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Our staff at SHIVITI is focused on sharing more than just material. Seasoned teachers and mentors are committed to sharing their personal process to help our students reach their highest potential.
Rebbetzin Yehudis Golshevsky
Rebbetzin Golshevsky is the director and founder of SHIVITI. She holds primary and secondary teaching certification from Yavne Teacher’s College in Cleveland, as well as a BA from SUNY Buffalo in Classics-Judaic Studies. She is a published author, editor, and translator... but teaching Torah is her first love.
Rebbetzin Chaya Tavin
Rebbetzin Tavin brings her decades of experience teaching Women in Tanach, Megillot, Mussar, and other disciplines to Shiviti, sharing her process and methodology. She also has a background in International Relationships from Johns Hopkins University.
Noga has over 20 years of teaching experience as an ulpan instructor, a licensed tour guide, and as a workshop leader in the field of parenting and personal growth. She is a graduate of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and is a treasured member of the Nachlaot community.
Rebbetzin Yehudit Feld
Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Yehudit Feld has been teaching Torah and Chassidut for more than 35 years, in both California’s Bay Area and Jerusalem. She co-founded and co-directed Beit Midrash Ohr HaChaim, a thriving learning center in Berkeley, for over a decade. She also has a degree in Comparative Literature and Anthropology from Cornell University.
Rabbi Dr. Dovid Fink
Rabbi Dr. David Fink is a well-known halachic figure in Jerusalem and an authoritative poseik. He is an expert in many fields, including the interface between modern technology, medicine, and halachah. He is a musmach of ITRI and Yeshivat Mir and is on the editorial board of the Journal of Medical Ethics and Halachah. Rabbi Fink also holds a Ph.D. in Semitic Languages and Linguistics from Yale University.
Rabbi Dr. Eliezer Shore
In addition to receiving rabbinic ordination from Rav Zalman Nechemia Goldberg, Rabbi Shore has a university background in comparative religion, an M.A. in Jewish Education from Yeshiva University, and a Ph.D. in Jewish Philosophy from Bar Ilan University.