Rabbi Aaron Sataloff holds a Master of Arts in Jewish nonprofit management from the Zelikow School of Jewish Nonprofit, a Master of Arts in Hebrew Letters from HUC-JIR, and a Bachelor of Arts in Judaic Studies from University of Oregon. Rabbi Sataloff was ordained in 2017 from HUC-JIR, Los Angeles and upon ordination, he served as the spiritual leader at Temple Beth Israel in Macon, Georgia, from 2017 to 2020. Then in July 2020, Rabbi Sataloff began the next chapter of his rabbinate by joining the Congregation Beth Israel clergy team as the Assistant Rabbi.
Many people know Rabbi Sataloff through his blog, rabbiaaron.com. His imagination is endless, his gift for writing is visible, and he continuously encourages deep conversations. Rabbi Sataloff loves the Jewish people, learning about others, making connections, and embracing spirituality. He also has a special place in his heart for community, music, Israel, Hebrew, social justice, summer camp, his dog, Charlie, and of course, black coffee.