Rabbi Jonina Pritzker RabbiPritzker@mishkantefila.orgRabbi Jonina Pritzker has been spiritual leader at Congregation Mishkan Tefila since 2001.Prior to that she served for ten years as Rabbi of Temple Beth Torah in Holliston, MA. Rabbi Pritzker is a 1990 graduate of the Jewish Theological Seminary where she was in the first class of women accepted to, and ordained by, the Seminary.As a rabbinical student she served as Rabbi at synagogues in Arizona and New York, Hospital Chaplain at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and Intern at the National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership (CLAL).Rabbi Pritzker has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Hebraica and Judaica from the University of Pennsylvania.She
also spent two years of college and graduate level study in the State of Israel.For several summers, Rabbi Pritzker served as Division Head and Head Counselor, respectively, at Camps Ramah and Yavneh.
From St. Louis, Rabbi Pritzker
grew up in a rabbinic family.She
is the daughter of Benson Skoff, Rabbi Emeritus of Brith Shalom Kneseth Israel
and her brother Joshua graduated together from the Seminary as the first brother/sister rabbinic ordination in school history.