Rabbi Harry Rosenberg
B.A degree in Judaic Studies SUNY
Received semicha from the Chief Rabbinate of Israel
Founder of the Theological Research Institute, a nationally accredited institution.
Rabbi Rosenberg is an executive member of Homa U’Migda
Rabbi Rosenberg has a long history in community volunteering and working with youth. Rabbi Rosenberg is the founder of the Baka beis medrash.
Candidate for Masters in Jewish History, Touro University
B.S. Speech and Language Pathology, Yeshiva University,
Certificate in Teaching, Michlalah Jerusalem College for Women Judaic Studies Education
Rabbi Dan Roth
Studied in the Mir (Jerusalem) and received semicha from the Chief Rabbinate of Israel
Author of "Relevance: Pirkei Avos for the Twenty First Century"
His ability to take Torah ideals and communicate them in today's language - a thread that runs throughout his book - led him to establish Torah Live. He is an admired teacher, as well as a sought-after lecturer in schools and communities throughout the world.
Assistant Instructor, University of Pennsylvania, 2020
Masters degree in Applied Positive Psychology, University of Pennsylvania, 2018
Masters degree in Clinical Sociology from University of North Texas, 2011
Rosh Habura in the Mir Yeshiva, Jerusalem, 2005-2011
Semicha from Beth Medrash Govoha, Lakewood, 2002
Career guidance program manager for Shor Yoshuv, 2012-2013, and BMG, 2014-2019, helping hundreds of students find a path towards financial independence
Author of The Jewish Art of Self-Discovery, Urim (2013)
Gallup Certified Strengthsfinder Coach
High performance consultant to a rapidly growing financial technology company
B.A. degree University Tel Aviv,
M.B.A in Economics from Bowling Green University,
Completed army service with the rank of Captain ,
Served as Foreign Policy Advisor to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, from March 2001 through July 2002, and as Israel's Ambassador to the United States, from July 2002 through November 2006. He has also served as a Member of the Executive Board, University Center, Ariel; Vice Chair of the Israel-America Chamber of Commerce, and a Board Member of the America-Israel Friendship League.
He received the Brandeis Award of the Jewish Community of Baltimore in 2005 and the Builder of Jerusalem Award of Aish Hatorah in 2008.
Daniel Ayalon was elected to the 18th Knesset in February 2009 on the Yisrael Beitenu list and in April 2009 was appointed Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, serving until February 2013.