A religious education innovator, Rabbi Daniel L. Lehmann is president and professor of pluralism and Jewish education at Hebrew College. He is also Chair of the Board at the Boston Theological Institute. Daniel earned rabbinical ordination from the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary of Yeshiva University, and an undergraduate degree in philosophy and Talmud from Yeshiva College. Prior to Hebrew College, Daniel was founding headmaster of Gann Academy and founding director of The Berkshire Institute for Music and Arts. He led educator training programs at Jerusalem’s Shalom Hartman Institute. A frequent lecturer, Daniel has published articles and contributed to books on religious education and interfaith learning.