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Professional Staff

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 Dr. Ralph S. Taber 

Associate Dean of the College and Director of the Klehr Center for Jewish Life and  Adviser to Hillel   

Office: Klehr Center for Jewish Life  
Phone: 717-291-4341  

Dr. Taber is honored to have been selected to be the first Director of the  Klehr     Center for Jewish Life. He enjoys his work advising Hillel, assisting Judaic  Studies with programming efforts, and supporting the College in their student  recruitment, alumni outreach, and development efforts. He has served as the part-time adviser to Hillel since 1991 and is delighted to be able to devote the majority of his time and attention to working with Hillel and its wonderful students.

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Rebecca Weintraub

Engagement/ Jewish Life Coordinator

Office: Klehr Center for Jewish Life  
Phone: 717-291-4268  

I am very excited to join the F&M Hillel team as the Engagement/ Jewish Life Coordinator.  As a recent Franklin & Marshall student, class of 2013, I spent much of my time at the Klehr Center for Jewish Life, enjoying all that Hillel has to offer.  Aside from Hillel, I was very active in the F&M community both as a student in the Sociology and Women’s and Gender Studies departments and a student leader.  I love talking about my time at Franklin & Marshall, and am open to any and all questions!  As far as my role at Hillel goes, I have the pleasure of working closely with our students, and plan and recruit for our Alternative Spring Break programs and Birthright trips.  

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Sharon LeFever

Assistant to the Director of the Klehr Center for Jewish Life
Office: Klehr Center for Jewish Life
Phone: 717-291-4390

After working more than a decade with Dean Taber, I have the pleasure of continuing with him in his position as the Director of the Klehr Center for Jewish Life. I enjoy working with a very enthusiastic group of students and to a year full of opportunities and growth for both them and the Klehr Center.

I chose to live in a rural area so that I could have flowers, a big garden and most of all, my 5 sheep, many ducks, chickens, and assorted adopted animals.