Isaama Goldstein-Stoll

Isaama Goldstein-Stoll is a 2019 candidate for ordination from the Cincinnati campus of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. In recent years, Isaama has served as a student rabbi and rabbinic intern at Congregation Beth Adam in Cincinnati, Ohio, Temple Beth Israel in Bay City/Saginaw, Michigan, and Temple B’nai Israel in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Isaama has also held a number of fellowships in Cincinnati that have highlighted her skills as an educator and pastoral leader. She has served as an educator at Kulanu, a supplemental education program for Reform high school students, and Congregation Beth Adam. Additionally, she has worked in pastoral roles for Jewish Family Services in their Adoption Connection program and at the Barbash Family Vital Support Center.

Articles by Isaama Stoll:

A Woman of Valour

Hear, O Israel, Speak, O Israel: Reflections on Theological Dialogue

When Race is Only for Blacks: Unpacking Identity as a Means to Inclusion