Professional Associations

National Association of Social Workers,

Member since 2009

Jewish Communal Service Association of North America,

Member since 2009


I am a project manager and  informal educator with experience in the areas of staff training, program writing, and event planning. I currently run two major conferences a year that bring together high school students from across North America for a weekend of leadership training. I enjoy reading and writing, and am attached to both of my Macs at the hip. I live with my beautiful wife Adina in New York City. Feel free to contact me at: steinberg.aaron (at)

Work History

Work History
Aug 2008 - Present

Chairman of the Board

Bnei Akiva of New York, Inc.

Bnei Akiva is world-wide Zionist youth movement. I have been involved with this organization for a number of years, and am currently helping the Regional NY Board grow stronger in my role as Chairman of the Board.

Jun 2006 - Present

Director, Eimatai Leadership Development Project

Center for the Jewish Future, Yeshiva University

The Eimatai Leadership Development Project works with Jewish high school students from across North America to help them become leaders. By opening the students' minds, empowering them with skills, and encouraging them to take action, Eimatai participants take the first steps in becoming the future leaders of their communities.

Jun 2004 - Aug 2006

Division Head

Camp Moshava IO

For two summers, I managed a staff of 20 college students, supervised a program for over 100 adolescents, created educational programs and materials, conducted training sessions for the staff.

Feb 2005 - Jun 2006

Regional Director

Bnei Akiva of New York, Inc

Managed 40 personnel in the largest US region of a worldwide Zionist Youth Movement. Promoted new educational programs, initiated fund-raising campaigns, and rallied New York’s youth behind the importance of Israel. Created the first of what has become annual Habit for Humanity Winter Break Service Learning Missions. 20 college students traveled to Georgia (now they go to South Carolina) for a week of hands-on volunteering, interaction with community members, and collaborative learning.





Moshe Bellows