Einhorn, Chaplain Ari (AJRCA 2022)

Ari Einhorn received her BA with honors with a double major in Philosophy and Relgious Studies from Flagler College in St/ Augustine, Florida. She also holds a graduate Certificate in Theological Studies from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California.  Ari graduated Magna Cum Laude in 20013 with a Master of Library and Information Science from San Joe State University in San Jose, California.

Kinsey, Chaplain Adam (AJRCA 2021)

Adam Kinsey received his equivalency certificate and dropped out of high school in 1982.  After being a restaurant worker, musician, political activist and writer, he attended New College of California, studying with Maria Espinosa, David Meltzer and others. Adam received his bachelor of Arts degree in Humanities (creative Writing emphasis). 

Weintraub, Chaplain Judy (AJRCA 2020)

Judy received her BS in Psychology from UCLA, followed by a Master’s from USC in Special Education, with honors.  She worked as an early intervention specialist at USC’s John Tracy Clinic, serving hearing-impaired infants, toddlers, preschoolers and their parents.  She also served as an adjunct associate professor at USC’s Graduate Program in Special Education. 

Perry, Chaplain Ian (AJRCA 2020)

Ian Perry graduated from the College of Creative Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara with a BA in Literature, emphasis in Creative Writing.  As an undergraduate, his poetry was published in the student publication Into The Teeth of The Wind.

Kuperstock, Chaplain Dina Batsheva (AJRCA 2019)

Chaplain Dina Kuperstock graduated with honors from the University of Michigan with a BA in American Culture, and minors in Film/Media  and Anthropology.  Prior to pursuing chaplaincy, Dina was an agent  in the Media Finance Department at Creative Artists Agency, one of the world’s largest entertainment agencies. She managed the company’s film sales business, licensing…

Yudell, Chaplain Meagan Leigh (AJRCA 2018)

Meagan Leigh Yudell knew at a very young  age that  she  wanted  to serve  those  in need  of emotional  and spiritual  support.   It was the  diagnosis at age fifteen with a rare  congenital brain disease -Arnold Chiari Malformation 1 – that  helped  bring Meagan’s  life mission into clear focus.  During subsequent years of treatment, Meagan realized that  her life’s work would be to become a hospital  Chaplain.

Schwarz, Chaplain Mitzi (AJRCA 2017)

During the past two years she was a High Holy Days Cantorial Soloist/Shlichat Tziburah at Congregation Am Ha Yam in Ventura. In 2014, Mitzi released her first CD, entitled “Remember Who You Are: Songs of the Spirit”. Upon graduation, Mitzi Schwarz will continue to work for Skirball Hospice as a Chaplain/Spiritual Counselor.

Upon graduation, Mitzi Schwarz will continue to work for Skirball Hospice as a Chaplain/Spiritual Counselor.