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In journeying back into his Jewish heritage, Ricki received his rabbinic ordination from Aish Jerusalem.

His wife Sarah is from Los Angeles who studied at UC Santa Barbara, double majoring in Women’s Studies and Sociology.

A talented musician, Jonny has brought Jewish soul music to delighted audiences. Rabbi Rafi Weinschneider is the head of Aish Campus Cincinnati.

Rafi was born in Chicago, lived on an Air Force base in Wichita Falls, Texas (where his father was a chaplain), moved to Jerusalem, and then returned to Chicago – all before his 10th birthday.

Lisa hails from Melbourne, Australia, and graduated from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and University of Melbourne with degrees in Media Studies and Jewish History.

In 2004, Lisa decided to head to Israel for three months to get some clarity on life’s big questions.

Chananel graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in English and History.Seth is originally from Marion, Ohio, and earned a BA in Religious and Jewish Studies from Indiana University.In 2003, he came to Israel to get answers to some plaguing questions.Daniel enjoys music, playing with his kids, science fiction, the outdoors and meditation.Ricki Vigon was born and raised in Essex, England and proudly calls himself an “Essex Boy.” He studied criminology in university and has acquired a variety of skills including club management, clothing buyer, and professional magician.Chananel is known for his outgoing personality, encouraging people to ask and get their questions answered.He recently participated in a discussion at Harvard’s ILR School dedicated to finding a solution to the Middle East conflict.Check out Rabbi Chananel (undercover) at UTube Rabbi Jonny Kersh hails from Glasgow, Scotland.After studying in rabbinic school for seven years in the UK and Israel, he crossed the pond to bring a love of Judaism to college students across the East Coast.They have two adorable boys, and love having guests for a bowl of matza ball soup even your grandma will be jealous of!Seth Cook is the Director of Aish Campus, Pittsburgh.

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