Dr. Stephen Arnoff
Chief Executive Officer, Fuchsberg Jerusalem Center
Dr. Arnoff earned a doctorate in Midrash and Scriptural Interpretation from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America as a Wexner Graduate Fellow and has been a Tikvah Scholar at the New York University School of Law, a Mandel Jerusalem Fellow at the Mandel Leadership Institute, and a Revson Fellow at JTS. He lives in Jerusalem with his four children.
Chief Financial Officer/Chief Operations Officer, Fuchsberg Jerusalem Center
Josh earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Yeshiva University's Sy Syms School of Business and specialized in non-profit accounting in New York. He served as the Chief Financial Officer at a neighborhood house in NYC prior to moving to Israel in 2004. Josh held the dual role of CEO and CFO at a large tourism company in Jerusalem and in 2015, Josh founded The Maccabi Tel Aviv Football Club Foundation, the first of its kind in Israel and served as its Director. Josh, also known as The Sports Rabbi teaches Zionism through Israeli sports and runs Israel sports adventures. Together with his wife, Sharona, Josh founded the non-profit organization, Torat Reva Yerushalayim.
Tamara Fine Skversky
Chief Program Officer, Fuchsberg Jerusalem Center
Tamara brings over a decade’s worth of experience in program and partnership development, focusing primarily on public health and community development initiatives in Israel and abroad. Tamara studied at Beit Midrash Migdal Oz, then pursued a BA from Brandeis University in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies, and earned a fellowship to study in the Kollel at the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies. A Jerusalemite for nine years, she now resides in Modiin with her husband and two children. In her spare time, she organizes synagogue social events and volunteers with organizations supporting refugees and asylum-seekers in Tel Aviv.
Dr. Joshua Kulp
Dr. Kulp is co-founder of the Conservative Yeshiva in Jerusalem where he has taught Talmud and halakhah for the last 20 years. He is the author of the recently published book Reconstructing the Talmud (Mechon Hadar, 2014) as well as the The Schechter Haggadah: Art, History and Commentary (Schechter Press, 2008). Beginning in 2001 and continuing through 2013, Dr. Kulp authored a commentary in English on the entire Mishnah, which served as the basis for the Mishnah Yomit project. In 2013 Dr. Kulp began the Daf Shevui program, the study of one daf of Talmud per week and has so far completed a commentary on Tractates Sukkah and Megillah and has begun work on Tractate Ketubot. Dr. Kulp was raised in Margate, New Jersey, where his family was active in the Conservative Movement. He spent his summers at Camp Ramah in the Poconos, Camp Ramah in Canada and for the last ten summers, he has served as the scholar-in-residence at Camp Ramah in New England. Dr. Kulp made aliyah in 1994 and currently lives in Modiin with his wife, Julie Zuckerman, and their four children. In his spare time, he is an avid triathlete and runner and has completed three Ironmans.
Rabbi Joel Levy
Rabbi Levy studied Natural Sciences at Cambridge University, was chair of the Program at Limmud conference and is an ex-director of NOAM. He received rabbinical ordination from Rabbi David Hartman in 2000. He has been the part-time rabbi of Kol Nefesh Masorti Synagogue, Britain’s first fully egalitarian traditional shul, since 2001. He teaches Talmud and Practical Halacha.