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Rabbi Jason Rosner, Senior Rabbi and Executive Director

Rabbi Rosner joined the TBI staff in May 2019. He has served in congregations, as a hospice chaplain, and has a background in pulpit work and fundraising. He considers himself a "proud millennial". In addition to rabbinic work, he enjoys teaching about Jewish history, specializing in historical context and making the culture and religion approachable without sacrificing depth.

Rabbi Rosner is a board member of the Sandra Caplan Community Beit Din and a board member of the Pacific Association of Reform Rabbis. He is a member of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, the National Association of Temple Administrators, and the Pacific Association of Temple Administrators.

Rabbi Rosner was ordained by Hebrew Union College - JIR in Los Angeles, from which he also holds an M.A.H.L. He was granted an M.Litt. in Medieval History from the University of St. Andrews, a B.A. from C.S.U.L.B, and has additionally studied at the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies, the Conservative Yeshiva, and Uppsala Universitet. Rabbi Rosner served as a Chaplain Candidate and 2Lt. in the United States Air Force Reserves from 2010 to 2015.

What else does he like to do? He is dedicated to the pleasures of picnicking, pickling, and cooking. He loves hammocks, cats and the blend of people who make up the rich tapestry of Southern California life.  Rabbi Rosner is married to Rebbitzin Noémie Taylor-Rosner.



Cantor Ken Rothstein

Cantor Rothstein has been an indispensable part of our community since 1988. There's a special, serene feeling here, especially on Shabbat, owing to Cantor Ken- as our members know him. He enjoys leading services on our historic building whether on a school day, Friday night, Shabbat morning or for special holiday programming throughout the year.


Rabbi Daniel Chorny - Rabbi Educator

Rabbi Chorny has served as educator, mentor, and rabbi for religious schools and synagogues from San Diego to San Luis Obispo. He also works with Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice (CLUE) and other partners to improve the lives of working Angelenos all across the racial, economic, accessibility and gender spectrum.

Rabbi Daniel Chorny is married to Rabbi-Cantor Hillary Chorny of Temple Beth Am, and they have two young children: Ella and Yossi.

When asked where he is from, Rabbi Chorny likes to say he comes from “The Americas”, as his childhood was spent in various cities along the East Coast and Bogotá, Colombia. Before moving to the West Coast seven years ago, he completed his rabbinic studies and an MA in Talmud and Rabbinics at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York.


(Pictured: Rabbi Daniel Chorny, Rabbi Cantor Hillary Chorny, and Ella - photo credit Kerry Thorne)

Whitney Levine - Office Manager

Whitney was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley. She attended USC where she was an active member of her college radio station, a head booker for the feminist music festival "FemFest," and a student worker at USC Hillel. She graduated in 2019 with her B.A. in Narrative Studies and M.A. in Literary Editing and Publishing.

Having formerly worked in the music industry, Whitney enjoys going to concerts, collecting vinyl, and learning about new musicians and bands. She also enjoys (in no particular order) spending time with her friends and family, playing with her cat, trying new restaurants, cooking (or at least trying), sewing, writing, photography, and going to museums. Her dream is to one day live in Paris. 

Sun, April 2 2023 11 Nisan 5783