Background: I’ve spent the last 10 years, on and off, learning at Yeshivat Har Etzion in Israel. During that time I also obtained a degree from Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand.
What Draws You to Being a Rabbi: Giving back to something that has given me so much; helping to facilitate ongoing religious journeys; using my knowledge and experience to help searching people deepen their commitment to and knowledge and experience of Yahadut and the Ribono Shel Olam.
Where You See Yourself in Ten Years: teaching Torah and working with people in a small community or direct education.
Someone Who Shaped Your Spiritual Journey: I could write about many people, but one such person is Rabbi Yitzchak Mizrahi. His humility and his quiet commitment to excellence and to due process continue to inspire me.