David-Seth Kirshner

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David-Seth Kirshner
Born 1973 (age 41–42)
Closter, New Jersey
Occupation Rabbi, activist

David-Seth Kirshner (born 1973), is the Rabbi of Temple Emanu-El, in Closter, New Jersey.[1]

Prior to becoming a congregational rabbi, he worked at the Jewish Theological Seminary, which he joined in 1999, serving as Senior Director of Institutional Advancement, overseeing the Seminary's development and outreach efforts. For five years, Kirshner also served as spiritual leader for the Hebrew Congregation of Fitzgerald, in Southern Georgia.

Rabbi Kirshner holds the following positions of leadership:

He has written articles for many media sources and is regularly published in the Jewish Standard, The Bergen Record and The New York Times.[2]

Rabbi Kirshner holds a BA degree from York University in Toronto, Canada and earned an MA in Hebrew Letters and Rabbinic Ordination from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Rabbi Kirshner is married to 'Dori Frumin Kirshner.

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