Alexandra Friedman of New York was also living like other women. But now her name has been included in the list of selected Hasidic women doctors to become doctors in history.
In the ultra-Orthodox Jewish (Hasidic) community, women spend their entire lives raising children and following strict religious traditions. But in America, a Hasidic mother of ten children has managed to overcome the challenge of all constraints and fulfill her dream of becoming a doctor. Now he is an inspiration to the community.
Alexandra Friedman of New York was also living like other women. But now her name has been included in the list of selected Hasidic women doctors to become doctors in history. When Alexandra thought of becoming a doctor, she doubted it to friends. But he was determined and over the past four years worked hard for academia and family religious needs at the same time.
strong intentions a sign of commitment
Mother of an 8-month-old son to a 21-year-old daughter, Dr. Maryam A. Knoll, President of the Jewish Orthodox Women's Medical Association, says, "Achieving such a lofty goal while reconciling a complex conservative background is a sign of strong intention and commitment." Jewish women have benefited greatly from Alexandra. She is able to openly talk to him about her health issues. In the Corona period, he played an important role in making the orthodox people aware.