Richard is well known philanthropist and is very active with a number of Jewish nonprofit organizations including holding the position of President of Aish Hatorah International as well as Vice President of the Association for Jewish Outreach Professionals.
Rabbi Ephraim Shore is one of the directors of Aish Ha Torah Jerusalem, and the Israel Director of Honest and the Hasbara Fellowships network of pro-Israel campus activism.
In 1983 he came to Israel and studied at Yeshivat Aish Ha Torah in Jerusalem.
Over the past decades, he has been teaching practical Jewish Law in Aish Jerusalem and has published several booklets on Jewish law that are being used around the world.
Concurrently he is Aish Ha Torah's Director of Finance.
A native of Canada, Ephraim studied at Aish Jerusalem for eight years where he received rabbinic ordination.
He founded Aish Miami and served as Executive Director of Aish Toronto from 1990-1998.
Rabbi Dovid Rosman is the Director of the Intermediate Beis Medrash Program of Aish Ha Torah and a rebbe in the Advanced Beis Medrash Program. He received a bachelor of commerce from Carleton University in 2004.
he previously studied in Jerusalem's Mir Yeshiva and also studied under the tutelage of Rabbi Tzvi Kushelefsky. Since 2005 he has been involved with AISH Campus Toronto and is a regular speaker for the Maimonides program, Jewish Business Network, and NCSY’s impact.
In 1974, Gavriel took off what he thought would be one year to study in Jerusalem with Rabbi Noah Weinberg zt"l.
Today he is the Executive Vice-President of Aish Jerusalem.
In 2008 he helped found an organization called GROW ( to help inspire and connect Jewish students to become leaders through social action in their community.
He and his brother Lionel run an online directory help customers find local trustworthy auto mechanics. Tel: (972-2) 628-5666 Fax: (972-2) 627-3172 Beis Medrash Pay Phones: 02-626-0300, 02-626-4200 One Western Wall Plaza, POB 14149, Jewish Quarter, Jerusalem 91141 Israel Shimmy Kaufman is Director of Educational Programs for Israelis in Jerusalem.
Following his ordination, he embarked on a 22-year career at the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America (OU).