Jonathan Shulman attended Phillips Academy Andover, received his BA in Foreign Affairs from The University of Virginia and studied Torah at Yeshivat Mir. He served as Director of the Orthodox Union’s Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus at the University of Pennsylvania and the Orthodox Rabbi of Penn Hillel. He currently teaches at Yeshivat Orayta.
Rabbi Shulman has also worked for Rav Adin Steinsaltz, translating several chapters of the Steinsaltz Talmud into English for Koren Talmud Bavli, in international development in northern India, restaurant management and development, and is an Iyengar yoga instructor.
He is originally from Washington, DC and now lives with his wife and their three children in Jerusalem.
Hart Levine graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2010 with a degree in bioengineering, and has since been working on innovative, inclusive, grassroots initiatives at the Orthodox Union. While in college Hart began Heart to Heart, a student movement to welcome Jewishly uninvolved students into the fabric of Jewish life which has now reached over 10,000 students around the globe. Hart has spent Shabbat on over 40 college campuses in North America and now primarily spends them in Washington Heights, where he lives with his wife and twin sons and runs the Beis, a young professional religious community. He was a NYC PresenTense Fellow, JFNA Jewish Community Hero National Honoree, named to Jewish Week's 36 Under 36, and received a certificate in experiential Jewish education from Yeshiva University, from where he also received semicha.
Jeremy Tibbetts grew up in the Boston area, attending South Area Solomon Schechter Day School, Gann Academy, and Newton North High
School. He spent his gap year at Hebrew University and Yeshivat Ma'ale Gilboa. He left Israel with two commitments: spending his life
cultivating his connection to Judaism and Israel, and finally finishing the last season of Breaking Bad (still his favorite show!).
Even before he was registered for college courses he was a board
member of UMass' Student Alliance For Israel, and soon became involved with UMass' Orthodox Jewish group KHH as well as working with his local Hillel board and Hillel International's Student Cabinet. Jeremy was also active in UMass Amherst's Student Government Association, worked on local and national interfaith initiatives through InterFaith Youth Core, joined Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, and finally learned how to ride a bicycle. In the summers you would usually have caught him at Camp Yavneh where he was a camper and staff member for over 10 years. One of his proudest
achievements is having a Youtube playlist of niggunim with over 1,500 views. Jeremy firmly believes that building up our communities is the
strongest way to build up ourselves.