Rabbi Deborah Reichmann serves the Washington DC metro area where she officiates life-cycle events for Jewish and interfaith families. She was ordained from the Jewish Spiritual Leaders Institute in 2012 and is a member in good standing of the International Federation of Rabbis.
She has received her Juris Doctor and Master of Liberal Arts from Georgetown University, and also has a MPH from Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health. Her previous work experience includes seven years as staff member of the Campus Ministry Department at Georgetown University where she implemented religious programming for the Jewish community, as well as interfaith programming for all students.
Before that, she spent a decade as a health policy attorney. In this capacity, Rabbi Reichmann worked as in-house counsel at industry associations with a focus on advocacy and analysis of healthcare legislation and regulations on local, state and federal levels. As such, her primary focus was on public programs, specifically Medicare.
Here’s a link to a widely published Op-Ed by Rabbi Reichmann, entitled “Jewish Denominationalism- On the Rise or in Decline.”
Website: Rabbi Deborah Reichmann