Rabbi Shoshana Meira Friedman
Rabbi Shoshana Meira Friedman received ordination from Hebrew College Rabbinical School in 2014. She serves as the Assistant Rabbi at Temple Sinai of Brookline, MA, where her mission is to help congregants meaningfully connect to each other, the Temple, and their Judaism. In addition to her work leading worship, teaching, and building relationships, she is the primary clergy member for Tzedek@Sinai, the community's social justice arm, and directs teen programming. Rabbi Shoshana is an activist and musician. She serves on the leadership team of the Mass Interfaith Coalition for Climate Action (MAICCA) and recently started ClergyClimateAction.org, a website to organize religious leaders to do visionary, prayerful nonviolent civil disobedience for climate justice. More information about her work, writing, and music can be found at www.rabbishoshana.com.