Rabbi Motty Berger is a graduate of Loyola University and received his rabbinical ordination from Ner Israel Rabbinical College, Baltimore Md. He worked in anti-missionary activity, founding, Jews For Judaism prior to moving to Israel. A world renowned speaker, he is currently Senior Lecturer at Aish's Discovery, Essentials, Fellowships Programs and the Executive Learning Center.

Sidney Bernstein, Esq. received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Temple University and his Juris Doctor Degree from Temple University Law School. A member of the Bar in Pennsylvania, Mr. Bernstein was a Senior Partner with the firm of Bernstein and Fox and active in a host of civic organizations in the greater Philadelphia area. Upon retirement, he moved to Israel where he founded the Aish HaTorah Medical/Legal Ethics Program. Currently Mr. Bernstein is a teacher at Aish HaTorah's Essentials Program, Jewel and the Executive Learning Center.

Rabbi Yisroel Cohen earned a BA degree in Accounting with honors from Queens College, New York. While in Brooklyn, he learned at the famous Mirrer Yeshiva. Moving to Israel, he studied at Yeshiva Netzach Yisroel in Jerusalem where he received his rabbinical ordination. Rabbi Cohen is also a popular musician at weddings and other celebrations in Jerusalem.

Rabbi Yom Tov Glaser received a Bachelors Degree in Humanities from the University of California at Santa Barbara. For twelve years he surfed internationally on a professional level and continues to surf today plus he is an accomplished mountain biker and professional musician. He received his rabbinical ordination from Aish HaTorah and the Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem. His areas of expertise are Kabbala, Spirituality and Psychotherapy.

Shprintza Herskovits Shprintza Herskovits was born and raised on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, New York. The daughter of a Holocaust survivor, she attended Yeshiva Rabbi Shamshon Raphael Hirsch, where she received a teaching degree for Jewish Studies. She also completed a B.A. in Economics and a B.S. in Accounting at Hunter College. After working on Wall Street, she came to Israel on a 3-month leave of absence. She did not go back. Today Ms. Herskovits resides in the Old City of Jerusalem and is a teacher and lecturer in Israel, Europe and the U.S. Ms. Herskovits is also the author of "Rays of the Sun", a commentary on the weekly Torah portion.

Rabbi Ari Kahn graduated Yeshiva University with a BA in psychology and an MS degree in Talmud. A renowned speaker, he has lectured worldwide. Currently Rabbi Kahn is a Senior lecturer at Aish's Essentials, Fellowships and Executive Learning Center programs as well as the Director of the Foreign Student Program for Bar Ilan University. Rabbi Kahn is the author of Explorations, an in-depth analysis of the weekly Torah reading, and Illuminations, an in-depth analysis of the Jewish holidays.

Rabbi Leib Keleman studied at Harvard, UCLA and Yeshiva University of Los Angeles. Before entering the world of Jewish education, he spent time as a downhill ski instructor and news director/anchorman for KMMT-FM radio station. He received his rabbinical ordination from the Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem and the Head of the Rabbinical Court in Jerusalem. He is the author of The author of three best selling books and a fourth soon to be released including Permission to Receive and Permission To Believe he is currently a Senior Lecturer at Neve Yerushalayim Seminary in Jerusalem and is associated with Aish HaTorah's Executive Learning Center.

Rabbi Dovid Lichtman received his Rabbinical Ordination from Yeshiva Birkas Reuvain, NY and a BA in Comparative Religion and Philosophy from City University of NY, Queens College. He served as a Rabbi in Calgary, Canada before coming to Israel. He is currently a Senior Lecturer at Yeshivat Aish HaTorah, The Executive Learning Center, and the Israeli Outreach Program.

Rabbi Zelig Pliskin, a noted psychologist, is the director of Aish HaTorah's counseling Center and a senior lecturer at Aish's Essentials program and the Executive Learning Center. He is the author numerous popular books including Guard Your Tongue, Gateway to Happiness, Gateway to Self Knowledge, Love Your Neighbor, Growth Through Torah, The Power of Words, Consulting the Wise and Begin Again Now. He was ordained at the Telshe Yeshiva, Wickliffe, OH and later studied at the Brisk Kollel, Jerusalem. He received his degree in Counseling Psychology at the State University of New York.

Chana Poupko graduated from Stern College with a BA, and Bachelors of Religious Education. She holds an MA from NYU and a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Arizona. She has taught at various post high school programs for women. Her specialty is teaching Chumash and Tanach with commentators.

Rabbi Asher Resnick graduated from UCLA with a BA in Psychology and credentials as a High School Math teacher. He received his rabbinical ordination from Aish HaTorah Jerusalem and the Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem. He formerly was a lecturer for the Institute of Jewish Legal and Medical Ethics in San Francisco, and at the Aish HaTorah Branch in New York. Rabbi Resnick is currently the Educational Coordinator of Aish's Executive Learning Center and a Senior kiruv training lecturer for Aish HaTorah's Rabbinical Ordination program.

Dr. Gerald Schroeder, author of Genesis and the Big Bang, The Science of God and The Hidden Faces of God, is an expert on cosmology and a lecturer on the subject of evolution and Torah. He received his Bachelor's, Master's and double Ph.D. in Nuclear Physics and Earth and Planetary Sciences from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he taught physics for seven years. While a consultant at the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission he participated in the formulation of nuclear non-proliferation treaties with the former Soviet Union and witnessed the testing of six atomic bombs. He also was a consultant to the Peoples Republic of China, Canada, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand. He has authored over 60 articles in the world' leading scientific journals around the world including Time, Newsweek, Scientific American. Dr. Schroeder is currently a lecturer at Aish's Discovery Seminar, Essentials and Fellowships programs and The Executive Learning.

Rabbi Shmuel Silinsky received his BS from Cornell with a major in Communication Arts and a minor in Archeology and did post graduate work at UCLA in the field of Desert Plants and Natural History. Prior to moving to Israel, he worked in the field of Urban Ecology including several years as a landscape designer in Beverly Hills. Rabbi Silinsky received his rabbinical ordination from Aish HaTorah and the Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem.

Rabbi Ken Spiro graduated from Vassar College with a BA in Russian language and Literature and did post-graduate studies at the Pushkin Institute in Moscow. He holds a Masters degree in history from the Vermont College of Norwich University and Rabbinical Ordination from Aish HaTorah in Jerusalem and the Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem. A dynamic speaker, he lectures throughout the world on Jewish history and values. Rabbi Spiro is the author of the recently released book, WorldPerfect, based on Aish Hatorah's popular seminar which he originated.

Meira Svirsky received her BA Degree in Philosophy from the University of Michigan and her Masters Degree in Philosophy from the University of Texas at Austin. After a successful career journalism in the area of print media, Mrs. Svirsky came to Israel in 1984 where she graduated from Aish HaTorah's EYAHT Jewish Studies program. Currently, she is a noted lecturer, teacher, writer and editor.

Rabbi Moshe Zeldman has a degree from the University of Toronto in Math and Artificial Intelligence. In addition to being a lecturer in the Aish Yeshiva, Discovery Seminar and the Executive Learning Center, he is involved in ongoing codes research and works with leading code researchers worldwide. He received his rabbinical ordination from Aish HaTorah and the Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem.