• 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!

I’d like to thank you for working with our community over the past number of weeks. The feedback we got has been hugely positive, and everyone thoroughly enjoyed your insight, your approachability, your inclusiveness, and your singing voice. It really was a fantastic experience for all of us.
- Joshua K, President of Kehillat Beijing
Rabbi Dan -
I’ve been wanting to e-mail you just to say thank you. I know that several of our people attended your session about creating a welcoming environment. We’ve since introduced those texts and this idea to our entire leadership team of 50, and are actually preparing to adapt the conversation to bring it to the broader community. I wanted to say a huge thank you for introducing these important ideas in such a relate-able way that we’re able to use it to strengthen our community long after you’ve left!
- Naomi K., Director of Jewish Student Life at UCLA Hillel