Board

Our Board Members

Marom's success is the result of having extremely capable people throughout the world who have dedicated themselves to shaping a vibrant and strong future for the Jewish people.
Here are a few of the people who make Marom what it is - join us!

 

Rabbi Joel Levy
Rabbi Joel Levy
Board Member

Rabbi Levy studied Natural Sciences at Cambridge University, was chair of the Program at Limmud conference and is an ex-director of NOAM. He received rabbinical ordination from Rabbi David Hartman in 2000. He has been the part-time rabbi of Kol Nefesh Masorti Synagogue, Britain’s first fully egalitarian traditional shul, since 2001. He teaches Practical Halacha.

Doron Rubin
Doron Rubin
Board Chairman

Chairman of Marom Olami from 2004 to the present, Doron holds a BA in Business Administration and in Jewish Philosophy from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a teaching certificate in Jewish Philosophy also from Hebrew University.
Since 2007, Doron Rubin has been serving as the Hillel Shaliach and Student Representative in North America. Prior to this position, he was Director of the Ellin Mitchell Hillel Program at Tel Aviv University. From 1999-2002, Doron was the community and Masorti Shaliach (emissary) in the United Kingdom.
A native of Haifa, Doron grew up in the Israel Masorti Movement and has held key positions including the Coordinator of NOAM Branches, NOAM Nahal (army) group advisor and Director of “Solelim”, the Masorti student organization (today called “Marom”). He has also worked in a variety of positions in Jewish education with youth and young adults including Director of Programming in the Neve Hanna Children’s Home in Kiryat Gat, teacher of Jewish Thought and Philosophy in a Jerusalem high school and a counselor in the “Beit Ha’galgalim” center for handicapped children.
Doron is married to Rabbi Judit Rubin and is the father of three girls, Shachar, Shai-ya and Ma’ayan. When not on shlichut, he and his family reside in Jerusalem.

Judy Dvorak Gray
Judy Dvorak Gray
Board Member

Born in Philadelphia, Judy lived in Boston before making aliyah in 1977. She completed both her B.S. and M.Ed in Education from Boston University and an M.A. in Judaic Studies from the Schechter Institute of Judaic Studies in Jerusalem.

She has had a diverse professional career including teaching in elementary schools, working with NFTY Youth Programs in Israel, informal education for the Masorti Movement in Israel, Project Coordinator for Masorti Olami and Israel Coordinator for Skilled Volunteers for Israel.

Judy volunteered in the Abayudaya community of Uganda in 2010 and 2012 and continues to be involved in developing projects and strengthening the ties between the Abayudaya and Israel. She is also a co-coordinator of “Project Aynat”, a community volunteer project in the Rehabilitation unit at Hadassah Mt. Scopus.

Judy is married to Steve Gray and has three daughters, three sons-in-law and ten grandchildren. She lives on Kibbutz Hannaton and welcomes visitors.

Leandro Galanternik
Leandro Galanternik
Board Member

Leandro (Lean or Lê) Galanternik received a B.A. in administration at Universidad de Buenos Aires. He has a specialization in Youth Work and Education from FLACSO and an M.A. from Hebrew University in Nonprofit Management.

In 2007, he created a project called Diun, a Knesset simulation run in Jewish high schools. Lean was also involved in the creation of MiNU Argentina, a group of Jewish young adults that facilitate programs for their peers. In addition to organizing Diun and MiNU, Lean created MAROM Argentina in 2005 and then, Marom Latin America in 2007, as a network for young Jewish adults in four countries for groups involved with the Conservative movement. Lean was MAROM’s Chairman for its first three years and the Youth Representative on the Masorti Latin America Board. Le is a rabbinical student at the Seminario Rabinico Latinoamericano and works at CIP as COO.

A Noamist and Maromnikim for life, now serves as the Marom representative in the Board of Mercaz Olami.

He lived in Argentina, Israel, and Brazil where he is currently living together with her wife Fê raising Naomi together with the help of Bela (the dog!).

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