Adam Greenwald

Adam Greenwald is the Revson Rabbinic Fellow of IKAR, an innovative Jewish community standing at the intersection of spirituality and social justice. Before coming to IKAR, he served as Rabbinic Intern of Congregation B'nai Israel in Tustin and spent four summers with the PANIM Institute, running programs that empower high school students to become change agents in their communities. He is a former AJWS "Kol Tzedek" Fellow, and has participated in two AJWS delegations, Ghana (2009) and Honduras (2004). He was ordained by the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies in 2011.

Getting Down and Dirty with AJWS

Noah Farkas, Adam Greenwald, Stephanie Ives, Scott Perlo, Alyson Solomon

Join us for a roundtable discussion about the challenges and complexities of global service. Presenters will speak about their experiences in developing countries and what it's like to confront poverty firsthand; community leaders will tell stories of their on-the-ground experience getting their hands dirty to make a change in the world. Take this opportunity to find out what led them to take this journey and how it has affected their lives and careers.

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