Showing 1 - 6 of 6 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U V W Y Z Laura Geller One of the first women rabbis, Laura Geller has helped create new possibilities for Jewish women, from rituals to leadership roles. Miri Gold Miri Gold achieved a major coup for religious equality in 2012 when she became the first non-Orthodox rabbi to have her salary paid by the Israeli government. Elyse Goldstein As one of the first women rabbis in Canada, Elyse Goldstein has broken down barriers by founding inclusive communities for learning and prayer. Ariella Graetz Bartuv Ariella Graetz Bartuv grew up the daughter of a Conservative rabbi, married an Orthodox Jew of Iraqi descent, and became a Reform rabbi. She was ordained by the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Jerusalem. Tina Grimberg Denied the opportunity to explore her Jewish heritage as a child in Soviet Ukraine, Tina Grimberg has used her career in the rabbinate to ensure inclusivity in the Jewish community. Susan Grossman As a member of the Committee on Jewish Law and Standards (CJLS), Rabbi Susan Grossman has helped shape the Conservative Movement’s policies on women’s rights and their roles in Jewish life.