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Debbie Pine

Executive Director

Hopkins Hillel

HQ Phone:  (410) 516-0333

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Hopkins Hillel

3109 N. Charles Street

Baltimore, Maryland,21218

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Rabbi

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation


Tulane University


Campus Rabbi, Rabbi

The United Jewish Communities Inc


Rabbi

Rodeph Shalom


Associate Rabbi

Rodef Shalom Congregation


Affiliations

Baltimore Board of Rabbis

Member


Israel

Fellow


Education

Oberlin College


double Master's degree

Social Work

University of Southern California


Web References(59 Total References)


Staff | Hopkins Hillel

hopkinshillel.org [cached]

Rabbi Debbie Pine, Executive Director
Rabbi Pine became the Executive Director of Hopkins Hillel in 2009 and she previously served as the Executive Director of New Orleans Hillel from 2006 to 2008. Debbie's favorite part of Hillel is the amazing staff and the thoughtful, committed students at Hopkins. Before Hillel, Debbie was an Associate Rabbi at Rodef Shalom Congregation in Pittsburgh from 1992 to 1999, and she developed programs for youth, families, and women. From 1999 to 2005, she was the Rabbi/Educator at Congregation Rodeph Shalom in Philadelphia. Debbie has served as staff and faculty at several of the Reform Jewish movement's camps. She has served on numerous local and national committees and boards, and has taught on the college level. Debbie was ordained from the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati in 1992. She graduated from Oberlin College in 1987, majoring in Sociology and Anthropology.


www.jhunewsletter.com

In response to "End Israeli Apartheid," Rabbi Debbie Pine, executive director of Hopkins Hillel, called on the University to put guidelines in place regarding content that can be painted on the statue.
"Israel is complex and important to Jews and to me, and I found the statement to be inflammatory and to shut down dialogue," Pine said. "I've actually found the administration to be amazing and feel that they really understand civil discourse and pluralism, and I've often turned to Dean [of Student Life Terry] Martinez, [Vice Provost for Student Affairs] Kevin Shollenberger, [University Provost] Robert C. Lieberman, and [University] President [Ronald J.] Daniels for insight and guidance on how to navigate these sensitive conversations." Pine also said that many Jewish students told her that they found the anti-Israel message to be offensive.


www.jhunewsletter.com

Executive Director of Hillel Rabbi Debbie Pine reflected on Reichner's activity at Hillel.
Pine added that Reichner met her academic challenges with an optimistic attitude.


www.hillel.org

Marshall lives in Providence with his wife, Deborah, and their three children, who firmly believe that the foosball table is the greatest thing about the Glenn and Darcy Weiner Center.
Rabbi Debbie Pine Rabbi Debbie Pine has been the Executive Director of Johns Hopkins University Hillel since 2009. In 2006, Debbie joined Hillel as the Executive Director of New Orleans Hillel after serving as the Rabbi and Educator at Congregation Rodef Shalom in Philadelphia. Recently, Debbie has served as faculty at Goldman Union Camp, URJ Camp Harlam, and URJ Jacobs Camp.


www.jhunewsletter.com

"J Street is an organization that believes strongly in the democratic future of the State of Israel," Rabbi Debbie Pine, executive director of Hopkins Hillel, said.


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