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"I come from a proud family that has been involved in public service for as long as I can remember. I want to work for you. We need better trop and enunciation to create better and more enjoyable shul experiences. We need renewed focus on clarity and tonality. With nearly 13 years of Torah experience, I know what it takes to find solutions, navigate complicated processes, and get things done."



Regular public reading of the Torah was introduced by Ezra the Scribe after the return of the Judean exiles from the Babylonian captivity (c. 537 BCE). We love it. We dread it. We are proud of the Bar Mitzvah boy. There are Brachos, and Aliyah's, and also cracking voices and missed trop. This not good enough. A new candidate is needed who can transcend the past and bring forth the euphonious word of G-D.


The word Torah literally means “instruction”—meaning some sort of guidance in life. One of the hallmarks of Judaism is the universal obligation of education. The obligation of studying and exploring Torah in depth is upon every Jew. While there will always be scholars and students, Torah is meant for every single person. Let's work together 


Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish state in peace, security, stability and prosperity is not a sine-qua non among many of the world’s population especially, but not only, among developing nations. For Jews around the world, the State of Israel is a special place. Israel’s well-being is central to Jewish life. Jews around the world are proud of Israel’s achievements over the last 70 years and support those who continue to build and defend Israel.

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