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Deborah Kahn-Harris

Deborah Kahn-Harris’s passion for education has steered her career. After her ordination by Leo Baeck College, Kahn-Harris served as the National Student Chaplain for the Reform Synagogues of Great Britain (now known as Reform Judaism) until a new department was built around her work and she was appointed Director of Student and Young Adult Work on the Senior Management Team of the Reform Synagogues of Great Britain.

Naamah Kelman

The descendent of ten generations of esteemed rabbis, Naamah Kelman has honored her heritage by becoming the first woman rabbi ordained in Israel.

Elisa Klapheck

German-born Elisa Klapheck became the first female rabbi to serve in the Netherlands. Before her ordination by the Aleph Rabbinic Program, she played a crucial role in bringing about the first international feminist gathering Bet Debora Berlin: Conference of Female Rabbis, Cantors and Rabbinic Scholars.

Zoe Klein

Zoe Klein has blended her work as a rabbi and her craft as a novelist to help congregants find meaning in the stories of their own lives.

Claudia Kreiman

After losing her mother in a terrorist bombing, Claudia Kreiman chose to honor her mother’s legacy and combine her parents’ careers by becoming both a rabbi and a Jewish educator.

Noa Kushner

Noa Kushner is driven to create new Jewish spaces. After her ordination by the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Kushner served as Hillel rabbi for Sarah Lawrence College and Stanford University.

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