Rabbi Sholom Dovber Lipskar
D. Div., Kolel Avreichim—Rabbinics
The President is the Chief Executive Officer of the College.
He is charged with the overall vision of the institution, as
well as the implementation of that vision. more
Rabbi Dov Schochet
Rosh Yeshiva, B.H.L. Program, Placement and Admissions Director
Smicha Kollel Tiferes Menachem California, Rabbinics
The Rosh Yeshiva directs the B.H.L./ YorehYoreh smicha program
of the College. He is charged with developing and implementing
the program, its policies and its curriculum, as well as for
the academic and personal growth of its students.
Professor Nathan Katz
Consulting Academic Dean
Ph.D., Temple University—Religion
The Academic Dean is the College's Chief Academic Officer,
charged with the development and implementation of all policies
regarding faculty, staff, and students. He is also responsible
for the College's compliance with State of Florida regulations,
its licensure and eventual accreditation, as well as for its
relations with other academic, regulatory and religious institutions. more >>
Chief Financial Officer
The Chief Financial Officer is responsible for maintaining
records and overseeing the financial operations of the College.
Ms. Lydia Hasson
The administrative officer runs the administrative process and provides administrative support to the dean.
The President, Rosh Yeshiva, Academic Dean, and Chief
Financial Officer comprise the Executive Committee, charged
with the day-to-day operations of CYS College of Jewish Studies.
Rabbi Shea Rubenstein
Smicha, Yeshiva Gedola of Sydney—Rabbinics
Rabbi Rubenstein is a teacher of Bible studies and Jewish philosophy. His classes are offered in English and Spanish. more
Board of Trustees
The members of the Board of Trustees (BOT) are: Rabbi
Sholom Dovber Lipskar, Dr. Nathan Katz and Mr. Jacob Dreyfuss
Members of the BOT are appointed by the Executive Committee
for two year terms.
The BOT oversees the academic, administrative and financial
operations of CYS College of Jewish Studies.
The BOT will meet periodically, but not less frequently
than twice a year, to establish, approve or reject, and regularly
review all policies governing CYS College of Jewish Studies.