Rabbi Dr. Benjamin (Benny) Lau is the director of Beit Morasha of Jerusalem's Center for Judaism and Society as well as its Institute for Social Justice and the newly founded Israel Institute for Conversion Policy at Beit Morasha. The Rabbi of the Ramban Synagogue in Jerusalem, Rabbi Dr. Lau studied at the Har Etzion Yeshiva and the Yeshiva of the Kibbutz HaDati. He was awarded a PhD and MA from Bar-Ilan University in Talmud. A charismatic community leader and social entrepreneur, Rabbi Dr. Lau serves as consultant for a number of leading organizations, hosts a weekly T.V. show dedicated to Jewish heritage and is widely published.
Asaf Fassi, director of the Beit Midrash for Social Justice at Beit Morasha, is a graduate of the Otniel Yeshiva and has been a social activist over the past four years. He was involved in the Mimizrach Shemesh Beit Midrash for Social Leadership which is active all over Israel. Assaf was a homeroom Talmud teacher of 7th grade in the Nocham Yeshiva High School. He is married and has one child.
Rabbi Yaakov Mouser was ordained by the Israeli Rabbinate and is a graduate of the Kibbutz Hadati and Ein Tzurim Yeshivas. He was awared a BA and MA in Talmud by Bar Ilan University. Today he works as an actuary and is a full member of the actuarys' union in Israel and England.
Ruchama Gevel-Redman is a graduate of Bar Ilan University. She currently teaches at the Neve Chana girls high school in Alon Shvut, and is a teachers' mentor in Social Studies for the Jerusalem and relgious settlements through the Ministry of Education. In the past Ruchama taught at the Pre-Military Academy of Aderet in the Ela Valley, and has been a member of the Beit Midrash for Social Justice for four years.
Tania Regev is a graduate of the first women's study program at Beit Morasha, and is a certified Rabbinical Pleader. She served as a "ramit" (senior Talmud teacher) at the Ein Hanatziv women's seminary. Today Tania teaches Bible and Talmud at the Pelech High School for Girls in Jerusalem.
Kobi Amar is an experienced educator, with a first degree in the Humanities and a second degree in History. Kobi is a graduate of Beit Morasha and of the Mandel Leadership Institute. In the past he has served as principal of two high school. Today Kobi is a Ministry of Education Supervisor of the High Schools in the Jerusalem area.
Rabbi Shlomo Shock was a student of Rabbi Shagar of blessed memory. He is a poet and lecturer on Hassidut from the perspective of creativity and spiritual expression. Today Rabbi Shock runs a Talmud Torah elementary school using the unique "Barkai" methodology.
Tzachi Magnaji is a Yeshiva graduate who works in Jewish education for youth and students from overseas. He served as educational coordinator for "Jewish Journey" a program which brings Jewish youth and students to Israel. He was head of a Jewish agecny mission, executive director of a yeshiva and rabbi of the youth minyan and of Bnei Akiva of Bat Yam.