LISTEN: Yeshivat Maharat's Dasi Fruchter on Sacred Space by the Forward

LISTEN: Yeshivat Maharat's Dasi Fruchter on Sacred Space

Courtesy of Dasi Fruchter

Jewish ritual adds a holy dimension to everyday life. Dasi Fruchter, who is studying for the Orthodox clergy at Yeshivat Maharat, creates sacred space through new practices that draw on traditional elements. Over Presidents’ Day weekend she will speak about her approaches to ritual, community-building and leadership at Limmud NY 2015. The Forward’s Bob Goldfarb talked with her about her work.

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Bob Goldfarb

Bob Goldfarb, was the Forward’s Director of Institutional Affairs, working with the Board of Directors and senior management on governance and policy issues. He has specialized in media management for more than three decades, starting with senior positions at radio stations including KUSC, Los Angeles; KING-FM, Seattle; and KFAC, Los Angeles. In the classical-music industry he was director of U.S. operations at Teldec Records and executive director of the American Composers Alliance. More recently Bob has directed his efforts to Jewish organizations, as the first publisher of Zeek magazine and as president of the Center for Jewish Culture and Creativity. After living in Israel for three years Bob joined the Forward in 2011 as marketing director. Bob has reviewed books for Jewish Book World since 2007, and was the producer of the nationally syndicated radio series Music from the Milken Archive of American Jewish Music, hosted by the late Leonard Nimoy. He is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Business School.

LISTEN: Yeshivat Maharat's Dasi Fruchter on Sacred Space

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