Rabbi Meir Goldstein attended the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies at the American Jewish University where he earned an MA in Rabbinic letters in 2003 and Rabbinic Ordination in 2006. He has led congregations and been on the leadership team at a Jewish day school. Rabbi Meir’s passion for learning, community building and justice have led him out into the streets to do outreach with homeless youth and to help start an inter-faith clergy group working to combat domestic violence. He brings experience as religious program director at the Arizona State Hillel. Rabbi Meir is proud to be a fellow with Rabbis Without Borders. He believes deeply that “if you save one person, you save an entire world,” and seeks to elevate the human dignity within each of us. Rabbi Meir lives in Burlington with his wife, Laura, and their Shih Tzu, Koofi.