Rabbi Yosef Blau studied in Yeshiva University where he received is BA, MS, and rabbinical ordination.  Between 1965 and 1977 he taught and was a principal at the Maimonides school, the Yeshiva High School of the Hebrew Theological College and the Jewish Educational Cener (Elizabeth).  Since 1977 he has been the Mashgiach Ruchani at YU and RIETS.

Dr. Rivkah Blau has worked in Jewish education since her teen years. She was the principal of two yeshiva high schools and taught at Stern College. Her PhD thesis at Columbia was on the influence of Tehillim on 17th-century poetry. She and Rabbi Blau have taught in Australia, South Africa, and Poland. Their sons—Rabbis Binyamin, Yitzchak, and Yaakov—teach Torah in Ohio, Israel, and New Jersey. She is the author of a biography of her father, Rav Pinchas Teitz z’l;

Rabbi Jonathan Kroll, is the principal at SAR High School, He previously was head of school at Katz Yeshiva High School of South Florida for 6 years. He received his B.A. from Yeshiva College, his semicha from Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, and an M.A. in secondary education from the Azrieli Graduate School. Most importantly, he spent many summers as a moreh at Camp Moshava

Rabbi Dr. Jeffrey Kobrin is the Rosh HaYeshiva/Head of School at the North Shore Hebrew Academy in Great Neck, New York. He has bachelors and masters degrees in English literature from Columbia University, semikha from RIETS at Yeshiva University, and a PhD in English education from Columbia University’s Teachers College.In the summer, Jeffrey has been a long time teacher/ moreh at camp Moshava. He lives in Riverdale, New York, with his wife, Michelle Greenberg-Kobrin, and their daughters.

Professor Michelle Greenberg-Kobrin is a Clinical Professor of Law at Cardozo Law School and the Founding Director of the Program on Leadership at the Heyman Center for Corporate Governance.  Professor Greenberg-Kobrin teaches in the areas of intellectual property, transactional law, corporations, negotiation, and leadership. Previously, Professor Greenberg-Kobrin served as Dean of Students at Columbia Law School. She currently serves as Lecturer-in-Law at Columbia Law School and Columbia’s Teachers College.  Greenberg-Kobrin facilitates the Arev Fund, a grantmaking organization.

Prior to her appointment at Columbia, she was a corporate attorney at Arnold & Porter LLP. She received both her BA and her JD from Columbia University. She was a Bruria Scholar at Midreshet Lindenbaum and a Torat Miriam Fellow. Greenberg-Kobrin lectured extensively and provides trainings on a range of both secular and Jewish issues, including those related to negotiation, leadership, conflict resolution, sexual assault on campus, work-life balance, and women and Judaism. She She serves on a number of not-for-profit boards and lives in Riverdale, New York, with her husband, Rabbi Jeffrey Kobrin, and their children.

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