I'm honored to be included on the Forward's list of top ten women worth reading (Thank you Batya Ungar-Sargon!) It's been an amazing 2014, full of intense writing, debate and community building. Some of the highlights for me were: * Creating the Facebook group for people who are FEDDD UPPPP with the status of women in Orthodoxy (FEDDD UPPPPP: Feminist Forum For Empowerment and Exchange to Discuss, Debate, Defuse and Unpack Unfair and Uncompassionate Patriarchal Practices and Paradigms in Positive and Proactive ways...) that now has nearly 1800 members and has become an amazing place of support and collegiality (a virtual conscious-raising group) *Covering the awful Freundel scandal ("the pervert with the pulpit" ) and helping be a part of a community-wide conversation to change power structures and control of wommen's intimate lives in the religious Jewish world * Launching my new book, The War on Women in Israel, and going on a great book tour (two actually) around the United States to talk to people about this important topic * Doing an interview on the Brian Lehrer show on NPR :-) (And thanks to all the other interviews as well -- NPR Chicago Jerome MacDonnell, Voice of Israel, TLV, The Jewish Channel, etc) * Weighing in on the terrible war in Israel, and coming out with my own story of political evolution, from yeshivah girl to feminist peace activist at Lilith (expect more on this in 2015) * Winning the National Jewish Book Council for my previous book, Educating in the Divine Image , with my colleague and co-author Dr Chaya Gorsetman (my SECOND JBC award.... wow) * My El Al experience with haredi men on Tablet that went viral (who would have thought.....) * My commentary on Kallah Teachers that also went viral * Joining the board of the amazing El Halev with Yudit Sidikman (more on this in 2015 too) * Helping my husband, Jacob Sztokman, provide 275,000 hot nutritious meals to children in the slums of Mumbai, 1000 each day prepared by 140 women in a women's empowerment cooperative. Read more about Gabriel Project Mumbai here Thanks everyone for the great conversation and for all the important work in trying to make the world a better place for women (and MEN!) Have a great 2015!