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Sandra Lilienthal

Sandra Lilienthal is a Jewish Educator who has great enthusiasm for teaching Judaism as a living religion, and infusing true passion for it among those who study with her. She is part of the Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning faculty, an adjunct professor at Gratz College, and the author of Pillars of Judaism,...
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Nora Katz

Global Day ON AIR 2018: Nora Katz Travelers, Tourists, Pilgrims: Identity and Place in Journeys to the Jewish South LIVE on October 18 at 1pm CDT Nora Katz is the Director of Heritage and Interpretation at the Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life (ISJL). Based in Jackson, Mississippi, the ISJL is a trans-denominational organization committed...
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Dyonna Ginsburg and Rabbi Yedidya Sinclair

Dyonna Ginsburg is Executive Director of OLAM, a shared platform promoting global Jewish service and international development. Previously, Dyonna served as Director of Education and Service Learning at The Jewish Agency; Executive Director of Bema’aglei Tzedek, an Israeli social change NGO; and co-founder of Siach, a global network of Jewish social justice and environmental professionals....
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Ruth Messinger

Ruth W. Messinger is president of American Jewish World Service (AJWS), the world’s leading Jewish organization working to end poverty and realize human rights in the developing world. Ruth came to AJWS in 1998, after a 20-year career in public service in New York City. As a leading activist for human rights around the globe,...
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Rabbi Efrem Goldberg

Rabbi Efrem Goldberg is the Senior Rabbi of the Boca Raton Synagogue (BRS), a rapidly-growing congregation of over 750 families and over 1,000 children in Boca Raton, Florida. Rabbi Goldberg’s warm and welcoming personality has helped attract people of diverse backgrounds and ages to feel part of the BRS community, reinforcing the BRS credo of “Valuing...
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Abi Dauber Sterne

Abi Dauber Sterne is Vice President for Jewish Education and the Director of the Meyerhoff Center for Jewish Experience at Hillel international. In this role she works to ensure that every Hillel has a strong Jewish educational vision, excellent Jewish educators, and rich Jewish content to engage students. Signature initiatives include the Ezra Fellowship and...
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Leo Mock – lesson in Dutch

Amsterdam, The Netherlands / Teaching in Dutch Crescas About Leo Back to the index Doctoral Student Leo Mock studied Yeshiva in Israel. He also studied Jewish history at Bar-Ilan University and Ancient History at the University of Amsterdam. Since 1999 he has been a professor the Hebrew University of Amsterdam. Together with Rabbi Raphael Evers...
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Rabbi David Levin-Kruss: What Price Pluralism?

Nashville, TN, USA / Teaching in English This video was broadcast from The Jewish Federation of Nashville & Middle Tennessee. About Rabbi Levin-Kruss Back to the index Rabbi Levin-Kruss at Jewish Nashville was made possible through the generosity of Moishe & Libby Werthan, in recognition of teachers past and present at the Pardes Institute in...
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Rabbi Uri Lam: (Re)Creating the Amidah – lesson in Portuguese

Salvador, Bahia St, Brazil / Teaching in Portuguese Sociedade Israelita da Bahia About Rabbi Lam Back to the index Watch the video: (Re)Creating the Amidah: How the Prayer Came Into Being and How It Can Be Relevant to Our Lives Rabbi Uri Lam is the spiritual and community leader of Sociedade Israelita da Bahia (SIB)...
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Rabbi Elie Kaunfer: Creativity and Prayer Interpretation

New York, NY, USA / Teaching in English This video was broadcast from Mechon Hadar About Rabbi Kaunfer Back to the index Watch the video: How Can I Pray what I Don’t Believe? Creativity and Prayer Interpretation Rabbi Elie Kaunfer is Executive Director of Mechon Hadar. A  Dorot Fellow and Wexner Graduate Fellow, Elie is also...
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