Rabbi Amy Bardack, director of Jewish life and learning at the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh, has been appointed to serve a two-year term on the executive council of the Rabbinical Assembly, the international association of Conservative rabbis.
The RA, founded in 1901, helps shape the ideology, programs and practices of the Conservative movement.
Bardack will be installed March 23 at the American Jewish University in Los Angeles.
Bardack, who received rabbinical ordination for the Jewish Theological Seminary, came to Pittsburgh’s Federation in July 2016 after serving as the Judaic studies director at the Solomon Schechter Day School of Greater Boston. pjc