Meeting 04/07/14 – Rabbi Judy Schlinder discusses the Holocaust
Posted By Mark Lohsen
A very special presentation today, on the anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto upraising in World Word Two, discussed the Holocaust.
Rabbi Judith Schindler came to Temple Beth El as an Associate Rabbi in 1998 and was named Senior Rabbi in 2003. Prior to coming to Charlotte, she was an Associate Rabbi at Westchester Reform Temple in Scarsdale, New York. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Tufts University in 1988 (magna cum laude), her Master’s from the Hebrew Union College in Los Angeles in 1993, and was ordained at the Hebrew Union College in New York in 1995. Rabbi Schindler has done additional coursework at York University in England, Tel Aviv University, Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and the Jerusalem campus of the Hebrew Union College.
Rabbi Schindler was named Charlotte Woman of the Year in 2011. She was named Charlotte Jewish Woman of Strength in 2004, was a recipient of the 2008 Humanitarian Award from the Charlotte Coalition for Social Justice, the 2008 Mecklenburg Ministries Interfaith Clergy Award the 2008 Charlotte Business Guild Don King Community Service “Bridge Builder” Award, and was selected as one of Charlotte’s USA 20: Celebrating Dynamic Women in 2010.