About Chana Gittle
From the first "pep rallies" given in her basement, to speaking to the almost 3000 participants of the Kinnus HaShluchos Convention, Chana Gittle's passion is to inspire, connect, uplift, and bring tools perspectives and a laugh or two to women in all stages of life.
Kugel, Chaos & Unconditional Love, is a well loved #1 Amazon Bestselling book read by people of all ages and backgrounds. Read a chapter
Her popular articles in The N’Shei Chabad Newsletter, Chabad.org, Mikvah.org, The Jewish Press, and other print and online publications, give women a reason to celebrate their role as the mainstay of the Jewish home, exploring the many tools Hashem has given them for endless joy, purpose and power in that role. She is a beloved friend to her readership - a friend with whom to laugh about life, cry joyful tears of gratitude, and journey to your better self. READ HER LATEST ARTICLE
As a Certified Transformational Life Coach, Chana Gittle knows that life is messy. Sometimes you need a safe and supportive friend to walk the journey with you. Someone with the tools and wisdom to help you find and create your own beautiful dream.
Chana Gittle's classes, Finding Joy in the Chaos and The Next Stage bring women together as a community to learn the tools and perspectives they need to create marriages and homes that are foundations for closeness, love, strength and blessing, while supporting one another, and having a fun time doing it.
As a facilitator for Pensylvania Women Work, Chana Gittle taught and mentored women from all backgrounds on taking the next steps in life as they transitioned back into the workworld.
Chana Gittle is the Founder and First President of Woman2Woman Toastmasters, helping women find the voice and self-confidence that life can sometimes steal from them. As a Distinguished Toastmaster, the highest level of recognition in the organization,
whose presentations and workshops warm, connect and inspire her audiences to grow, show up and approach life as a gift.
Chana Gittle is a Torah Observant woman, a wife and mother of 9 children, and the children she has been blessed with as they have married and created families of their own - plus a few "adopted" kids who have found their place in her home and heart.
Known for her love of walking, Chana Gittle was asked by the Pittsburgh community to be a Shabbos and Yom Tov Mikva Matron, serving the needs of the women who come to the city's one mikva that serves the numerous, diverse and united communities. A position she cherished while living there.