Core Semikha, Class of 2022
Phoebe Ana Rabinowitsch grew up in South Florida and earned a B.A. in Religion and Anthropology from American University (Washington, DC). Phoebe Ana has completed various internships including placements with a national voter registration campaign, with Hillel International, and served as Multifaith Intern with New Sanctuary Coalition through Truah's Rabbinical Student Fellowship. Phoebe Ana studied at Hebrew University of Jerusalem and at Middlebury College Language Schools. She has studied Torah at Drisha, Hadar and Pardes, where she was involved in organizing a weekly partnership minyan. She has experience teaching English as a Second Language to adult learners and Hebrew and Judaic studies at various religious schools in New York City. Phoebe Ana is an active participant in a monthly women’s Rosh Chodesh group that brings together text to discuss health and wellness and the relationship to being a Jewish woman today. Phoebe Ana is committed to exploring how beliefs and practices can help create a supportive and nourishing environment and is interested in further exploring the field of chaplaincy and pastoral education. She is a chaplain intern at New York-Presbyterian Hospital and lives in Washington Heights, New York.