Rabbi Tsafi Lev is the Rabbis Without Borders National Coordinator. He is an accomplished speaker and educator. Ordained at JTS, Tsafi gained over a decade of pulpit experience before moving full-time into the true love of his rabbinate, teaching. Part of the founding faculty of de Toledo High School in West Hills, CA, Tsafi has proudly helped shape the Jewish curriculum of this innovative, pluralistic school.

He brings his passion for Judaism and teaching to the upcoming generation of Jewish educators as a long time Adjunct Lecturer in Bible and Jewish Philosophy for the Fingerhut School of Education Master of Arts in Education program at the American Jewish University in Los Angeles.

Rabbi Lev is also an accomplished writer and swimmer. In 2011 he completed the Write a Novel in a Month Challenge as well as swim the San Francisco Bay, from Alcatraz to Fisherman’s Wharf, earning 14th place in a competition of “the world’s fasted open water swimmers.” To commemorate that experience he now gets automatic monthly pulls of Aquaman at his local comic book store.