satisfaction mobilising and exercising elderly residents and training Care workers to assist with transfers to maximise a residents independence.
Daniela is a trustee and Inter faith chair of Mitzvah Day and was appointed Mayoress of Camden in recognition of her community engagement 2014-2015.
Susan is married, has two grown up children and worked in the fashion industry. She is currently engaged in writing a novel
I was widowed aged 36 with three children. Having experienced the single world, I endeavoured to introduce people and am responsible for two marriages. I now look forward to introducing many more.
Ilana fattal is an Artist. She was born in Tel - Aviv but has lived in London since 1993. She is married and has 3 children. Ilana loves art, music and people.
Lorraine been married for 22 years and has two children. She met her husband on a blind date following an introduction by two friends. Lorraine is deeply committed to helping single Jewish people meet their life partner.
I work as an optometrist in Radlett.I am married to Stephen and we have 3 daughters and 2 grandchildren.
Up until this year I was co-chair of Finchley Synagogue and having stood down from what was a rewarding and fulfilling three years I am now looking forward to working on this new and exciting initiative
Rebetzen Emma Taylor
Emma Taylor is the community rebetzen at Western Marble Arch Synagogue and teaches history at Beth Jacob Grammar school for girls. Emma is also a participant on the Chief Rabbi's Ma'ayan program educating women to be leaders within the orthodox Jewish community. Emma studied for a BA in history at Kings College, London and has a Masters in education and special education from Touro college in New York.