Rav Shaul Feldman

Rabbi Shaul Feldman currently serves as the Executive Director of Bnei Akiva of the US and Canada. He received smicha from the Chief Rabbinate of Israel and a law degree from Bar Ilan Law School. As first-generation Israeli, Rabbi Feldman was born to parents who made Aliyah from Chicago, whose inspiration to take the leap was from their days at the original Moshava Rolling Prairie (now known as Moshava Wild Rose).

After serving as a paratrooper in the IDF as part of his Hesder in Yeshivat Kerem B’Yavneh, Rabbi Feldman spent a year in Memphis, TN part of the first Torah Mi’Zion Kollel in North America. After law school, he spent 4 years on shlichut living in Teaneck as the Rav Shaliach of Bnei Akiva of the US & Canada. During this time, he also taught at Stern College and the Torah Mi’Zion Kollel in NYC and later served as a RA’M in Yeshivat Kerem B’Yavneh. In his role as executive director, Rabbi Feldman founded the Moshava Ba’ir day camp network which has grown to 7 day camps serving over 3,000 campers in several states and in Canada. Rabbi Feldman is also the founder of Yeshivat and Midreshet Torah V’Avodah, an innovative post-high school year in Israel.

Rabbi Feldman is a highly admired Rav both in Israel and North America who combines a wide depth of Torah knowledge, alongside a deep connection to the land and people of Israel. He currently resides in Ramat Beit Shemesh with his wife Libby and 5 children.