Rabbi Brad Greenstein is Moishe House’s Senior Director of Jewish Learning. He was drawn to Moishe House because he saw the organization making Judaism accessible and inspiring to the world. He spends his days working with young adult community builders to craft their own Jewish identities so they can share it with their peers. Rabbi Brad loves the practices of Judaism that give voice to the beauty of nature, the mystery of the universe, and the connection of our souls. He also loves live music and oatmeal chocolate chip cookies.
Rabbi Brad graduated from the University of California Davis with a B.A. in literature. He earned a master’s degree in rabbinic studies and received his rabbinic ordination from the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies at the American Jewish University. Brad trained as a hospital chaplain, pioneered the first b’nei mitzvah project in Siberia, and served for eight years as the Associate Rabbi for a large synagogue in Portland, OR, innovating programs centered on spirituality and mindfulness.