• Is your organization struggling to attract and retain young adults?

  • Are you trying to find meaningful and content-rich – yet accessible – ways to educate your lay leaders?

  • Is your synagogue looking for ways to enhance experiential learning opportunities?

  • Are you struggling to build joyous, welcoming ritual spaces?

  • Do you wish your organization had a broader culture of welcoming the stranger?

  • Is your Federation struggling to connect with the next generation?

  • Are you looking for guidance on how to craft grant proposals that will speak to funders?

  • Are you looking to host an inspiring scholar-in-residence?

Possessing an advanced management degree and a law degree from the University of Michigan in addition to his rabbinic training, with experience working with myriad Jewish organizations, a track record of creating innovative programming, successful grant-writing, securing media coverage, and a particular expertise in creating welcoming spaces that cater to learners of any age, let Rabbi Dan help your organization achieve its goals!

Rabbi Dan: Thanks so much for your time a couple of months ago! BU Hillel had an incredible showing as part of our Giving Day using your model of leveraging a large matching donation in two different ways. We nearly doubled last year’s total revenue! Your thoughts and advice were very helpful, and we’re excited to try a similar approach next year!
-Matt Bonney-Cohen, Development Manager of Boston University Hillel
I had the good fortune of spending a weekend with Rabbi Dan during his visit to my shul earlier this year. Rabbi Dan is an engaging and energetic leader who readily shares his wisdom and passion for building strong interpersonal, inter-generational relationships across our Jewish communities. Rabbi Dan is all about meaningful engagement. He exudes compassion and clearly wants to make us feel something – to inspire a connection to Judaism at a personal level. His visit was a highlight for me in serving as Board President and I enthusiastically welcome his return.
-Martin A. Spokony, President of Temple Beth El – Rochester, NY