Rachel Jacoby Rosenfield
Rachel Jacoby Rosenfield is co-founder and director of the Jewish Greening Fellowship, an initiative of the Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center, which aims to cultivate environmental change leadership among Jewish communal professionals, reduce the environmental impacts of Jewish organizations in the New York area, and generate meaningful responses to global climate change while strengthening Jewish life. Rachel has served as an educator, organizer and advocate in the field of Jewish service-learning in for more than a decade. She serves on the Governance Committee of COEJL, the Board of Advisors for Urban Adamah as Founder and Chair of the GreenFaith Certification Committee at her synagogue (Conservative Synagogue Adath Israel of Riverdale), as well as Vice President for Social Action and Israel Affairs. She is currently a fellow in the Selah Leadership Program and is a graduate of the Muehlstein Fellowship for Jewish Professional Leadership and earned her M.A. in Comparative Literature at the University of California at Berkeley with a focus on Hebrew literature. She lives in Riverdale, NY with her family.
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