Oshrat Morag was born and raised in Haifa, Israel. She was ordained as a rabbi from Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion’s (HUC JIR) Jerusalem campus. She also graduated cum laude from the Jewish Theology Seminary (Schechter Institute) in Jerusalem with an M.A. in biblical and gender studies. Currently, Oshrat is a doctoral candidate in the field of feminist theology at HUC-JIR’s Cincinnati campus. She has written articles, modern midrashim, poems, prayers and lifecycle ceremonies that have been published in books and journals in Israel and the United States. Oshrat is married to Claudio and together they happily raise their two boys and baby girl. They are currently living in Buenos Aires, Argentina, because of Claudio’s position as a Jewish Agency representative. As a feminist rabbi and researcher, Oshrat strives for her work to generate social and religious change regarding the status of women in Israel. Oshrat’s research focuses on Israeli feminist theology as reflected in liturgy composed and practiced by Israeli women. Using women’s liturgy as data for theology has a few important purposes: introducing and integrating new data into the male academic world, giving voice to Israeli women and listening to those voices. Oshrat is dedicated to giving women a voice and listening to them, especially in light of recent occurrences in Israel where women have been silenced. As a rabbi, Oshrat organizes women’s groups where they are empowered through feminist study of Jewish texts and the celebration of lifecycle events and Jewish ceremonies.