The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership is a think tank, resource center, and interdenominational leadership training institute. Its aims include making Jewish perspectives accessible to the American public through initiatives such as Rabbis Without Borders, and deepening Jewish knowledge and identity through seminars and consultation services. Located in New York City, the Center was founded in 1974.
The co-president of the National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership, Rabbi Irwin Kula is a media spokesperson for Judaism in modern life. He co-hosts a radio show together with Rabbi Brad Hirschfield, and produced his own TV series in 2003. He received his master's and rabbinical ordination from the Jewish Theological Seminary.