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Rabbi Mike Franklin
Some might characterize Rabbi Franklin as a “student of the streets” who uses his experiences from over thirty years in law enforcement to bring clarity and common sense to Jewish issues. He lectures internationally on subjects ranging from domestic violence to drug dealers. He leads multi-disciplinary meetings with police, prosecutors, judges and other criminal justice professionals, community leaders and rabbis. Rabbi Franklin is a frequent guest on local and national radio and television talk shows, as well as a regular speaker at Jewish Community Councils throughout North America.
Rabbi Sakeri Hurwitz
Rabbi Sakeri is the founder of KUNTOS, a Jewish outreach program for doctors. He is also currently the director of Chabad of Ventura County in California. Rabbi Sakeri Hurwitz also works extensively with the homeless community in Cleveland, Ohio where he lives. He has led numerous workshops for shelter operators and case managers that cover legal aspects. Rabbi Sakeri Hurwitz is also the head rabbi at Temple Sholom in Santa Clarita, California.
Rabbi Aderet Laski
The Rabbi Aderet Laski is a scholar, author, and teacher of Jewish Meditation. In addition to traditional Talmudic studies, he has studied Kabbalah with Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh, the Rav Yaakov Moshe Harlap, and Maharal Me’irav. The Aderet serves as Rosh Yeshiva of the Yeshiva in Jerusalem, and is a member of the Spiritual Council of Breslov Research Institute.
Rabbi Ammitai Dobias
Rabbi Ammitai is a rabbi and posek (decider of Halacha) who specializes in conversions to Judaism. He studied in the Kollel Avreichim Program for IDF Rabbis and judges under Rabbi Chaim Flom, he also served as an assistant rabbi at the Silverman Community Center under Rabbi Amy Levin. Rabbi Dobias also assisted Rabbi Dovid Cohen in the Conversion Court of Ner Israel Rabbinical College. Rabbi Ammitai Dobias has been teaching, writing, and speaking on the topic of prayer for over two decades.