Rabbi Roy Feldman currently serves as Rabbi of Congregation Beth Abraham-Jacob in Albany, New York. Prior to that, he was Assistant Rabbi at Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun in New York City and taught Judaic studies at the Ramaz Upper School. He completed his undergraduate studies in Linguistics and History at Columbia University, was ordained at RIETS, and received an MA in Jewish Philosophy from the Bernard Revel Graduate School. Rabbi Feldman believes that a rabbi’s primary role in the twenty-first century is to articulate, embody, and exemplify the reasons why traditional Judaism remains relevant today.
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