I am the founder and CEO of Moishe House. I began doing work in the non-profit world in high school when I started Feed the Need, a nationally recognized homeless feeding organization. While attending the University of California at Santa Barbara, I served as the Hillel Student President and later the Executive Director of the Forest Foundation.
In 2006, we established Moishe House and I became the organization's first CEO. Through my work in the Jewish community, I have been fortunate to receive the Avi Chi Fellowship, the JCSA Young Leadership Award, and the Bernard Reisman Award for Professional Excellence. In 2013, I was the recipient of UCSB Hillel's inaugural Alumni Achievement Award.
I graduated with honors from USCB with a BA in Business Economics. When I am not working, I enjoy playing basketball no wearing dress clothes. I live in Charlotte with my wife Myka and our dog Binx.