Community Engagement

For Israel and Diaspora

Our Team

Devora Greenberg
Director, Rav Siach
Devora@masorti.org.il

 

Devora Greenberg is the Director of Rav Siach, a joint initiative of the Masorti Movement in Israel and the Ministry of Diaspora Affairs to strengthen the relationship between Masorti congregations in Israel and Conservative congregations around the world. 

Born and bred in Jerusalem and the child of British olim, Devora joined the 

                                  Masorti Movement team after working in many educational capacities for Ramah                                    Programs in Israel and the National Ramah Commission.

                                  She served as Assistant Director on Ramah Israel Seminar and has coordinated

                                  and guided the Ramah Seminar Poland Program.  Devora spent two years in the

                                 U.S as the central Shlicha (emissary) from the Jewish Agency’s Aliyah Department

                                 for the Conservative Movement.

                                 Devora holds an M.A from Hebrew University in Contemporary Judaism.

 

 

 

Rabbi Arie Hasit 

Program & Resource Developer

 

Rabbi Arie Hasit, a graduate of the Schechter Rabbinical Seminary in Jerusalem, is the founding rabbi of a new Masorti community in Mazkeret Batya, as well as the educational coordinator for Rav Siach, a program designed to help connect Israeli and Diaspora Jews. Prior to his role in Mazkeret Batya, Rabbi Hasit worked as the rabbinic intern at Masorti congregations in Jerusalem, Kfar Vradim, and Tel Aviv and for three years as the acting rabbi of NOAM- USY's sister movement in Israel.  Rabbi Hasit grew up in Cherry Hill, NJ and has a BA from Harvard University, where he focused on studying the expression of identity in Israeli hip hop. He made aliyah in 2005 and has been in Israel since. 

The Masorti Movement is committed to a pluralistic, egalitarian, and democratic vision of Zionism. Masorti represents a “third” way. Not secular Judaism. Not ultra-Orthodoxy. But a Jewish life that integrates secular beliefs. Halakhah with inclusion and egalitarianism. Tradition that recognizes the realities of today’s world. Masorti engages tens of thousands of Israelis each year, young and old, native born as well as olim from around the globe.
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