Rabbi Anna Levin Rosen, UChicago
Anna Levin Rosen serves as the Rabbi and Executive Director at UChicago Hillel. Having served UChicago Hillel for nine years, Anna’s work is part of the fabric of the University. With a passion for Jewish life and social justice, Anna has served as a guest educator for a spectrum of organizations in Chicago including Mishkan, Anshe Emet, Spertus and Interfaith Family. Committed to social justice, Anna served as a community organizer with JCRC in Boston and Fairmount Temple in Cleveland. Anna has a Rabbinical Degree from Hebrew Union College- Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati, where she earned Masters degrees in Hebrew Letters and Educational Administration. She was the recipient of a Dean’s research grant for her thesis project entitled: Thinking Outside the Tzedakah Box. She received her BA from University of Virginia in Religious Studies, Anthropology and Jewish Studies. Anna enjoys travel and spent two years living abroad in Israel. Currently Anna loves exploring Chicago with her husband Tal and her children Joshua, Eliezra, and Amiel.