Yehuda Goldberg is deeply engrossed in the Torah world and high-tech sector, specializing in media start-ups. Yehuda made Aliyah from Passaic New Jersey and served in Nachal 931 as
Rabbi Jonathan Feldman PhD is the Director of Tribe Tel Aviv. He was Associate and East Side Director of the Manhattan Jewish Experience in New York for over seventeen years
an IDF infantry soldier. Upon release, Yehuda quickly found his place in Tel Aviv, the Jewish start-up capital of the world. Climbing the ranks to positions such as Senior Marketing Manager at Matomy Media and Director of Marketing at start-up Adorika Media where he managed their seats on the largest ad exchanges in the world. Most recently, Yehuda founded Torah Tech Tel Aviv gap year program and PPI Media, where he executes big budget campaigns for notable brands such as Microsoft, Cisco, Verizon, and Toyota. Yehuda lives in Tel Aviv with his wife Riki and their four amazing children.
Rabbi Shlomo Chayen attended the hesder Yeshivat Ma’alot in northern Israel under Rabbi Weitzman. During his IDF service, Shlomo became a commander in the Paratroopers Unit, and went on to create a new unit in the reserves called Yassar, which is unique in that its mission is to enter enemy territory to retrieve casualties and their body parts. Shlomo went on to study nonprofit management, as well as both life and couples coaching. Shlomo is the Educational Diretor of the Am Yisrael Foundation & Rosh Beit Midrash of Torah Tech gap year program in Tel Aviv. He is a cool wedding rabbi, has a black belt in Krav Maga, plays guitar, sings, often plays basketball, and is a trained and active volunteer United Hatzalah first responder emergency medic in Tel Aviv.
working with Jewish young professionals living on the New York City Upper East Side of Manhattan. Rabbi Jonathan grew up on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, and then after graduating from Cornell University he received his Rabbinic ordination from Yeshiva University and his PhD in Jewish Studies from New York University. With his wife Shifra and two of their children they acted on their life long dream to make Aliyah in 2018 and have not looked back since. They enjoy running marathons and working on their Hebrew, exploring the more remote parts of the Land of Israel and learning to become local native Sabras.
Shanna Fuld is Tribe Tel Aviv's program coordinator. She is also a writer/reporter/ TV news producer. Shanna was born in Queens, New York, and worked at NY1 News in Manhattan until she moved to Israel in September of 2018. After working in general news, reporting on NYC politics and other issues plaguing her beloved city, Shanna took a job as a reporter (print & on-camera) covering Middle East news, politics and culture. Outside of traditional reporting, Shanna loves to capture the essence of human passion. She often freelances, writing reviews of art and theater. She cooks and likes to write poems about food as well as write rhymes about people she meets. Whether it's in the written word, spoken verse or framed in video -- expect to get the story.
Jay Shultz is the President of the Am Yisrael Foundation and self-proclaimed “Struggling Philanthropist”, founding multiple non-profit organizations in both the US and Israel. Jay was raised in Fair Lawn, NJ, graduated from Rutgers University with a B.A. in art history, focusing on archaeology, which was supplemented at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. During school, Jay spent time at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Israeli Antiquities Authority, and Albright Institute of Archaeology, including a summer volunteering on Tel Nof Airforce Base with the IDF. Upon graduation, Jay entered Fordham University School of Law, graduating as the President of the Student Body. After obtaining his J.D. and New York State Bar admittance, he worked in entertainment and intellectual property litigation. In addition to his involvement with multiple ventures in the fields of healthcare and real estate, Jay is a member of board of The American Zionist Movement, a representative for the World Jewish Congress on Jewish-Christian relations and at the Muslim-Jewish Conference, a diplomat for the Jewish Diplomatic Corps, a Nexus global member, a Nahum Goldmann Fellow, a member of the ROI Community, Fellow of the Tikvah Advanced Institute, and recipient of the WeWork Creator Award. Jay moved up to Israel in 2006 from New York City and currently resides in Tel Aviv with his wife Rachelle and son, Wolf. He plays piano and is an avid collector of art, antiques, Judaica, and antiquities.