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Rabbi Dahlia Kronish
Rabbi Dahlia Kronish is High School Associate Head at the Heschel School in New York, NY, where she has worked for over ten years. The daughter and granddaughter of rabbis, Dahlia grew up in Jerusalem. She was ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City. For many summers, Dahlia worked at Camp Ramah in New England and before that at the Ramah-Noam sleep away camp and the Ramah Day Camp in Israel. She also served on The Bronfman Fellowship Faculty.
Rabbi Michael Knopf
Rabbi Michael Knopf is the Rabbi of Temple Beth-El in Richmond, VA. Named one of “America’s Most Inspiring Rabbis” by The Forward, he is dedicated to helping contemporary Jews meaningfully engage with their tradition, each other, and the world. Among his signature initiatives at Temple Beth-El is The Havurah Project, a program that brings diverse groups of congregants and community members together for monthly Shabbat dinners in each other’s homes. He holds degrees from Columbia University (History, Cum Laude), the Jewish Theological Seminary of America (Talmud and Rabbinics, Magna Cum Laude), and the American Jewish University (Master of Arts in Rabbinic Studies, Rabbinic Ordination).
Rabbi Adam Kligfeld
Rabbi Adam Kligfeld is Senior Rabbi of Temple Beth Am in Los Angeles, CA. He is a magna cum laude graduate of Columbia College, with a degree in psychology and Jewish history and was ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, with a focus on Talmud. Previously, he served at Congregation Eitz Chaim in Monroe, NY. Rabbi Kligfeld is an active member of the Board of Rabbis of Southern California and a graduate of the Hartman Institute’s Rabbinic Leadership Initiative. He served on the Committee on Jewish Law and Standards of the Conservative Movement for ten years and stimulated a process of self-review for the CJLS that culminated in a series of recommendations for its future work and progress.