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Rabbi Micha’el Rosenberg

Rabbi Micha'el Rosenberg is faculty at Hadar. He received rabbinic ordination both from the Chief Rabbinate of Israel and from his teacher, Rav Elisha Ancselovits. He also holds a PhD in Talmud and Rabbinics from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Micha’el has served as associate professor of rabbinics at Hebrew College, and as the rabbi of the Fort Tryon Jewish Center in Washington Heights. He is the author of Signs of Virginity: Testing Virgins and Making Men in Late Antiquity (Oxford University Press, 2018), and with Rabbi Ethan Tucker, he is the co-author of Gender Equality and Prayer in Jewish Law (Ktav, 2017).

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Rabbi Elie Lehmann

Rabbi Elie Lehmann is Director of Hadar Boston. He studied for two years as a fellow at Yeshivat Hadar and has served as Campus Rabbi and University Chaplain at Boston University Hillel since graduating from Hebrew College Rabbinical School in 2017. Elie served as the Inaugural Director of Kulanu’s Global Teaching Fellows, with whom he taught and built curricula for Jewish communities in Kenya, Ghana, India and beyond. While in Rabbinical School, Elie co-founded Matchme, an online crowdfunding platform, was a Wexner Graduate Fellow and an American Jewish World Service Rabbinical Fellow. Elie spent his undergraduate years at Columbia University and The Jewish Theological Seminary. Elie lives in Cambridge, MA with his wife, Anya, and their sons, Razi, Shalev, and Ziv.

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Rabbi Deborah Sacks Mintz

Rabbi Deborah Sacks Mintz is Hadar's Director of Tefillah and Music. An educator, practitioner, and facilitator of Jewish communal prayer, Deborah supports individuals and communities - both within Hadar’s beit midrash and beyond - on their journeys into song and tefillah. As a musician, Deborah has partnered creatively with a diverse array of voices in the Jewish soundscape; she has collaborated on over two dozen albums with Rising Song Records and beyond, including her own 2020 debut record The Narrow and the Expanse, and the 2023 Yetzira.  Deborah received rabbinic ordination from the Jewish Theological Seminary, and holds degrees in vocal performance, religious anthropology, and women and gender studies. Learn more about Deborah's work at www.deborahsacksmintz.com.

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