Rebbetzin Judi Steinig works with communities throughout North America providing resources for communal growth as well as coordinating programming for various demographics. She has lectured in many venues on topics concerning women, family, parenting, and singles issues. She was Director of Programming for National Council of Young Israel prior to joining the OU and is an Instructor (Adjunct Professor) for Bellevue University. She graduated from Douglass College, Rutgers University with a BA in Mathematics. She earned an MA in Leadership from Bellevue University and certificates in Non-for-Profit Management from Touro College, Desktop Publishing from Queens College and Life Coaching from Bellevue University. She and her husband, Rabbi Sholom Steinig, of the Young Israel of Bayside, have four children and four grandchildren.
Rabbi Daniel Z. Feldman is a Rosh Yeshiva at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary at Yeshiva University, as well as an instructor in the Sy Syms School of Business and the Wurzweiler School of Social Work, and serves as the Executive Editor of the RIETS initiative of YU Press. He is an alumnus of Yeshivat Kerem B’Yavneh and received his ordination (Yoreh Yoreh and Yadin Yadin) from the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, where he was a fellow of the Bella and Harry Wexner Kollel Elyon.
Rabbi Feldman is the author of “The Right and The Good: Halakhah and Human Relations” (Jason Aronson, 1999; expanded edition, Yashar Books, 2005); “Divine Footsteps: Chesed and the Jewish Soul” (Yeshiva University Press, 2008); “False Facts and True Rumors: Lashon Hara in Contemporary Culture” (YU Press/Maggid Books, 2016); as well as three volumes of Talmudic essays entitled Binah BaSefarim, which have been published with the approbations of R. Avraham Schapira, R. Ovadiah Yosef, R. Natan Gestetner, R. Zalman Nechemiah Goldberg, R. Asher Weiss and others.
Rabbi Feldman is the co-editor of more than ten volumes of Talmudic essays and Jewish Thought, serves on the editorial board of Tradition, and has also written for publications such as Jewish Action, The Orthodox Forum, and the Oxford Handbook of Judaism and Economics. He is a frequent lecturer in locations across America and abroad.
Rabbi Feldman is the spiritual leader of Ohr Saadya of Teaneck, NJ, where he resides with his wife, Leah, and their children.