Scott Perlo left the waves of his beloved Pacific Ocean to be the associate director of Jewish programming at Sixth & I Historic Synagogue, wherehe spends his days reaching out to the young professional Jews and the “Jewish adjacent” population of Washington D.C . Scott was the first rabbi of the Professional Leaders Project and Moishe House, a founder of the Ma'or Beit Midrash and CreateHavdallah, rabbi of Adat Shalom in West L.A., and rabbinic intern at IKAR and Beit Warszawa in Warsaw, Poland.
He received his undergraduate degree from University of Pennsylvania and his ordination from the Ziegler School at the American Jewish University in 2008. Scott writes regularly for Huffington Post, Sixth and I’s blog, Kosher Salt, and has been published in the Washington Post.
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