Aaron Torop is a rabbinical student at HUC-JIR Cincinnati. He is a graduate fellow for the Nachshon Project, a transdenominational program preparing the next generation of North American Jewish communal leaders. Before starting at HUC, Aaron was a legislative assistant at the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, leading the Reform Movement’s advocacy efforts on the environment, international human rights, and Israel. Aaron received a BA in political science and a BA in Jewish studies from American University in Washington, DC He lives in Cincinnati with his fiancée, Madeline, and their cat, Percy.
Articles by Aaron Torop:
What Mick Jagger Taught Me About Teaching Torah to First Graders