Rabbi Shloime Adler was born in Montreal and raised in Toronto Canada. He completed his rabbinic ordination at the Rabbinical Yeshivah in Manalapan NJ. For nearly 10 years, Rabbi Adler has been educating middle schoolers and teens as the Youth Director at Chabad of Northern Virginia. At the 2014 CTeen Choice Awards, Rabbi Adler was voted in as CTeen Director of the Year.
CTeen Metro Detroit, MI
Rabbi Yarden Blumstein
Rabbi Yarden Blumstein is the Teen Director at The Friendship Circle of Michigan. Rabbi Blumstein oversees several hundred teen volunteers as well as UMatter - a teen mental health initiative focused on starting a conversation of inherent value, resilience and solution. Blumstein has trained over 1000 people in the metro Detroit area in recognizing signs of at-risk behavior and appropriate response via the Safetalk model. Blumstein also launched a UMatter week which is currently being run in 13 high schools with both colleges and middle schools reaching out to get involved.
Phone: (248) 788-7878 Ext. 208
CTeen Milwaukee, WI
Rabbi Avremi Schapiro
Rabbi Avremi Schapiro received his rabbinic ordination at the Rabbinical College of America. For over a decade, Rabbi Schapiro has been the driving force in the growth of Chabad Lubavitch of Wisconsin’s robust youth programs. He is the director of Camp Gan IsraelMilwaukee, Milwaukee Community Hebrew School, CTeen of Bayside and the Mitzvah Corps.
Phone: (414) 861-4626
CTeen Madison, WI
Rabbi Avremel Matusof
A Madison native, Rabbi Avremel Matusof received his rabbinic ordination at the Rabbinic Talmudic College in NYC. Rabbi Avremel has traveled extensively to bring hope and direction to smaller communities, including: Namibia, Ghana, China, Dominica, and Kauai, Hawaii. In the summer of 2011, he returned to Madison to serve the growing professional and teen population of the area.
Phone: (608) 535-9770
CTeen of North Fulton, Cobb, GA
Rabbi Gedalya Hertz
Rabbi Gedalya Hertz was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. He received his rabbinical ordination at the Rabbinical College of America, and soon began directing youth programs for high school students in Brooklyn. Rabbi Hertz is now the youth and teen director at Chabad of North Fulton and East Cobb, opening up many new opportunities for middle and high school students.