OTS Congratulates graduates of the Beren-Amiel Educator Emissary Training Program, the Straus-Amiel Rabbinical Emissary Training Program, and the Claudia Cohen Women Educators Institute who are embarking upon new positions of shlichut this summer.

In a festive ceremony at the Israeli Knesset, 45 graduates of OTS emissary-training programs received bon voyage blessings from Education Minister Naftali Bennett, Deputy Defense Minister Eli Ben Dahan and Director General of the Diaspora Affairs Ministry, Dvir Kahana. These dynamic, dedicated men and women join hundreds of OTS families already impacting on pulpits, campuses, schools and individuals in six of the world’s seven continents.

 

Rabbi Ari and Tikva Ellis – Michigan, USA

Rabbi Dovid and Leah Baars – Montreal, Canada

Rabbi Pini and Renana Ben Mordechai Halevy – Monterrey, Mexico

Rabbi Meir and Shani Chana Barel – Sydney, Australia

Rabbi Avi Bart – Melbourne, Australia

Rabbi Eli Beeri – Cancun, Mexico

Rabbi Eliezer Shai and Makla DiMartino – Lausanne, Switzerland

Evyatar and Rachel Hacohen – California, USA

David and Efrat Weiler – Montevideo, Uruguay

Rabbi Moshe and Naama Vecht – Leeds, England

Yaakov and Merav Wacks – New Jersey, USA

Netanel and Tohar Liker – Toronto, Canada

Rabbi Bentzi and Michal Mann – London, England

Rabbi Aviv and Rina Mizrachi – Florida, USA

Rabbi Moshe and Hadar Nachman – Nebraska, USA

Rabbi Alex and Yael Stolier – Katerynoslav, Ukraine

Rabbi Noam and Sarah Sendor – Melbourne, Australia

Oded and Eliya Peer – Pennsylvannia, USA

Rabbi Pinchas and Julia Ponterello – Madrid, Spain

Yosef and Rachel Fish – New Jersey, USA

Avinoam and Hadas Czitroen – Berlin, Germany

Rabbi Tomer Corinaldi – Venice, Italy

Rabbi Gabi and Mushka Kaltmann – Melbourne, Australia

 

Photos: Michel Rosilio