Born in Argentina. At the University in Buenos Aries, he earned a B.A. and an
M.A. in Architecture and Urban Design. At the same time, he studied at the Seminario Rabínico Latinoamericano.
After he made Aliyah in 1992 he worked as an architect for Lavie-Pheifer until 2011. In the meantime, he went back
to his rabbinical studies at the Schechter Institute and was ordained as Rabbi in 2012. During the years from 1994 –
2011 he worked in both his professions and was acting Rabbi at Kehilat Amitai in Raanana. In 2012, after completing
his rabbinical studies he became a full rabbi at the newly merged Kehillah Masorti Raanana-Amitai.
- Aliyah Experiences
- An Argentinian in the Middle East
- The Privilege of belonging The Masorti Movement in Israel
Languages: Hebrew & Spanish
Webinar or Visit? Both
Cost: Travel Expenses.