Kate Bigam Kaput

Smiling brunette woman in her thirties

Kate Bigam Kaput (she/her) is a professional health and wellness writer living in Cleveland, OH, and the former assistant director of marketing and communications (messaging and branding) for the Union for Reform Judaism; in this role, she served as content manager and editor for ReformJudaism.org. A prolific essayist, Kate has written for The Washington PostCleveland Magazine, and more; her personal essays appear in the anthologies BODY TALK: 37 Voices Discuss Our Radical Anatomy and Living Jewishly: A Snapshot of a Generation.

“Interfaith” and Beyond

Kate Bigam Kaput
When it comes to partnerships in which one person is Jewish and the other is not, there are lots of descriptors, and lots of terms you might hear used to refer to your family. We asked five couples to tell us how they describe themselves and their families' religious identity - and why.

13 Jewish Stories about Moms for Mother’s Day

Kate Bigam Kaput
This Mother’s Day, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite stories about moms to share with you. We hope you’ll read them, enjoy them, relate to them, comment on them, and maybe share stories of your own mothers. Happy Mother’s Day!

Every Brisket Recipe You'll Ever Need

Kate Bigam Kaput
Do you have a favorite brisket recipe? If you've not yet decided on your go-to, or you just want to try out a new one, we've got your covered with these seven recipes, all very different and all very delicious.