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Rabbi Pinchas Allouche Congregation Beth Tefillah Arizona Rabbi Andy Bachman Congregation Beth Elohim New York Rabbi Michael Balinsky Chicago Board of Rabbis Illinois Rabbi Bradd Boxman Temple Kol Tikvah Florida Rabbi Valerie Cohen Beth Israel Congregation Mississippi Rabbi Jacques Cukierkorn Temple Israel of Greater Kansas City Kansas Rabbi Lisa Edwards Congregation Beth Chayim Chadashim California Rabbi Patricia Fenton American Jewish University California Rabbi Sam Fraint Moriah Congregation Illinois Rabbi Yisrael Gettinger Congregation B’nai Torah Indiana Rabbi Elyse Goldstein City Shul Ontario Rabbi Felipe Goodman Temple Beth Sholom Nevada Rabbi Mark Greenspan Oceanside Jewish Center New York Rabbi Akiva Herzfeld Shaarey Tphiloh Maine Rabbi Allan Kensky Beth Hillel Congregation Bnai Emunah Illinois Rabbi Harold J. Kravitz Adath Jeshurun Congregation Minnesota Rabbi Joshua Lesser Congregation Bet Haverim Georgia Rabbi Ellen Lippmann Kolot Chayeinu/Voices of Our Lives New York Rabbi Asher Z. Lopatin Anshe Sholom B’nai Israel Congregation Illinois Rabbi Janet Marder Congregation Beth Am California Rabbi Juan Mejía Kol Tuv Sefarad Oklahoma Rabbi Adam Mintz Kehilat Rayim Ahuvim New York Rabbi Jonathan Omer-Man Private California Rabbi Amy R. Perlin Temple B’nai Shalom Virginia Rabbi Jonathan Perlman New Light Synagogue; Forbes Hospice Pennsylvania Rabbi Baruch Plotkin University of Miami Hillel Florida Rabbi Joseph Potasnik New York Board of Rabbis New York Rabbi Mark Sameth Pleasantville Community Synagogue New York Rabbi Elhanan ‘Sunny’ Schnitzer Bethesda Jewish Congregation Maryland Rabbi Donny Schwartz Midwest NCSY Illinois Rabbi Henry Shreibman Dominican University of California California Rabbi David Singer Shearith Israel Texas Rabbi Rebecca W. Sirbu Rabbis Without Borders New York Rabbi Brent Spodek Beacon Hebrew Alliance New York Rabbi Shira Stutman Sixth & I Historic Synagogue D.C. Rabbi Yosef Wolvovsky The Benet Rothstein Chabad Jewish Center Connecticut

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