Rabbanit Tali Schaum Broder

Core Semikha, Class of 2019

Schaum Broder

Rabbanit Tali Schaum Broder dreamt of the rabbinate as a child growing up in the HIR- the Bayit. After gap-year study in Israel, Tali made aliyah and earned degrees in Educational Counseling and Tanakh from Bar Ilan University. She studied for two years at the Women’s Beit Midrash in Migdal Oz. Tali tutored at-risk youth in Jerusalem and was a guide at the Herzl Museum. She received certification in couples’ counseling and teaching Hilkhot Niddah. Tali returned to Riverdale to study at Maharat. She served as a chaplain intern at Columbia and Weil-Cornell, and rabbinic intern at The National Synagogue and the Bayit. Tali also served for two years as a Chaplain resident in NYP - Columbia University Irving Medical Center, working in the Medical ICU, and oncology units, during the height of the COVID 19 pandemic. She was honored by the Hebrew Free Burial Association with the "'Oskim B'tzibbur" award. Tali moved back to Israel with her family, with dreams of improving the spiritual care world in Israel. She lives in Tzur Hadassah with her husband Yechiel, and their daughters Ayala and Lilach.

publications and media

Title
Type
Category
Topic
Year
#maharat10daysoftorah Purim 2022, Day 10
Dvar Torah; Multimedia
Holidays; Video Divrei Torah
Purim; #maharat10daysoftorah
2022/5782
Creating A Space For Revelation
Dvar Torah
Shemot
Terumah
2018/5778

mentions

Title
Publication
Published
2021 Hebrew Free Burial Association Riverdale Community Event
Hebrew Free Burial Association
April 25, 2021

books