Join Women’s League for the exclusive opportunity to learn from prominent Jewish scholars. These sessions will be held via Zoom online conference calls – register for the next Study With Scholars session on September 5 here! Questions? Contact program lead Barbara Ezring at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Wednesday, September 5, at 8 p.m. Eastern time, join Rabbi Sherre Hirsch, author of Thresholds: How to Thrive Through Life’s Transitions to Live Fearlessly and Regret-Free and We Plan, God Laughs, for wisdom on how to navigate moments in life and seize new opportunities, as we enter the thresholds of the new year of 5779. Study With Scholars is a member benefit program open only to registered Women’s League members. Call-in information will be e-mailed to all who register prior to the event. Space is limited.
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She currently serves as Hillel International’s Senior Rabbinic Scholar, focused on developing a culture of wellness and spirituality on 550 campuses worldwide. She is also the Spirituality Consultant for Miraval Properties, where she organizes retreats and leads workshops focused on grief, healing and spirituality.
Hirsch launched her rabbinic career as the first female rabbi at Sinai Temple, Los Angeles’s largest and oldest conservative synagogue. During her eight-year tenure on the pulpit, she was instrumental in the founding of Friday Night Live and other nationally-recognized innovative programming.
Since then, she has published two books with Random House – We Plan, God Laughs: What to Do When Life Hits You Over the Head, an Amazon top 100 in all books, and Thresholds: How to Thrive Through Life’s Transitions to Live Fearlessly and Regret-Free – a Vanity Fair “Best Type.” She is the co-founder of NotAlone, a mobile app empowering 18-24 year-olds to connect consciously and enhance their social, emotional well-beings. Hirsch also served as the Spirituality Consultant for Canyon Ranch Properties for 15 years.
Hirsch’s modern approach to ancient Jewish wisdom and relatable framework for spirituality has made her a sought after speaker, teacher, consultant, counselor and national media contributor. She is married to Dr. Jeffrey Hirsch and resides in Los Angeles with her four children, foster son and rescued dog, Latke.