Find out how this Orthodox Jewish divorced mother of two yeshiva boys succeeded against all odds, rising to become an award-winning civic leader, best-selling author, and entrepreneur.

About Amber

Over the past two decades, Amber Adler has worked as an esteemed C-Suite Executive and raised and allocated millions of dollars for education, family services, and special needs children. Renowned for her activism work in the Agunah Crisis, she has rallied for women refused a religious divorce and advocated for a New York State bill to make coercive control a Class E felony. She has also been a pivotal force in combating antisemitism and other hate crimes, via education. Amber enjoys and excels at building coalitions that unite diverse groups towards shared goals.

✔️ Executive

✔️ Award-Winning Advocate

✔️ #1 Best-Selling Author

✔️ Renowned Activist

✔️ former Democratic Nominee for NYC Council

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Amber’s Political Journey

Learn about Amber’s journey from Student Government to Party Nominee.

Amber Turned Her Pain into Purpose to Help Others

Today, Amber inspires and educates audiences both large and small, utilizing her hard-earned lessons as an agunah, extensive experience as an executive and award-winning activist strategy. Her blend of business acumen, resourcefulness, and personal insight provides her with a unique, algorithmic approach to igniting “Sparks of Strength” in attendees. Her research-driven presentations are highly sought after for their effectiveness. Amber is an exceptional choice for any organization seeking to deliver a powerful and engaging presentation. Click here to book Amber to speak at your company, organization or event.

What is an agunah? An agunah is a Jewish woman refused a religious divorce, known as a “gett” by her husband. In some cases he has deserted her or completely disappeared. She cannot remarry until she gives proof of his death or obtains a bill of divorce… Click here for more.

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